JCCC Credit Programs for Students While Attending High School
College Now - If you are a high school sophomore, junior or senior, you can enroll in selected college courses offered at and in cooperation with your high school. You are also eligible if you are a ninth-grade student who has been identified as gifted with a current Individual Education Plan (IEP).
Quick Step - If you are a high school sophomore, junior or senior, or a 7th, 8th or 9th grader with a gifted Individual Educational Plan (IEP), you may be eligible to attend credit classes taught by JCCC instructors and earn college credit.
Career Pathways - If you are a high school student, you may be eligible to take focused courses in your field of study that can be applied toward an associate's degree at JCCC and applied toward a bachelor's degree. This program promotes the coordination of high school and postsecondary career programs, including advanced standing college credit options.
SB 155 - This Kansas law allows JCCC to waive the cost of tuition for high school students who meet residency requirements. Students must be enrolled in a tiered career technical course.
Admission Eligibility - concurrent admission for high school and younger students.