College Credit Plus
Every student in the state of Ohio has the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges and universities for FREE through the College Credit Plus program.
In many districts around the state, students have to leave the comforts of their high school classroom behind for unfamiliar setting of a college classroom. That’s not the case, however, for students in the Edison Local School District.
Thanks to the efforts and vision of six Edison High School staff members, Wildcats no longer have to leave campus to earn college credits! Dani Carroll, Derek Gulling, Jamie Evans, Bill Koehnlein, Angela Arbogast, Megan Evans and Ellen Swickard received additional training and education to earn the status of adjunct professors. These seven teachers make it possible for Wildcats to earn college credits and accumulate large savings in college tuition costs.
Additionally, students have the opportunity to earn college credits through the Jefferson County Joint Vocational School. Regardless of the path, the Edison Local School District is committed to helping Wildcats embrace excellence and achieve success in all aspects of their lives.