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College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus

Ohio’s College Credit Plus program (formerly PSEO) is a popular choice for students and for good reason. This program allows students to earn college credits while in high school, all for free. Students can enroll in courses at Firelands High School or most public colleges (approved by FHS) including LCCC and receive dual credit for high school requirements and for college credit. These credits may be used at LCCC or for transfer to the college or university of choice after high school graduation. This state-funded program covers tuition, books and fees. 

There will be a College Credit Plus parent meetings held (typically) in January. Please speak with the FHS counselors for additional information.

Important Dates

Intent to participate in CCP is typically required by April 1st. Please contact your counselor with specific questions.
  • Talk with your counselor about your interest in taking a college class. See how it will work with your schedule.
  • Parents can attend the CCP program in January 30
  • You must notify your counselor by April 1st, and submit a CCP Letter of Intent.
  • Work with the college of your choice to apply. You may be required to take a college placement test. It is your responsibility to complete the entrance test. The counselors can provide additional information on placement tests. 

CCP on campus at FHS

College Credit Plus classes are offered at Firelands High School as well as Lorain County Community College.

Follow this link to view the current Course Selection Guide for a list of CCP Classes at FHS.