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About the College Credit Plus Program

Lakota is offering the College Credit Plus (CCP) program as another option for students in grades 7-12 to earn college and high school credits simultaneously.

The courses are offered through agreements with local public universities. The option is free to students, but it should be noted that it is an unfunded state mandate, in which Lakota must cover the costs.

Students may take courses during fall, spring and summer terms. Any courses offered on campus at Lakota's high schools are noted in the Program of Study. Lakota high school graduation requirements are not waived, but may be met through CCP courses. Through the program, students can complete a year of college or more, thus reducing the time and expenses required to earn a degree.

Because it’s transcripted college credit, it will transfer to any Ohio public institution of higher learning.

Lakota has partnered with several local colleges and universities, including Cincinnati State Technical and Community College; Sinclair Community College; Miami University, both main and regional campuses; and the University of Cincinnati, both main and regional campuses.

Thursday 1/27 5-7pm: Open House to learn more about the CCP (College Credit Plus) program:

Lakota administrators as well as college representatives will be available in the Hub during the High School registration nights. A ten minute presentation will be offered twice, followed by an open house to ask questions and meet with college representatives.

College and University CCP Information

Cincinnati State

University of Cincinnati
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Miami University

To be updated as information becomes available.

CCP Handbook for 2022-23
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Registration for College Credit Plus opens at the same time as regular class registration and when the new Program of Studies is available for the following school year.

  • Submit the Intent to Participate(opens in a new window) Form, through online form only. This form must be completed by 11:59 pm on April 1, 2022 to participate in the CCP program at any time during the 2022-2023 school year. The form must be completed by both the student and parent.
  • Contact selected college for information, application forms and criteria for acceptance into their CCP program. Students must go through the procedures established by the college for admission.

  • Submit the college transcript and ACT, SAT or Compass scores. Check with the college for required placement tests; schedule and take placement tests as necessary.

  • Upon receiving an acceptance letter, register for classes with the college.

  • Provide a copy of the schedule to the high school counselor.

  • Remember, it is the responsibility of the student and parents to meet all college applications and registration deadlines.

Admission information for each college is listed on each college website under CCP information.

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