Thursday, February 7, 2019
KHS Robert A. Lee Auditorium

Any student interested in earning dual credit through the College Credit Plus program are encouraged to attend the annual meeting held on Thursday, February 7 at 7:00 PM during KHS Parent Teacher Conferences.  Details on the program, as well as risks and advantages will be discussed. Representatives from colleges both public and private will be here to answer questions and offer details on their programs.

Eligible students in grades 7 to 12 can take college classes at no charge while concurrently earning high school credit. Careful direction by the student's Guidance Counselor is imperative to make sure all CCP classes satisfy graduation requirements. Also, the counselor can help determine if the student is ready for these college-level courses. Most College Credit Plus courses are offered off campus but some CCP (English and Math) courses are offered here at KHS during the school day.  

Attendance at this meeting is recommended for any
students participating in College Credit Plus
during the 2019-2020 school year.  

One parent and student must attend the
meeting for sign off purposes.  

Required enrollment and Intent to Participate forms will be distributed to sign and must be returned by March 22, 2019. If students are unsure about participation, they can still sign the form and make a decision in the future. Those who do not submit on time will be enrolled under option A, and all expenses including books will be the student's responsibility.