Families MUST review the power point if they were unable to attend the meeting on December 5, 2019. The Declaration of Intent is required on file by April 1, 2020 for any and all students interested in participating in the CCP program for 2020-2021 school year. The Declaration of Intent is non-binding, in that students are not required to participate if they turn it in-but failure to turn in it does result in ineligibility for 2020-2021 school year.
Important CCP information sheets available below
CCP Presentation 20-21 - Powerpoint presentation providing an overview of the CCP Program for 2020-2121.
20-21 Declaration of Intent - This form must be submitted by all students who are considering participating in the CCP Program for the 2018-19 school year. Submitting the form does not mean you HAVE to participate, but it does need to be on file if you DO participate.
Guidance for Grades & Tuition - Information that explains fiscal responsibility for families.
CCP Risks of Withdrawal or Failure - Important information related to the risks of withdrawing or dropping from the CCP Program.
5 Things to Know about CCP - One page flyer highlighting important information related to the CCP Program.
CCP Course Substitution Crosswalk - Important information regarding substituting CCP courses to meet high school graduation requirements.
WL-S Graduation Course and Credit Requirements - General information about the CCP program.
CCP Student Eligibility Process - A chart to the steps a student must take to determine CCP eligibility, admission and course placement.
CCP Student Eligibility Assessment Tests- A list of potential placement tests colleges and universities can use to determine CCP eligibility.
CCP at Edison State
CCP AT COLUMBUS STATE
CCP Transferable Courses
For Students interested in taking CCP courses
1) Contact the CCP Administrator at the University or College of your choice.
2) Students may take courses of their choice. If you would like to take a course that will fulfill a core/graduation requirement, please see the high school course catalog available to review content standards, available at the Guidance Home Page. Students may also choose to take college level electives. All CCP courses will be added to a students course history and be included in graduation credit and GPA totals/calculations.
3) All text books are purchased by the West Liberty-Salem School District, and will need to be returned to WL-S upon completion of the course. Failure to do so may result in being charged the original cost to the district for the text books.
4) Questions about the program may be directed to Mrs. Molly Smith, High School Counselor at email@example.com.