Jaguar Family learns how to accelerate future success

College Credit Plus Info Night 

Written by Mr. Nick McClellan, Community Engagement Coordinator | March 3, 2019

Ask any student, “Do you want to save money and get a head start on college?” The student will probably look at you confused because the answer is obviously, “YES!” 

Sophomore, A. Gillen-Ford, and her grandparents are excited to learn about the CCP program.

That’s exactly what is being offered to our 7th through 12th grade students through our College Credit Plus (CCP) program offered in partnership with the University of Toledo and Owens Community College. 

College Credit Plus is a state-funded program that allows a high school to earn college and high school credit simultaneously at no cost to the student or family. 

“When I found out about College Credit Plus I was really excited because it was kind of like opening your Christmas presents early. College is something I’m really looking forward to and with College Credit Plus, I can get started now,” said 10th grader, Amanda Gillen-Ford. 

Our Jaguar Families were recently invited to get more information on how to enroll into the program during our annual CCP Info Night, presented by our HSAT Office of Guidance and Student Services

During the CCP Info Night, Ms. Mossing, Office of Guidance and Student Services Coordinator, guided students and families through the enrollemnt process and all of the benefits the program has to offer. 

“This program is an excellent opportunity for students to get a jump start on their college careers. It’s been exciting to see participation and interest in this program grow each year,” said Ms. Mossing after the Info Night. 

Benefits of the CCP Program


All courses in the UT catalog are available to CCP students who meet prerequisites or requirements and many of these courses are available online. A student must complete 15 hours of Level One designated courses before they can move on to Level Two courses.


Additionally, a selection of high quality, Ohio Transfer Module compliant general education courses are offered in a variety of modalities. With these courses, access is improved and transferability to Ohio public colleges and universities is guaranteed.

To maximize accessibility and scheduling flexibility, courses can be taken in a variety of modalities.

  • 100% Online – Anytime. Anywhere.
  • 100% Online – Specific time and day each week
  • Blended – Online and classroom
  • Face to Face – Classroom on campus
  • Face to Face – Classroom on high school campus with a credentialed high school teacher


— A gradual transition to college while experiencing the rigor and demands they can expect after they graduate from high school

— All students are assigned a Success Coach who has the responsibility to ensure that the student has someone with whom they can meet and confer to receive guidance regarding scheduling, advising, University policies or any other questions they may have

— Interaction with full-time college students and University faculty

— All students have access to their instructor via email, or telephone and in-person during posted scheduled office hours

— Earning transferable college credit before you graduate from high school that will apply to your college degree

— Reduction of costs and length of time necessary to earn a degree

— Earlier entry into the job market, or admission to graduate school, than your peers

— Access to student support services and other benefits

For more information, please contact Ms. Mossing, Office of Guidance and Student Services Coordinator, at for more information.