As you consider educational options for your student’s high school years, you may come across an option called College Credit Plus (CCP) or Dual Enrollment through a local college or university. One the surface it appears to be a tremendous opportunity. However, consider the following points carefully as you weigh this option for educating your high school student:
CCP or Dual Enrollment will not provide a Christian high school education.
CCP or Dual Enrollment will not facilitate significant involvement in your child’s life and education or present opportunity for teachable moments.
CCP or Dual Enrollment often does not live up to the promise of providing academic challenge.
CCP or Dual Enrollment grades go on your child’s college transcript.
CCP or Dual Enrollment may not be accepted at your student’s ultimate college choice.
CCP or Dual Enrollment is not realistic preparation for life.
CCP or Dual Enrollment will not equip your student to live as a Christian and provide the tools to make biblically grounded decisions.
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Read the below article by Patrick Deneen, a university professor, to be encouraged to stay in the Humanities Core classes at PEP throughout high school.
As part of the Core F Rhetoric/Composition and Literary Analysis course, your student will have the opportunity to write their college entrance essay and receive feedback from their tutor!