College Credit Plus is a program that gives students an opportunity to be enrolled in both high school and college coursework at the same time.
Link for Counseling Presentation regarding CCP (required) COMING SOON -For the 2022-2023 school year
Cloverleaf Studnets are able to participate in CCP through any university or college of their choosing. The following two schools, University of Akron and Ashland University, are popular choices with Cloverleaf students. See the information below for Ashland and Akron.
Cloverleaf High School partners with Ashland University to offer CCP courses in our building taught by our teachers. To enroll at Ashland University for CCP please note the following information:
For the 2021-22 school year, applicants will be able to select whether they want their standardized test scores to be included or excluded from the admission review process. Updated enrollment information will be provided as it comes available for the 2022-2023 school year.
Option #1 - Traditional admission requirements (WITH test scores):
- 2.50+ GPA
- Appropriate score from the ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer:
- 18 ACT composite, or
- 960 SAT, or
- ONE of the following Accuplacer scores: WritePlacer, 5; Reading, 250; or QAS (math), 263
Option #2 - Admission WITHOUT test scores:
NOTE: Admission to the program does not guarantee placement in a course. Students must be able to satisfy any placement and prerequisite requirements for each course. The CCP coordinator will help students with this at the time of registration.
- For 7th and 8th graders who do not yet have a high school GPA, we will calculate a GPA based on their core courses (math, English, science, and social studies), and use that to determine admission.
- Since test scores will not be needed for admission, we will continue to pause all Accuplacer testing; however, if a student has Accuplacer scores from another college that they would like to use, we will accept them.
Cloverleaf High School has a Distance Learning Lab ON CAMPUS! Students are able to take a variety of courses offered by The University of Akron in the DLL. See below for more information regarding taking CCP classes with Akron.
--All applicants MUST meet at least one of the three minimum College Readiness Standards (ACT English of 18, ACT Reading of 22 or ACT Math of 22) as determined by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Preferred requirements for all applicants:
-3.00 cumulative GPA
-21 ACT composite or 1060 SAT combined score for Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing
-The Office of Admissions will evaluate the cumulative GPA and ACT or SAT scores to determine college readiness for applicants not meeting the preferred requirements.
-All spring/summer/ fall 2021 CCP and 2022 spring applicants will be considered for admission with or without ACT or SAT scores. Applicants without test scores must have at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA to be considered.