College Credit Plus

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In addition to the wide range of courses that we have available here at LHS, there are other academic options available to our students.

 

The College Credit Plus (CC+) program is an opportunity for high school students to take college courses while still enrolled in high school. Students have the option of completing courses on a college campus, online, or at LHS.

 

College classes at LHS include both classes that are taught by LHS teachers who are eligible to serve as adjunct faculty through NCSC.

 

Classes being taught at LHS include:  Calculus 1, Intro to Business, Marketing, English Composition 1, American Government and Politics, Biology I, Chemistry I, Chemistry II, General Physics, American Culture & History to 1877, American Culture & History from 1877, and College Drawing I.

 

There are a lot of details involved in participating in the CC+ program and students must complete and submit the paperwork before April 1st to indicate their intent to participate in the CC+ program in the following school year.  One new aspect about CC+ is the fact that students are now eligible to take classes during the summer in addition to during the school year.

 

In order to explain all of the details of the program and to provide you with the forms necessary, students and parents must attend our mandatory Academic Options meeting on Monday, February 6 at 7pm in the HS Auditorium.

 

If you have any interest in learning more about College Credit Plus, please talk to your counselor!

 

College Credit Plus - Eligibility Information

ATTENTION CC+ STUDENTS:

You are responsible to communicate any changes in your college course schedule to Lexington High School Student Services within 24 hours. Failure to report any changes may result in a student being deemed ineligible to participate in high school athletics. Any questions see your counselor OR Mr. Roberts in Athletics.

Please refer to this link explaining Guidlines for Student Athletic Eligibility produced by the OHSAA: Guidelines