Ohio’s College Credit Plus program gives college-ready students in grades 7-12 the chance to earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking courses at a participating Ohio college or university. Ohio has set aside a specific amount to fund College Credit Plus participation for non-public students. This funding can be used to pay the tuition for those classes. You will be responsible for the cost of textbooks if courses are taken at the Ohio college or university campus or online. All public colleges and certain private colleges in Ohio are participating.
College Credit Plus is an opportunity for college-ready and interested students to pursue more challenging classes and explore college interests sooner. Your child can earn anywhere from a few college credits to more than a year’s worth while still in high school. College Credit Plus can reduce your child’s time in college and greatly reduce your family’s higher education costs.
CCP INTENT TO PARTICIPATE & ODE FUNDING PROCEDURE
Note - Students must declare their intent to participate AND apply for funding, even if they participated last year
Before March 31: Complete School Counseling Requirement
Feb. 3 - May 1: Electronically declare intent to participate (through the funding application)
Feb. 3 - May 1 at 5:00 pm: Sign-up for a OH|ID Account
Feb. 3 - May 1 at 5:00 pm: Apply for funding
By Mid-May: Funding award notifications sent
Fairfield Christian Academy partners with Ohio Christian University and offers college courses at FCA. The deadline to apply to OCU is March 19th.
CCP Courses through Ohio Christian University taught at FCA:
Please click the course number below to review the sample syllabus with each course. The syllabi below are subject to change each year, but will give the student and parent information about the demands on the course.
- SOC1020 Introduction to Sociology (Social Science – 3 semester hours)
- PSY1020 Introduction to Psychology (Social Science – 3 semester hours)
- HIS2010 Western Civilization I (Social Studies - 3 semester hours)
- HIS2020 Western Civilization II (Social Studies – 3 semester hours)
- HIS2060 US History 1877- Present (Social Studies - 3 semester hours)
- ENG1000 English Composition I (English – 3 semester hours)
- ENG1020 English Composition II (English - 3 semester hours)
- COM2000 Oral Communications (English - 3 semester hours)
- HIS3999 Special Topics in History: Holocaust (Social Studies - 3 semester hours)
- MAT2000 - Calculus I (Math - 4 semester hours)
- MAT1410 - Statistics & Analysis (Math - 3 semester hours)