Accelerated Learning Center

College Credit Plus

What is the Accelerated Learning Center?

The Accelerated Learning Center (ALC), located within Central Crossing High School, will provide Junior and senior students in the South-Western City School District with the opportunity to take college courses - based on their future plans - while completing high school graduation requirements!

The ALC has been developed as part of the District's Strategic Plan:

Bold Goals - Students can enter college without remediation; Students graduate on time; and Families are vested in planning their student's future.

High Yield Strategies - K-12 career exploration and skills development for students; A rolling four-year plan that supports each student's post-secondary aspirations; and Student access to rigorous coursework to earn credits toward graduation and beyond.

This unique, half-day approach will allow students from all four South-Western high schools and the South-Western Career Academy to experience college level coursework and gain an in-depth understanding of the skills and dedication necessary to succeed in a collegiate environment as well as get a head start on college credits.

There is no cost for the student to participate in the program as South-Western and Columbus State Community College share the cost for the courses.

The ALC meets the requirements of the College Credit Plus program, a requirement for all Ohio school districts.

For more information, click here to visit the ALC Web site!

Students can Graduate High School with 32 or More College Credits!

The South-Western City School District

in collaboration with Columbus State Community College

CCP/ALC Parent Night Presentation Jan/Feb 2019

Three Programs of Study

  • Software Development

Designed for the student interested in technology and associated college majors

  • General Liberal Arts

Designed to fulfill the requirements leading to a Bachelor's Degree in liberal arts-related fields

  • STEM Academy

Designed to fulfill the requirements leading to a Bachelor's Degree for mathematics, the sciences, and other related fields

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