• College Credit Plus

    The CCP program at PHS was initiated to offer college credit opportunities to all students.  The specifics are detailed under the College Credit Plus Section.  All students choosing to take College Credit Plus classes must test as “college ready”.  This can be accomplished by providing a qualifying ACT or SAT score as well as qualifying using the Accuplacer test.  The Accuplacer is given at the Princeton High School for grades 8-11.  The Accuplacer is also available at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College for a fee. https://www.cincinnatistate.edu/future-students/testing/

    Students wishing to take CCP/AP/IB courses in English and/or Social Studies must earn qualifying scores on the Reading or Writing Accuplacer (available for grades 8-11). Students wishing to take CCP/AP/IB courses in Math or Science must earn qualifying scores on the Quantitative Reasoning Accuplacer (available for grades 10-11).  Practice test resources can be found here.

     *Students who are not recommended for CCP/AP/IB courses may not be scheduled to take those courses even if they have qualifying scores.


    Students interested in taking a CCP course on or off-campus for the 23-24 school year MUST participate in the mandatory CCP Information Presentation

    The following items are required for 1st time CCP students AND returning CCP students:

    *Copies are available in the College and Career Office


    College Credit Plus Classes offered at Princeton High School by Sinclair, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, and the University of Cincinnati.  Students are expected to follow each college/university guidelines for its CCP programs. Please see the links below for each CCP program: 

    Sinclair Community College

    Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

    University of Cincinnati


    Other Important Links

    23-24 PHS CCP Information Presentation

    How to send AP/IB scores and CCP transcripts to colleges and universities

    College Credit Plus Intent to Participate Form

    Guidance for Mature Content Matter

    Ohio Department of Higher Education

  • CCP Courses:

    The following CCP Courses are offered at Princeton.  All classes have a weighted grade of 5.0.  Students will earn a year of high school credit in one semester.  The availability of classes cannot be guaranteed each school year based on demand.

    • English Composition 1&2
    • English Literature
    • English Technical Communication
    • American Sign Language Level 3 (Beginning American Sign Language I and Beginning American Sign language II)
    • College Algebra and College Trigonometry
    • Human Anatomy
    • Environmental Science
    • US History 1 & 2
    • American Government and Politics
    • The following can be taken as CCP or non-CCP:
      • Fundamentals of IT
      • Computer Networking
      • Computer Programming 1
      • Database management 1
      • System Administration
      • Fundamentals of Web Development