College Credit Plus
About the Program
Sinclair and Edison have stated as of 3/18/2020 they will be continuing all ONLINE classes beginning again March 23. College campus are still closed. If you are taking Music Appreciation or Website Development your teacher will be reaching out to you via email for the next steps on how to complete the upcoming class assignments. Please be advised to check your college email frequently as that is the fastest way colleges will communicate with you.Please note that the Intent to Participate form can be found below and is due by April 1st. Please review the powerpoint and initial that you have reviewed the program's guidelines. You must have applied to the college of your choice by May 1st. Please scan that to firstname.lastname@example.orgSeventh through Twelfth grade students are eligible to participate in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. Two options are available at THS for students to earn dual credit (simultaneously earning both college and high school credit). The purpose of the program is to enrich regular high school curricula and to offer the opportunity to experience college level coursework while earning college credits.A mandatory public meeting was held on January 30, 2020 to provide students with specific details regarding both options. If you were unable to attend this meeting, please see the presentation below. An intent to participate form must be completed by Monday April 1, 2020 and turned into the school counseling office.All students must carry the required minimum number of credits (per semester) required for their grade level. This can be a combination of the high school credits and the equivalent credits taken at the participating college. The district will only pay for a maximum of 30 total credit hours. Credits earned through this program can be transferred to many colleges/universities. It is recommended that you contact the college admission department directly to clarify what credits will be transferred.There are two options through the College Credit Plus program:
- Option 1 - College classes at any College/University
- Option 2 - College classes at THS through Urbana University
CCP text books are purchased by the district and for this reason we ask that you return them to the Counseling Office at the conclusion of your classes each semester.
College Credit Plus Intent to Participate Form - 2020-2021
College Credit Plus Informational Presentation - 2020-2021
Is College Credit Plus Right for Me? - 2020-2021
Option 1: College Classes at Any University
More Information can be found at the following websites:
- The student/parent must provide the Tipp City Board of Education with notification by April 1, 2020 of the student's intent to participate in this program during the 2019-2020 school year. Please note we are on Spring Break the week prior. Students not meeting the state deadline WILL NOT be eligible to participate in the program in 2020-2021 – no exceptions.
- The student must be accepted by the college. It is the student's responsibility to meet the college's application and GPA requirements. Each college has specific admission requirements and deadlines that must be met.
- All students participating in College Credit Plus must meet the testing requirement either through the Accuplacer or a remediation-free ACT/SAT score.
- Please reference the Underperforming student rule: Under performing students
- The student's family will be required to refund Tipp City School District for any classes failed with an "F" or any class that was dropped after the designated withdrawl date with a "W."
- All books that are paid for in full by THS is the property of the high school and must be returned to the counseling office.
Option 2: College Classes at the THS Campus
Designated high school courses allow students to complete college credit while simultaneously earning high school credit. These courses are taught on the THS campus by THS staff members as adjunct professors. Students must meet qualification criteria set forth by the partner university, Urbana University, a branch campus of Franklin University . Prerequisites and credit hours vary by course. Students must complete an application, registration paperwork and meet testing requirements for each course. Cost of the program is $40 per credit hour, which Tipp City Schools will pay for.The following classes will be taught through Sinclair Dual Enrollment at Tippecanoe High School for the 2019-2020 school year:- Music Appreciation- Intro to Software Applications- Website Development with HTML & CSSThe following classes will be taught through Urbana University Dual Enrollment at Tippecanoe High School for the 2019-2020 school year:- College Writing (Accelerated American Literature)**All students must meet the specific college requirements.