For High School Students

High school students seeking to earn college credit and are in grades 10, 11 or 12, or are deemed gifted by their high school as a 9th grader and, have been admitted to an eligible postsecondary educational institution may enroll in any of the three (3) options below:

Three Opportunities For High School Students To Obtian College Credit

Courses identified and provided at the high school during the regular school day may be taken for college credit.  The high school principal must authorize the student to enroll in concurrent classes (e.g., Music Appreciation, English Composition, College Algebra, etc).

Step 1

High School Students Enroll in a Coffeyville Community College Course at their High School with their counselor

Step 2

The High School student will receive instruction from a Coffeyville Community College approved teacher during their regular High School day at their High School.

Step 3

They receive 
High School Credit
+
College Credit

Step 4

Students can transfer credits to Community Colleges & Universities upon graduating High School or complete your degree at Coffeyville Community College

Classes in which the high school student travels to the college campus to take courses during the academic year or summer prior to their graduation from high school.

Step 1

High School Students Enroll in a Coffeyville Community College Course on campus or online 

Step 2

High School Students Travel to Coffeyville Community College Campus

Step 3

The High School student will receive instruction from a Coffeyville Community College Instructor on the CCC Main Campus in a classroom or online

Step 4

They receive
College Credit

Step 5

Students can transfer credits to Community Colleges & Universities upon graduating High School or complete your degree at Coffeyville Community College

High school students (11th & 12th grade) seeking a Technical career or skill, must be a resident of Kansas and attend a Kansas High School to enroll in the following option:

Career and Technical Education programs are intended to prepare high school students for college and future careers while earning an industry-recognized credential or certification(s). Programs available for high school students include Automotive Service, Collision Repair, Construction, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Fire Science, Information Technology (IT), Machining, Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy, and Welding. 

Step 1

High School Students Enroll in a Coffeyville Community College Tech Course at their High School with their counselor

Step 2

High School Students Travel to Coffeyville Community College Tech Campus

Step 3

The High School student will receive instruction from a Coffeyville Community College Technical Instructor

Step 4

They receive 
High School Credit
+
College Credit
+
Industry Recognized Credentials

Step 5

Students can transfer credits to Community Colleges & Universities upon graduating High School or complete your degree at Coffeyville Community College

How To Enroll for College Credit at CCC

WHILE YOU ARE STILL IN HIGH SCHOOL
Follow the steps 1 through 5 to Enroll

Step 1

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HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR

Discuss with your High School counselor what classes you should take based on high school graduation and major. 

Step 2

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APPLY

If you are a first year student you will need to complete the college application for admission.

If you have already taken a class at CCC, you do not need to complete the application again.

Step 3

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TEST

Provide college-level scores such as:

SAT, ACT, ACCUPLACER

You can also go to the Student Success Center on the Main CCC Campus OR a CCC Technical Campus to take the accuplacer test for Math and English.

 TO SET UP A TIME TO SCHEDULE YOUR TEST:
[email protected]

Step 4

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REGISTER

Complete enrollment documents with your High School Counselor.

Step 5

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AFTER

Contact your High School Counselor for obtaining textbooks.

Check your CCC Red Connect account for class schedule and email.

Any add/drops of these College Credit classes are processed with your High School counselor.

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