College Credit Plus (CCP)
2022-2023 ALC Presentation
College Credit Plus - Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) options can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time. Students who take CCP courses will earn transcribed college credit by taking college courses through colleges or universities. Students can take CCP courses online, on a university campus, or embedded at our high schools. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. College Credit Plus is free. That means no cost for tuition, books or fees. If you choose to attend a private college or university, you may have limited costs. Anyone intending to participate in CCP MUST return the Intent to Participate form by April 1st of the year before the course is taken. See your School Counselor for more information. You can also visit the Ohio Department of Higher Education's website for more information about CCP.
Westland High School offers the following courses through Columbus State Community College under College Credit Plus:
ENGL1100 Composition I / ENGL2367 Composition II
HIST1152 American History since 1877
CHEM1111 Elementary Chemistry
POLS1100 Intro to American Government
SPAN1101 Beginning Spanish I / SPAN1102 Beginning Spanish II
FMGT1101 Personal Finance
BMGT1008 21st Century Workplace Skills
COLS1101 College Success Skills
Accelerated Learning Center - Through the Accelerated Learning Center (ALC), college-ready SWCSD students have the opportunity to earn up to 30 credits hours towards college credit, free of cost to the student. The ALC falls under CCP legislation. Visit the SWCSD district website here for more information about the ALC. To participate in the ALC, students must return their Intent to Participate form by April 1st, complete an application by early April, and meet college readiness benchmarks based on placement testing.
CCP/ALC Required Forms:
CCP Intent to Participate Form