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McKenzie Morrison has been involved in a wide array of activities during her time at Edison High School, including the College Credit Plus (CCP) program.

When she enrolls at Kent State University in the Nursing program, she will do so having earned 52 college credit hours that saves her family $26,000 in college tuition costs.

“I decided to take courses through the College Credit Plus program to save time and money,” Morrison said. “I also don’t have to take as many prerequisite courses at Kent State thanks to Edison High School and the teachers in the CCP program.”

Six teachers at Edison High School have expanded their expertise and earned the status of adjunct professor. Dani Carroll, Diane Sokol, Jamie Evans, Bill Koehnlein, Angela Arbogast and Ellen Swickard provide EHS students the ability to earn college credits without ever leaving the high school campus.

“Taking CCP courses prepared me for the next step in my educational journey by making me work hard and study for the grades I wanted to earn,” McKenzie said. “It has also given me a solid educational foundation for taking more advanced courses while I’m at Kent State.”

While education was important to McKenzie, she was also very involved in activities and athletics at EHS. She competed on the Wildcat volleyball, basketball, swimming and softball teams, was a member of the Beta, Spanish, Media and Calculus clubs and participated in Powder Puff football, the faculty basketball game, prom committee and Relay for Life.

“My advice to other students and parents about the CCP program at Edison is to take full advantage of the program because it will save you a lot of time and money,” Morrison said. “The College Credit Plus program and teachers at Edison have been amazing and done so much for me and my family. Thank you for this incredible opportunity Edison High School!”

State Test Scores Now Available in Progressbook

As part of our ongoing effort to keep you informed about your child’s academic progress, we want to inform you that you now have access to their state test score results through ProgressBook, our online student management system. The district believes that by having access to this information, you can better support your child’s academic journey and work collaboratively with us to ensure their success. If you have any questions or need further assistance with ProgressBook or understanding the state test scores, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your building.

Visit ProgressBook Parent Portal and navigate to “Assessment Scores” on the left hand menu to view your child’s scores.

Thank you for your continued partnership in your child’s education. Together, we can empower them to be prepared for tomorrow.