Higher Education Partnerships
College Credit Plus Programs
The State of Ohio's College Credit Plus Program can help students earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from colleges and/or universities. In place of regular high school classes, students can take college courses and earn credits that can be transferred to colleges and universities after graduation. Students may choose to take courses on the college campus, online (when offered), or in their high school (when offered).
For more information and to apply, go HERE.
Junior JumpStart (JJS) is a dual enrollment program for juniors that enables students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Participating juniors will spend a portion of their day at their high school and a portion of their day at Columbus State Community College completing their high school requirements and earning approximately 9 semester hours. Students must apply and be accepted into the program as 10th-graders.
Applications for current 10th graders will be available in February 2024.
Seniors-to-Sophomores (S2S) is a highly selective, dual enrollment program for seniors that enables them to earn a year worth of high school and college credit simultaneously. The program will allow students to be challenged academically, gain valuable life skills and enter college as a sophomore. Student participants are chosen through a selection process after applying and meeting the program’s eligibility requirements.
Applications for current 11th graders will be available in February 2024.