Milford High School

College Credit Plus 

​College Credit Plus is ​a program that allows students to take courses on college campus for both high school and college credit. While most of our participants are juniors and seniors due to the college-ready requirement, the program is open to students in grades 7-12. 


 

2019-2020 Mandatory College Credit Plus Meeting -

Due to the cancellation of the College Credit Plus meeting at Milford High School, I have put together all of the meeting presentation information in this one email. 
 
If you are interested in College Credit Plus, please make sure you watch both videos and complete the confirmation form linked here so that we know you have received the information.
 
College Credit Plus (CCP) Videos - Please watch BOTH videos.
 
College Credit Plus Confirmation Form - Fill out this form after watching both videos
 
 
Students from Milford typically attend UC Clermont, Cincinnati Christian University, Ohio Christian University, Sinclair, UC Blue Ash, UC Main, Chatfield. Please visit those schools' websites for more information.
 
Questions? Sign up for parent - teacher conferences with Mrs. Emmons on Thursday, February 7 (3-6:00pm) or Wednesday, February 13 (3-6:30pm). You can also email me at emmons_e@milfordschools.org
 

 

Here is the information from 2018 CCP Meeting:​ ​

Ohio Department of Education- General Info 

 

​Some notes from last year's meeting: 

1. All schools have to have placement test requirements in place for the 2018-2019 school year. Most schools are using the ACT. ACT on 4/14 is the last test date that most CCP schools will accept for admissions (Sign-up at www.actstudent.org).  --- Some schools may waive for current CCP students. Parents/Guardians and students will need to contact their CCP school directly for more informations.

 

2. Milford does NOT offer CCP courses at the High School. Students who wish to participate will need to attend on-campus university courses or the online on-campus program offered at some schools.

 

3. Please consider the curriculum guide for your student's major of choice so that the courses actually count towards a degree. (per Dr. Clark, CCP Director, UC Clermont)