High School Partnerships

Thank you for your interest in high school partnerships. Please refer to the information below based on your role. 

For any questions regarding CCP-High School partnerships, please contact email ccp@uc.edu

Current Partnerships

If your high school is not listed, you are still eligible to apply for CCP coursework on campus or online.

Archbishop McNicholas High School Kings Local High School Talawanda High School
Batavia High School La Salle High School Ursuline Academy
Bethel-Tate High School Loveland High School Walnut Hills High School (CPS)
Catholic Central High School Madeira High School Watkins Memorial High School
Clermont Northeastern High School Moeller High School West Clermont High School (and Glen Este)
Colerain High School New Richmond High School Williamsburg High School
Deer Park High School Norwood High School Withrow University High School (CPS)
Elder High School Oak Hills High School  
Finneytown High School/Secondary Campus Princeton High School  
Georgetown High School School for Creative and Performing Arts (CPS)  
Grant Career Center Seton High School  
Great Oaks Stivers School for the Arts * denotes Dual Enrollment partnership outside of Ohio

School Counselors and CCP Coordinators

  • CCP Application Process

The CCP application process requires a good deal of cooperation between the school counselor/CCP coordinator and the student. See all application requirements and deadlines.

  • CCP Information Sessions

Access UC's CCP Information Session for Counselors, recorded November 29, 2022 HERE.

School counselors and CCP coordinators also coordinate College Credit Plus information sessions for students and families as required by the state. The state mandates that information sessions take place between October 1 and February 15 each school year.

To request a CCP staff member for your CCP information session, please email us with your requested session date and time at ccp@uc.edu. We will then confirm with you our availability on your selected date. 

  • CCP Data Reporting and Records

We also work closely with school counseling staff and CCP coordinators throughout the year to assist with the registration process as well as enrollment verification and submission of final grades for CCP coursework attempted.

School Administrators

  • Funding Structure
    The University of Cincinnati uses the default funding structure for payment.

    The College Credit Plus program default funding structure is established by Ohio Revised Code 3365.07. The CCP default amounts are based on the Per Pupil Foundation rate that is determined by Ohio's General Assembly and may change annually.
  • Memorandum of Understanding
    Schools/Districts will sign an MOU which outlines the provisions and guidelines of the CCP program at UC Uptown (sample PDF of our MOU)