Canby High School

Take College Classes at your High School

Advanced College Credit (ACC)

ACC classes are college courses taken at your high school and taught by an approved high school instructor. To earn college credit for your ACC classes, you must register through CCC. ACC classes are $10 per credit, charged directly to you. If you are on free or reduced lunch, talk to your high school counselor to have your ACC fees waived. Check out the ACC Student Handbook for more information about being an ACC student!

ACC High School Course List

Learn how your ACC courses can fit into a certificate or degree from CCC using the Canby High School AAOT Transfer Guide.

2022-23 Advanced College Credit (ACC) Important Dates
Fall Trimester / SemesterWinter TrimesterSpring Semester / Semester
ACC Registration OpensOct. 10, 2022Jan. 9, 2023April 10, 2023
ACC Registration ClosesNov. 4, 2022Feb. 3, 2023May 12, 2023
Last day to drop ACC courses with a refund. You will receive a refund and no grade will show on your CCC transcriptNov. 11, 2022Feb. 10, 2023May 19, 2023
Late Registration Appeals DueNov. 11, 2022Feb. 10, 2023May 19, 2023
Last day to request a Withdraw ('W' grade) from ACC instructorAfter the drop deadline, the instructor determines whether the student may receive a withdraw (W) grade or be held responsible for a grade.

Take College Classes at CCC

Expanded Options / Early College

Expanded Options/Early College allows you to take classes at a CCC campus or online. Classes are paid for by your school district/high school. If approved by your high school, Expanded Options students can earn college credit that transfers back to your high school to fulfill high school graduation requirements. You must be referred by their school district/high school to participate.

Expanded Options Resources

Career Technical Education Pathways (CTEP)

High school students can participate in hands-on Career Technical Education (CTE) classes with other high school and college students. Classes are paid for by your high school/school district and priority registration is given to participating high schools. You must be referred by your high school to participate.

View the CTEP courses and schedule for 2022-23. If you are interested in participating, contact your high school counselor.

Ready to get started?

Visit the High School Connections Registration page for information on how to enroll and register for all of our High School Connections programs!

Get Started

It is important to take classes that apply to your CCC degree or that will transfer to other colleges. We recommend meeting with the High School Connections advisor at CCC to create your college plan before you choose your classes. To set up an appointment, email High School Connections or call 503-594-3252.