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College Credit Plus (formally known as Post-Secondary Education Option) is the program where students in grades 7 – 12 can take college classes and earn both high school and college credit.
Who: Students currently in grades 7 – 11 and their parents.
What: An informational meeting
Where: Seneca East High School Auditeria
When: March 4, 2015 @ 6:00p
Why: Any student that wishes to participate in CCP is required by state law to attend a MANDATORY informational meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to inform parents and students of all aspects of the CCP program.
**First time CCP participants should also consider attending the COMPASS test session. This assessment is used for admittance to most CCP programs. TERRA Community College is offering a free administration session at Seneca East February 25th at 6:00p. If your student would like to participate in CCP and has not yet taken the COMPASS or ACT please attend. Students need to bring their school issued computer to take the test.
Students and parents who have questions or concerns pertaining to the CCP program are encouraged to attend the meeting. Any student wanting to participate in the program is required (along with a parent) to attend the meeting each year.
Mrs. Hunker, test coordinator for our district, would like parents to know that on the dates of their student's testing students should bring pencils, a charged laptop (for grades 6-12), headphones for the reading section, and a book to read after they are finished with the test. She also wants to advise parents and students that absolutely no cell phones or electronic devices are permitted during the test. In regards to the time schedule for the test, she would like parents to know that there are rules about when the tests have to be given. A student's attendance is very important and any missed test will have to be made up.