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Post secondary enrollment options program pseop presented by maridi gurtsak ofhs counselor mgurtsak ofcs net

Post-Secondary Enrollment OptionsProgram (PSEOP)Presented by:Maridi GurtsakOFHS Counselor [email protected]


Post secondary enrollment options program

Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program

  • Earn both high school and college credit

  • All tuition, fees and books are paid for

  • Provides expanded opportunities for high school students to experience college-level coursework

  • Supplements the high school curriculum


Eligibility

Eligibility

  • Must be enrolled at OFHS

  • Maximum of four years participation

  • Must be admitted to the college

  • State requirement: student must have a 3.0 in the subject area in which they wish to take a course


Baldwin wallace university

Baldwin Wallace University

  • Juniors and Seniors must have 3.5+ GPA and 24 ACT/ 1100 SAT on critical reading and math

  • Equivalent PLAN or PSAT scores will be accepted

  • Priority scheduling is given to Baldwin Wallace students first

  • Deadline is May 1st ($25 application fee and essay)


Cleveland state university

Cleveland State University

  • CSU requires a 3.4 GPA for sophomores, juniors and seniors.

  • 22 ACT (or PLAN) on each section AND 22 Composite, or 520 SAT on each section (critical reading and math)

  • Deadline to apply is May 1st ($30 application fee)

  • Courses are based on space available


Lorain county community college

Lorain County Community College

  • Freshmen should have a 3.9 GPA

  • Sophomores should have a 3.7 GPA

  • Juniors should have a 3.5 GPA

  • Seniors should have a 3.0 GPA

  • English and math placement tests are required

  • Deadline is June 15th

  • Information Night: February 19th 6:30-8:00pm LCCC Spitzer Conference Center


Cuyahoga community college

Cuyahoga Community College

  • 3.5 GPA for freshmen and sophomores

  • 3.0 GPA for juniors and seniors

  • Math and English placement tests are required

  • 21 Math and 20 English ACT scores allow you to waive placement tests

  • You are encouraged to apply by April 16th, but have until 30 days prior to the start of the semester

  • Information night: Wednesday, March 6th at the Tri-C Westshore Campus. Registration begins at 5:45pm

  • [email protected] 216-987-5884.


High school procedures

High School Procedures

  • Students schedule full or part-time

  • Total schedule cannot exceed 8 credits

  • Summer courses are not available

  • Honors courses at the college are not awarded honors weight at the high school

  • Comparable credit for comparable coursework

  • Courses will become part of high school transcript and count in GPA and ranking

  • Grade issued once books/materials are returned to college


Student parent responsibilities

Student/Parent Responsibilities

  • Must pay for course if you withdraw or fail a course.

  • Transportation

  • Courses must be non-sectarian

  • Student must meet college performance standards

  • Student must complete graduation requirements


Advantages

Advantages

  • Expands educational opportunities

  • Allows students to become familiar with college curriculum

  • Allows for dual credit at no cost

  • Course Applicability Website www.transfer.org

  • Possibility of earning an Associate’s Degree & high school diploma simultaneously

  • Access to all college services


Disadvantages

Disadvantages

  • Athletics and activities may be affected

  • Communication with OFHS can be limited

  • Transportation

  • Return to OFHS midyear is difficult

  • College calendar/breaks are different

  • Socialization issues with older students

  • Receiving school decides whether to issue college credit for PSEOP coursework

  • General increase in student responsibility

  • May affect GPA and class rank


Steps to participate in pseo

Steps to Participate in PSEO

  • Turn in ‘Intent to Participate’ form by March 1, 2013 to your school counselor

  • Apply to the college-take necessary placement tests

  • Once admitted, schedule a mandatory meeting with your counselor and parents during the month of March/April to discuss individual scheduling issues

  • Finalize OFHS/college schedule by June


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