Taking college courses while still in high school can provide many opportunities to a motivated student; however with these opportunities come significant responsibilities. Students need to understand the importance of their official college record with regards to further education and employment opportunities as well as eligibility for Federal Financial Aid and scholarships.
Prior to enrolling in a CCN course, we recommend that students discuss these implications with their school counselor, instructor and parents in order to make an informed decision. Counserlors can help to evaluate the best course of action to ensure that college courses are being taken with purpose and direction.
Basic Health Care Certificate
Are you interested in pursuing a career in the medical field? You may be able to take CCN courses at your high school that will allow you to earn a Chemeketa Career Pathways Certificate while still in high school.
Check out this Basic Health Care Certificate flyer and ask your school counselor.
View unofficial transcript Students will want to review their college transcript for grades and accuracy at the end of each term registered for college credit.
Order official transcript When students are ready to have these classes and credits transfer to a four-year school or a different college, they will need to request an official trasncript to be sent to the college or university they will be attending.
Below are the 33 high schools who participate in College Credit Now reflecting the courses offered by approved instructors.
*Based on 2015-2016