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Dual College Credit

At Central Christian School, we believe in comprehensive education that provides our students with the appropriate level of academic rigor customized to meet their goals. The Dual College Credit Program allows students seeking an academic challenge to earn college credits while working toward high school graduation.

Central Christian School currently partners with Northwest Nazarene University and George Fox University to offer college semester credits.

Dual credit courses are taught by Central Christian School faculty members who teach the college-level courses at the Central Christian campus. Each dual credit faculty member has met the qualifications for each university to be an adjunct professor.

Dual credit courses are recorded on both the Central Christian transcript and the university transcript with the letter grade earned. To learn more about the dual college credit program, please contact our High School Guidance Counselor, Mindy Breit, at 541.548.7803.

"I took three dual credit classes: English through George Fox, and Human Anatomy & Physiology and American History from NNU.  I was also able to take an online Algebra class for college credit from NNU.  All my classes transferred easily to Bushnell University.  I taking dual credit classes at CCS saved me time.  Although I didn't overload my schedule to finish early at Bushnell, my freshman year was significantly easier.  Having the extra credits allowed me to check off some common classes that all my peers still have to take. Common core classes might overwhelm freshman, so having a jump ahead through dual credit freed up an otherwise packed first semester." 

 

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Central Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition grant program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.