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High School Connections Programs
Clackamas Community College (CCC) provides college credit programs specifically designed for high school students. CCC's High School Connections programs allow students to explore college programs and career options while saving money and time by earning credits toward their certificate/degree. All High School Connections programs grant college credit that appears on students' CCC transcripts. Contracts with high schools and/or school districts are required for each program. Students may only participate in programs offered at their high school.
CCC offers four High School Connections programs for students to earn college credit while still in high school:
Advanced College Credit (ACC)
ACC classes are college courses taken at the high school and taught by an approved high school instructor. High school instructors must meet qualifying college criteria. ACC classes are $10 per credit, charged directly to the student. Students receiving free/reduced lunch can have ACC fees waived. High school counselors add students to the ACC Fee Waiver List that is submitted to the college.
(Trimester and Quarter 1)
|Quarter 2||Winter Trimester||Quarter 3||Spring Semester|
(Trimester and Quarter 4)
|ACC Registration Opens||Oct. 5, 2020||Nov. 9, 2020||Jan. 4, 2021||Feb. 15, 2021||April 26, 2021|
|ACC Registration Closes||Oct. 30, 2020||Dec. 11, 2020||Feb. 5, 2021||March 12, 2020||May 28, 2021|
|Last day to drop ACC courses with a refund. You will receive a refund and no grade will show on your CCC transcript||Nov. 6, 2020||Dec. 18, 2020||Feb. 12, 2021||March 19, 2021||June 4, 2021|
|Late Registration Appeals Due||Nov. 6, 2020||Dec. 18, 2020||Feb. 12, 2021||March 19, 2021||June 4, 2021|
|Last day to request a Withdraw ('W' grade) from ACC instructor||After the drop deadline, the instructor determines whether the student may receive a withdraw (W) grade or be held responsible for a grade.|
Expanded Options/Early College Program
Expanded Options/Early College allows students to take classes at the college campus or online. Students must be referred by their school district/high school in order to participate. Classes are charged at the regular tuition and course fees, paid for
by the school district/high school.
High School Career and Technical Education (CTE)
High School CTE courses are held on the college campus and taught by college faculty. Students participate in hands-on courses in auto body, automotive, manufacturing, and welding with other high school students. Students must be referred by their school district/high school in order to participate. Classes are charged at the Average Daily Membership (ADMw) rate for the high school, paid for by the school district/high school.
View the list of CTE courses:
High School Plus (HSP)
HSP classes are college classes taught by college faculty at partner high schools or designated locations. Classes are charged at a set contract rate, paid for by the school district/high school.