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Earn college credits in high school for free through College Credit Plus

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College Credit Plus (CCP) is a program that provides students with the opportunity to earn college credit during high school for free. In place of regular high school classes, students can take college courses and earn credits that can be transferred to colleges and universities after graduation.

CCP provides an academic experience that will enhance students’ college and career readiness and give them a jump start on earning college credits. CCP courses save students time and money because they enter college with certain classes already completed. In the past, several DPS students have graduated with a high school diploma and Associate Degree from taking enough CCP courses.

DPS works closely with Sinclair Community College to offer CCP courses to students at each high school. Students can take courses during the regular school day at their high school, on Sinclair’s campus, or online anytime.

To participate in CCP next school year, students must complete the Intent Form and return it to their high school counselor no later than April 1, 2022. This form is available at high school CCP informational sessions, through high school counselors, and online here.

In addition to the intent form, students will need to enroll at Sinclair and complete a college readiness assessment. For more information, students should talk to their high school guidance counselor.

Read more about College Credit Plus here.

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