HS2CCC - High School Programs

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Jump-starting college can save you time and money, help you become familiar with college-level work, and give you a chance to explore career interests. CCC offers three options for high school students to earn college credit: Concurrent Enrollment, Dual Enrollment, and the Coconino Association for Vocations, Industry and Technology (CAVIAT).

 

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment allows you to participate in the college experience while still in high school by taking regular college courses on the CCC campus or online.

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment allows you to earn college credit for high school classes. Classes are offered at participating high schools during normal school hours.

CAVIAT

In partnership with Coconino Community College. Please visit www.caviat.org for more information.

 

 

Concurrent Enrollment

 

Dual Enrollment

 

Academic Calendar
Course Offerings
Student Handbook
Instructor and Administrator Handbook
Fall 2020 - How to Make a DE Payment
Spring 2021 - How to Make a DE Payment

 

Participating High Schools

CAVIAT

Coconino High School

Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy

Dr. Brent Neilson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Jenn Merrick, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Donna Lyons, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Janine Birchard, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Flagstaff High School

Fredonia High School

Ganado High School

Diane Sorden, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Kim Rasbold, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dorene Mudrow, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Doris Nelson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Grand Canyon HS

Greyhills Academy High School

Northland Preparatory Academy

Susan Duthie, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Regina Hale, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Raphaelle Francis, 
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Trisha Callan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Page High School

Tuba City High School

Williams High School

Chuck Sharp (CTE), This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Woody Begay, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Eric Evans, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CAVIAT

 

CAVIAT Academic Calendar 2020-2021
Programs
Course Guide
Student Handbook

Comparsion Chart

What is the difference between Dual Enrollment and Concurrent Enrollment?

 

Dual Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

Where are the classes located?

High school campus

CCC Lone Tree, 4th Street, Page campuses or through a distance learning modality

Which students are eligible?

High school-age students in participating high schools

K-12 students - Please note: Students can take up to 6 credits hours without prior approval

Who pays for tuition?

Students pay significantly reduced tuition directly to the College

Student pays current CCC tuition fees directly to the College

Who teaches the courses?

High school instructors who have been approved by the College to meet Higher Learning Commission credentialing and curriculum standards

CCC instructors

When are the courses?

During the high school day

Whenever the CCC course if offered according to the current College class schedule

What courses can you take?

Courses vary by high school (dependent on agreement between CCC and the high school)

Students can take any course at CCC that they meet prerequisite requirements for. It is recommended that the course(s) are reviewed by their school counselor

Who do I contact with questions?

The CCC Admissions and High School Programs Team

Mike Luna, CCC Admissions Advisor or the CCC Advising department 


What is the difference between Dual Enrollment and AP courses?

 

 

Dual Enrollment

Advanced Placement

College Transfer

Acceptance varies university to university out of state but is transferable to all in state as credit or elective credit.

 

Must take the final AP Exam and Score 4 or 5 (depending on student’s chosen college/university).

Acceptance varies university to university

 

Financial

Dual Enrollment for A&S is at a significant reduced tuition rate from a regular college course allowing students to get a head start at minimal cost. CTE courses have no tuition cost.

The cost of the AP exam or multiple AP exams

GPA

There is no weight grade or multiple in GPA.

Multiplier in GPA = Weighted Grade

Other Benefits

Access to CCC Student Services, Mountain Line pass, familiarity with 2+2, evidence that DE supports post high school education

Boost GPA, preferential selection, AP scholarships

 

Final Grade

The grade that a student receives on their high school DE class goes on their college transcript. For most courses students have an entire academic year to absorb what is one semester at the college

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do my grades go on my college transcript?

Courses taken through any of the HS2CCC programs count as regular college courses.  Grades will go on your permanent college transcript.

 

What courses can I take with Dual Enrollment?

Please refer to the   Dual Enrollment Courses Offered PDF.


What is placement testing?

Many courses that students can take through the HS2CCC programs require that you meet a certain prerequisite, or earn a certain score on the placement test (or ACT/SAT), in order to take the course. Accuplacer placement testing is conducted at each high school and also at the CCC campuses at certain times throughout the year. For more information on this, please consult your high school counselor or a CCC Admission Advisor.

 

How many credits can I earn?

There is no limit on the number of credits you can earn through HS2CCC during your time in high school. However, there is a cap of 6 credits per semester that you can earn as a concurrent student.  If you would like to earn more than 6 credits as a concurrent student in a semester, you would need CCC Registrar approval.

 

Can I get assistance to pay for my Dual Enrollment courses?

There are some scholarships available through the high schools that can assist you with your Dual Enrollment tuition. To find out if you are eligible for a scholarship, please contact your high school counselor. In addition, CCC has scholarships available to high school students for CCC courses please visit the CCC Scholarships page.

 

How do I make a tuition payment for my courses?

  • By Phone: Call Student Accounts at 928-226-4237 (credit debit/debit card)

 

  • In Person: Go to the CCC Registration Desk at CCC Lone Tree Campus, Fourth Street Campus or Page Instructional Site

 

 

How do I send my transcripts to another college?

For a step by step guide on how to request your college transcripts from CCC, visit the How to Order a Transcript page.

 

How do Dual Enrollment credits transfer?

Most of the courses offered through Dual Enrollment are transferable to other colleges and universities within Arizona. You can check to see if your course is transferable by visiting AZTransfer. If you are planning to attend a college or university that is out of state, please consult with that college about how your credits will transfer. 

 

How do I register for classes?

Registration for classes for Dual Enrollment is done through a CCC Admission Advisor upon a visit to your high school. Registration for CAVIAT courses is done through CAVIAT staff. Students interested in concurrent courses can register online at Registration at any of our campuses.  

 

Who is eligible to take Dual Enrollment Courses?

Dual Enrollment courses are intended for high school juniors and seniors, who take precedence during the enrollment and registration process. Depending on space availability, courses may be opened up to freshman and sophomore students.

 

How much do Dual Enrollment courses cost?

Arts and Sciences (A&S) courses are $15 per credit hour. Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses receive a full tuition waiver.

 

Dual Enrollment was great because it allowed me to take regular classes at high school while receiving college credit, and I only had to pay a fraction of the cost. CAVIAT was also a great experience, allowing me to earn a Pre-Health Certificate. - Abigail Garland

I graduated Coconino with 31 college credits. There were a huge variety of professors who were very willing to help and to support me along the way. - Anijah Pablo

 

CCC Admissions Team

Alexandra
Purchase

Sr. Manager of Admissions and High School Programs
928-226-4385
Contact Form

Mike
Luna

Admissions Advisor
928-226-4314
Contact Form

Carly
Saunders

Admissions Advisor
928-226-4238
Contact Form

Patricia
Petelin

Admissions Advisor
928-226-4227
Contact Form

Cynthia
Anderson

Admissions Specialist II
928-226-4320
Contact Form

 

 

Questions regarding curriculum, faculty or college departments: 

Lisa Blank
Academic Affairs, Dean of Learning Services, CTE
928-526-7625
Contact Form

Kimberly Batty-Herbert
Dean of Learning, Arts, and Sciences
928-226-4362
Contact Form