“College Credit Plus is Ohio’s dual enrollment program that provides students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking courses from Ohio colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to enhance students’ career readiness and postsecondary success, while providing a wide variety of options to college-ready students, at no or limited costs to students and families (https://www.ohiohighered.org/collegecreditplus).”
Within this page you will find the CCP video Bloom-Carroll has created outlining the major components of CCP, including steps to take if you would like to participate. Additional information, as well a summary of the major components, is also outlined herein.
CCP Video Click Image Below
Steps to Participate
Complete and submit letter of intent by May 1st
Submit completed form to the BCHS guidance office
Form can be found by clicking here (copies are also available in BCHS guidance office)
Apply to College by May 1st (CCP application not undergraduate)
Submit completed applications to the BCHS Guidance Office
Hocking College CCP Application click here (copies are also available in BCHS guidance office)
Ohio University Lancaster CCP Application click here
You are able to apply to OUL online; However you will still need to submit the “signature page”, which can also be found in the link, to BCHS Guidance Office.
You can also apply to OUL via paper. The downloadable “College Credit Plus Application” can also be found in the link. Copies will be available in the BCHS Guidance Office as well. Return completed applications to the BCHS Guidance Office.
Register for Classes
CCP classes taken at BCHS are registered through BCHS
BCHS CCP classes are pictured below
Students will have multiple opportunities to register during the February through May registration window
CCP classes taken at the college are registered directly through the college
Frequently Asked Questions
Hocking College CCP Resource Center
Additional questions can be directed via phone or email to Mr. Kelley in the Bloom-Carroll High School Guidance Department: 614-834-6745 or email.