Early College

Central Community College and area high schools have partnered together to provide students with the option of earning college credit or dual credit while in high school. Regardless of your location or schedule, you can access numerous college courses as an early entry student.

College courses are offered in a variety of formats: online, televised, lecture, lab, or a combination. Students may participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at CCC campuses or centers. 

Your high school’s Career Pathways and Early College courses can be found in the tabs below.

Prior to registration, students will be asked to complete an assessment such as Asset, ACCUPLACER or ACT. Some courses require specific test scores before entry. High school students wanting to take advantage of early entry will also need to create an account. Ask your school counselor for more information.

Many early entry courses taken at Central Community College can be applied towards programs at CCC or transferred to other two-and-four year colleges and universities. For more information, see our transfer page. 

Advantages to earning CCC credit while in high school

  • Get an early start on your college education.
  • Explore career options.
  • Enhance your personal or high school achievements.
  • Take classes in your own community.
  • Be better-prepared to transition from high school to college or a career.
  • Credit can apply directly towards a degree at CCC or may transfer to another college or university.

Find Your High School

Adams Central

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Adams Central does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Adams Central students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken onine and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Adams Central Courses CCC Courses (credit)
General Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology  (4)
English 4 (Composition) ENGL 1010 English Composition (3)
English 4 (Writing and Research) ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Adams Central High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Becky Fisher
Counselor
402-463-3285 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Alma

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Alma does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Alma students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Alma Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Psychology PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Alma High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Brittney Biskup
Counselor
308-928-2131 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Amherst

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Amherst does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Amherst students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Amherst Courses CCC Courses (Credit)
College Writing  ENG 1010 English Composition I (3)
American Literature ENGL 2340 American Literature (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Amherst High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Rhonda Kohel
Counselor
402-463-3285 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Arapahoe

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Arapahoe does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Arapahoe students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Arapahoe Courses CCC Courses (Credit)
English I ENG 1010 English Composition I (3)
English II ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra  MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Applied Calculus MATH 2040 Applied Calculus (3)
Applied Statistics MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Arapahoe High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pam Breinig
Counselor
308-962-5458 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Arcadia

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Arcadia does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Arcadia students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Arcadia Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
English Composition  ENG 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Arcadia High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Mindy Conner
Counselor
308-789-6522 (main office)

Central Community College

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of ELS
308-728-3299

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-398-7581

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Aurora

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Aurora does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Aurora students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Aurora Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
Writing and Research
ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Calculus I MATH 1600 Analytic Geo/Calculus (5) *
US History

HIST 2020 American History II (3)

Visual Design

MART 1300 Visual Design (3)

* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Aurora High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Sheila Hasenkamp
Counselor
402-694-2404 / 402-694-6968 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Axtell

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Axtell does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Axtell General Education Courses
At this time, Axtell does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Axtell High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Rhonda Hoyt
Counselor
308-743-2415 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581 

Bertrand

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Bertrand does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Bertrand students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Bertrand Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Dual Credit English  ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
American Literature ENGL 2340 American Literature (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Bertrand High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kim Johnson
Counselor
308-743-2415 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Blue Hill

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Blue Hill Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Agricultural Sciences 
Agricultural Sciences-Animal Sciences AGRI 1700 Animal Science (4)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Blue Hill students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Blue Hill Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition (3)
Writing and Reserach ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
American History
(1st semester)
HIST 2010 American History I (3)
American History
(2nd semester)
HIST 2020 American History II (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Blue Hill High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Joel Hubl
Counselor
402-756-3043 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Boone Central

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Boone Central Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
Agricultural Sciences
Agricultural Sciences-Animal Sciences AGRI 1700 Animal Science (4)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Boone Central students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Boone Central Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Intro to Anthropology

ANTH 1100 Intro to Anthropology (3) *

General Biology

BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)

English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3) *
Comprehensive Medical Terminology HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Intro to Music MUSC 1010 Intro to Music (3) *
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3)
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Boone Central High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lynne Webster
Counselor
402-395-2134 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cambridge

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Cambridge does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Cambridge students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Cambridge Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Cambridge High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Cindy Burton
Counselor 
308-697-3322 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Central City

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Central City does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Central City students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Central City Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Algebra II MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus MATH 1410 Pre-Calculus (5)
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus (5)
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Central City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Deb Anderson
Counselor
308-946-3086 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Central Valley

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Central Valley does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Central Valley students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Central Valley Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Central Valley High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Amanda Shoemaker
Counselor
308-428-3145 (main office)

Central Community College

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of ELS
308-728-3299

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Centura

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Centura does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Centura students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Centura Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
English Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing & Research (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Centura High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kay Carpenter
Counselor
308-485-4258 ext. 141

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Clarkson

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Clarkson does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Clarkson students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

Clarkson Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition (3)
Introduction to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Comprehensive Med Terms HLTH 1060 Comprehansive Med Terms (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Analytic Geometry/Calc I MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry/Calc I (5)
Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Clarkson High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jennifer Kappel
Counselor
402-892-3454 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Columbus

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Columbus Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
Advanced Manufacturing Design AMDT 1030 Manual Machining (3)
Manufacturing Processes AMDT 1080 Introduction to CNC (3)
Automotive Technology 
Intro to Automotive Technology AUTO 1000 Basic Shop Practices (2)
Basic Automotive Technology AUTO 1020 Basic Shop Practices-Fasteners and Job Mgmt. (2)
Construction Technology
Principles of Construction Technology CNST 1200 Construction Safety (1)

Advanced Principles of Construction Technology

CNST 1500 Floor, Wall and Ceiling Framing (3)
Mechatronics 

Basic Electronics

INDT 1100 Concepts of Electronics I (3)
Advanced Electronics INDT 1120 Concepts of Electronics II (3)
Mechatronics I   INDT 1190 Fluid Power Systems (2)
Mechatronics II INDT 2140 Applications of Fluid Power (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Columbus students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Columbus Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Environmental Science BIOS 1060 Environmental Science (3)
Environmental Science Lab BIOS 1070 Environmental Science Lab (1)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition (3)
US History II HIST 2020 American History I (3)
Comprehensive Medical Terminology HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3) *
Technical Math MATH 1020 Technical Mathematics (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Accelerated Pre-Calculus MATH 1410 Pre-Calculus (5)
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
AP Calculus MATH 2070 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (5)
Personal Health PHED 1400 Personal Health (3) *
Into to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Columbus High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Kim Loeffelholz
Counselor

Steve Woodside
Principal
402-563-7050 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cozad

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Cozad Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Health Sciences
Health Sciences – CNA HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3)
  HLTH 1210 Medication Aide (3) 

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Cozad students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Cozad Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College English II ENGL 1020 Writing & Research (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Cozad High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Bruce Hird
Counselor
308-784-2744 (main office)

Central Community College

Ami Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cross County

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Cross County does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Cross County may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Cross County Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *

* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Cross County High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Bob Waltman
Counselor
402-764-5521 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

David City

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, David City does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, David City students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

David City Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English 12 / College Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
English 12 / Literature ENGL 2100 Writing and Research (3)
  HIST 2010 American History 1 (3) *
  SOCI 1010 American Intro to Sociology (3) *
  SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

David City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact: 
Brenda Siffring
Counselor
402-367-3187 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

David City Aquinas

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, David City Aquinas does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, David City Aquinas students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

David City Aquinas Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Online PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

David City Aquinas High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Dave McMahon
Principal

John Svec
Counselor
402-367-3175 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Doniphan-Trumbull

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Doniphan-Trumbull does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Doniphan-Trumbull General Education Courses
At this time, Doniphan-Trumbull does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Doniphan-Trumbull High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Nikki Sjuts
Counselor
402-845-6531 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

East Butler

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, East Butler does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, East Butler students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

East Butler Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Online ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics (3) *
Technical Math MATH 1020 Technical Math (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
Basic Medical Terminology HLTH 1030 Basic Medical Terms (2)
Online PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

East Butler High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lana Robinson
Counselor
402-545-2081 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elba

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Elba does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Elba General Education Courses
At this time, Elba does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Elba High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Maria Montemagni
Counselor
308-863-2228 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elm Creek

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Elm Creek does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Elm Creek students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Elm Creek Courses CCC Credit (credit)
English I ENGL 1010 English Composition (3)
English II ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Elm Creek High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melanie Klingelhoefer
Counselor
308-856-4300 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elwood

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Elwood does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Elwood General Education Courses
At this time, Elwood does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Elwood High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Danielle Carpenter
Counselor
308-785-2491 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Franklin

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Franklin does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Franklin General Education Courses
At this time, Franklin does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Franklin High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kelsey Hanshaw
Counselor
308-425-6283 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Fullerton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Fullerton does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Fullerton students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Fullerton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Composition 101 ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Composition 102

ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Online HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Fullerton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jordan Wetovick
Counselor
308-536-2431 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Gibbon

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Gibbon does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. Gibbon students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Gibbon Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Gibbon High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kerri Waddle
Counselor
308-468-5721 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Giltner

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Giltner does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Giltner students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Giltner Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3) *
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online. 

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Giltner High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Emily Hoegh
Counselor
402-849-2238 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Gothenburg

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Gothenburg does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Gothenburg students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Gothenburg Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College Algebra

MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact
Gothenburg High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jerry Wiggins
Counselor
308-537-3651 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Grand Island Central Catholic

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, GICC does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, GICC students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Grand Island Central Catholic Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Comprehensive Medical Terminology HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Calculus I MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Grand Island Central Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Julie Hehnke
Counselor
308-384-2440 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Grand Island Northwest

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses 

Grand Island Northwest Courses CCC Courses (credit)
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
Construction Safety CNST 1200 Construction Safety (1) 
Residential Components CNST 1400 Residential Components (2)
Residential Framing CNST 1500 Residential Framing (3)
Residential Exteriors CNST 1600 Residential Exteriors (3)
Residential Interiors CNST 1700 Residential Interiors (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Grand Island Northwest students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Grand Island Northwest Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Macoeconomics ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
Microeconomics ECON 2120 Microeconomics (3)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Calculus I MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
Applied Stats MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3)
Physics PHYS 1410 General Physics (5)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Grand Island Northwest High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Lori Merritt
Counselor

Andy Manhart
Counselor
308-385-6394 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Grand Island Senior High

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

Career Pathway Courses

Grand Island Senior High Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology 
Manufacturing Metals I AMDT 1000 Blue Print Reading (3)
  AMDT 1010 Precision Measurement and Safety (3)
Advanced Manufacturing Metals II AMDT 1030 Manual Machining (3)
  AMDT 1080 Introduction to CNC (3)
Automotive Technology
Auto Tech I AUTO 1000 Basic Shop Practices (2)
  AUTO 1020 Basic Shop Practices-Fasteners and Job Management (2)
  AUTO 1100 Automotive Electrical Systems (3)
Auto Tech II AUTO 1200 Manual Transmissions and Clutches (2)
  AUTO 1800 Brakes, Steering, Suspension, Alignment and Tire Balancing I (3)
Construction Technology
  CNST 1200 Construction Safety (1)
  CNST 1400 Residential Components (2)
  CNST 1500 Residential Framing (3)
  CNST 1600 Residential Exteriors (3)
  CNST 1700 Residential Interiors (3)
Drafting and Design Technology
Engineering/Drafting I DSGN 1020 CAD Fundamentals (3)
  DSGN 1200 Structural Steel Detailing I (3)
  DSGN 1400 Manufacturing Design Documentation (3)
  DSGN 1610 Architectural Design (3)
 Health Sciences
Nurse Assistant Certification HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3)
Information Technology
IT Fundamentals INFO 1100 Intro to Information Technology and Systems (3) *
  INFO 1600 IT Support (3) *
  INFO 1670 IT Essentials (3)
 Cisco I INFO 1760 Cisco I – Introduction to Network Systems (3)
 Cisco II INFO 1770 Cisco II – Routing and Switching (3)
Welding Technology
Introduction to Welding WELD 1250 Blueprint Reading (3)
  WELD 1300 Oxyacetylene Welding I (3)
  WELD 1320 Cutting (2)
  WELD 1450 Gas Metal Arc Welding I (3)
  WELD 1460 Gas Metal Arc Welding II (2)
  WELD 2480 Flux-Cored & Submerged Arc Welding (3)
 Welding/Fabrication II WELD 1470 Shield Metal Arc Welding I (2)
  WELD 1480 Shield Metal Arc Welding II (2)
* Classes commonly taken online.

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, GISH students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Grand Island Senior High Courses CCC Courses (credit)
CCC English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
CCC Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
CCC Intro to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
CCC World Civilizations to 1500 HIST 1700 World Civilizations to 1500 (3)
CCC World Civilizations After 1500 HIST 1710 World Civilizations After 1500 (3)
CCC College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
CCC Stats Prob Applied MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3)
CCC American Government POLS 1000 American Government (3)
CCC Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Grand Island Senior High School

Career Pathways Contact:
Dan Phillips
CPI Coordinator 
308-385-5601 (CPI Building)

General Education Contact:
Melissa Luthi
Counselor
308-385-5950 (GISH main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Hampton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Hampton does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Hampton students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Hampton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Hampton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jan Ediger
Counselor
402-725-3117 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Harvard

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Harvard Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Construction Technology
Shop CNST 1200 Construction Safety (1)
Shop CNST 1400 Residential Components (2)
Shop CNST 1500 Residential Framing (3)
Shop CNST 1600 Residentail Exteriors (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Harvard students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Harvard Courses CCC Courses (credit)
General Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
Comprehensive Medical Terminology  HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Harvard High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Michaela Bourn
Counselor
402-772-2171 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Hastings

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Hastings Courses CCC Credit (credit)
AdvANCED Manufacturing Design Technology
  AMDT 1000 Blue Print Reading (3)
  AMDT 1010 Precision Measurement and Safety (3)
 

AMDT 1030 Manual Machining (3)

  AMDT 1080 Introduction to CNC (3)
Automotive Technology 
Intro to Transportation AUTO 1000 Basic Shop Practices (2)
Intro to Transportation AUTO 1020 Basic Shop Practices-Fasteners and Job Management (2)
Vocational Autos AUTO 1100 Automotive Electrical Systems I (3)
Vocational Autos AUTO 1200 Manual Transmissions and Clutches (2)
Vocational Autos AUTO 1800 Brakes, Steering, Suspension and Tire Balancing I (3)
Drafting and Design Technology 
Arch Drafting/Design DSGN 1020 CAD Fundamentals (3)
Arch Drafting/Design  DSGN 1610 Architectural Design (3)
Engineering Applications DSGN 1400 Manufacturing Design Documentation (3)
Engineering Applications DSGN 1430 Parametric Design: SolidWorks (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Hastings students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Hastings Courses CCC Courses (credit)
American Government POLS 1000 American Government (3)
Communications Arts SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Hastings High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Scott Enberg
Counselor
402-461-7550 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Hastings Saint Cecilia

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Hastings Saint Cecilia does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Hastings Saint Cecilia General Education Courses
At this time, Saint Cecilia does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Hastings Saint Cecilia High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Molly Dyer
Counselor
402-462-2105 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Heartland Lutheran

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Heartland Lutheran does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Heartland Lutheran students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Heartland Lutheran Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3)
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3)
These classes are taken at CCC-Grand Island.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Heartland Lutheran High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact: 
Tammi Johnson
Counselor
308-385-3900 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

High Plains

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, High Plains does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, High Plains students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

High Plains Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Intro to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (5)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

High Plains High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:

John Kucera
Counselor

Cameron Hudson
Principal
402-765-3331 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Holdrege

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Holdrege does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Holdrege students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Holdrege Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English I ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College English II ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Holdrege High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pat Nelson
Guidance office assistant/learning center manager
308-995-6558 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Howells-Dodge

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Howells-Dodge does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Howells-Dodge students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Howells-Dodge Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Introduction to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3)
Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Howells-Dodge High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pam Basata
Counselor
402-986-1621 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Humphrey

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Humphrey does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Humphrey students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Humphrey Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Introduction to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Calculus

MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)

Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Humphrey High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Cami Oelsligle
Counselor
402-923-1230 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

At CCC - Kearney Center, courses indicated with an asterisk (*) are for dual credit. At Kearney High School, all courses listed on this chart are for dual credit.

Career Pathway Courses at CCC - Kearney Center

Kearney High Courses
CCC Courses (credit)
Advanced Manufacturing Design TechNOLOGY
Early College

AMDT 1000 Blue Print Reading (3)

Early College

AMDT 1010 Precision Measurement and Safety (3)

Early College AMDT 1030 Manual Machining (3)
Early College AMDT 1080 Introduction to CNC (3)
Business Technology
Early College

BTEC 1200 Workplace Professionalism (3)

Health Sciences
Health Occupations HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3) *
Mechatronics
Early College INDT 1100 Concepts of Electronics I (3)
Early College INDT 1170 Fluid Power Fundamentals (3)
Early College INDT 1180 Fundamentals of Mechanical Systems (3)
Early College INDT 1220 Control Systems (5)
* Class is offered for dual credit.

Career Pathway Courses at Kearney High School

Kearney High Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Automotive Technology
Transportation I AUTO 1000 Basic Shop Practices (2)
Transportation I AUTO 1020 Basic Shop Practices-Fasteners and Job Management (2)
Transportation II AUTO 1100 Automotive Electrical Systems (3)
Transportation III AUTO 1200 Manual Transmissions and Clutches (2)
Transportation III AUTO 1800 Brakes, Steering, Suspension and Tire Balancing I (3)
Construction Technology 
KHS Construction Technology A & B CNST 1200 Construction Safety (1)
KHS Construction Technology A & B  CNST 1400 Residential Components (2)
KHS Construction Technology A & B CNST 1500 Residential Framing (3)
KHS Construction Technology A & B CNST 1600 Residential Exteriors (3)
KHS Construction Technology A & B CNST 1700 Residential Interiors (3)
Information Technology 
 Information Technology III INFO 1120 Microcomputer Applications (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Kearney students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

At CCC - Kearney Center, courses indicated with an asterisk (*) are for dual credit. At Kearney High School, all courses listed on this chart are for dual credit.

General Education Courses at CCC - Kearney Center

Kearney High Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Early College ACCT 1100 Small Business Accounting (3)
Early College ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting (3)
Early College             BIOS 2250 General Anatomy and Physiology I (4)
Early College CHEM 1000 Basic Concepts of Chemistry (2)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Early College PHED 1400 Personal Health (3)
Early College PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3)
Early College SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3)
Early College SOCI 2010 Social Problems (3)
Early College SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)
* Class is offered for dual credit.

General Education Courses at Kearney High School

Kearney High Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Entrepreneurship ENTR 1050  Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
Occupational Math MATH 1050 Occupational Math (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for recommended acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account

Early College Registration Form

(Dual-credit Registration Form)

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Kearney High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Angie Fransk
Career Education Coordinator
308-698-8021 (direct line)
308-698-8060 (main office)

Central Community College

Dr. Kelly Christensen
Dean of Training and Kearney Center Administrator
308-338-4002

Angela Smith
Early College Specialist
308-338-4011

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney Catholic

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Kearney Catholic does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Kearney Catholic students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Kearney Catholic Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

This course is not dual credit.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Kearney Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jessie Kaskie
Counselor
308-234-2610 (main office)

Central Community College

Dr. Kelly Christensen
Dean of Training and Kearney Administrator
308-338-4002

Angela Smith
Early College Specialist
308-338-4011

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney West

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Kearney West does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Kearney West General Education Courses
At this time, Kearney West does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Kearney West High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Angela Cavill
Counselor

John McArthur
Principal
308-338-2011 (main office)

Central Community College

Dr. Kelly Christensen
Dean of Training and Kearney Administrator
308-338-4002

Angela Smith
Early College Specialist
308-338-4011

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kenesaw

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Kenesaw does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Kenesaw General Education Courses
At this time, Kenesaw does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Kenesaw High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Chuck Roe
Counselor
402-752-3215 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lakeview

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Lakview Courses CCC Courses (credit)
welding technology
Cutting WELD 1320 Cutting (2)
Gas Metal Arc Welding I WELD 1450 Gas Metal Arc Welding I (3)
Gas Metal Arc Welding II WELD 1460 Gas Metal Arc Welding II (2)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Lakeview students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Lakeview Courses CCC Courses (credit)
General Biology

BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)

College English

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

College English ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
College Algebra

MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

Sociology

SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3)

Public Speaking

SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Lakeview High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Paige Rambour
Counselor

Steve Borer
Principal
402-564-8518 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lawrence-Nelson

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Lawrence-Nelson Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Agricultural Sciences 
 

AGRI 1030 Intro to Ag and Natural Resources (3)

  AGRI 1260 Intro to Precision Agriculture (3)
 

AGRI 1310 Plant Science (3)

  AGRI 1350 Plant Science Lab (1)
 

AGRI 1700 Animal Science (4)

 

AGRI 2010 AG Enterprise Management (4)

 

AGRI 2560 Legal Aspects in Agriculture (3)

Advanced Manufacturing Design TechNOLOGY
  AMDT 1010 Precision Measurement and Safety (3)
 

AMDT 1030 Manual Machine (3)

Business, Marketing and Management 
  ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting I (3)
 

BSAD 1050 Introduction to Business (3)

  BSAD 2520 Principles of Marketing (3)
  ENTR 1050 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
Construction Technology
 

CNST 1290 Construction Safety (1)

  CNST 1500 Floor, Wall and Ceiling Framing (3)
Drafting and Design Technology
 

DSGN 1020 CAD Fundamentals (3)

 

DSGN 1430 Parametric Design: Solidworks (3)

 

DSGN 1450 Parametric Design: Inventor (3)

Health Sciences
  HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3)
 

HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3)

 

NUTR 1470 Nutrition (3)

Information Technology
  INFO 1120 Microcomputer Applications (3)
Media Arts
  MART 1200 Electronic Illustration (3)
  MART 1210 Layout and Design I (3)
  MART 1300 Visual Design I (3)
 

MART 1360 Intro to Graphic Arts (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Lawrence-Nelson students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Lawrence-Nelson Courses CCC Courses (credit)
General Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
Structure and Function of Human Body I BIOS 1250 Structure and Function of Human Body I (2)
Intro to Professional Education EDUC 1110 Intro to Professional Education (3)
English Composition I

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Applied Calculus MATH 2040 Applied Calculus (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3)
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Lawrence-Nelson High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Connie Porter
Counselor
402-225-3371 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Leigh

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Leigh does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Leigh students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indiciated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Leigh Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
College Math MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
College Statistics MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3)
Online MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music (3) *
Online PHED 1400 Personal Health (3) *
Online PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Leigh High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Karen Hillen
Counselor
402-487-2228 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lexington

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Lexington Courses CCC Courses (Credit)
Automotive Technology
 

AUTO 1000 Basic Shop Principles (2)

  AUTO 1020 Basic Shop Practices-Fasteners and Job Management (2)
  AUTO 1100 Automotive Electrical Systems I (3)
  AUTO 1200 Manual Transmissions and Clutches (2)
  AUTO 1800 Brakes, Suspension, Alignment and Tire Balancing I (3)
Health Sciences 
Nursing Assistant HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Lexington students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Lexington Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Advanced Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
College Algebra

MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

Intro to Music MUSC 1010 Intro to Music (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Lexington High School

Career Pathways and General Education contact:
Cyndi Hoyt
Counselor
308-324-4691 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lindsay Holy Family

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Lindsay Holy Family does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Lindsay Holy Family students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Lindsay Holy Family Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English 12

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Intro to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Online MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
Online MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Lindsay Holy Family High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Darci Lindgren
Teacher

Mollie Kriz
Teacher

Rachel Miller
Teacher
402-428-3455 or 402-428-3215 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Litchfield

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Litchfield does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Litchfield students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Litchfield Courses  CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Litchfield High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Susan Poland
Counselor
308-446-2244 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Loomis

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Loomis Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Business Technology 
MS Office Word BTEC 1710 Word Specialist (2)
MS Office Word Cert.

BTEC 2310 MS Word Specialist Cert. Prep (1)

MS Office Excel BTEC 1720 Excel Specialist (2)
MS Office Excel Cert.

BTEC 2320 MS Excel Specialist Cert. Prep (1)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Loomis students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Loomis Courses CCC Courses
General Medical Terminology HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3)
College Algebra

MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Loomis High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Linda Wells
Counselor
308-876-2111 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Loup City

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Loup City does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Loup City students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Loup City Courses  CCC Courses (Credit)
Intro to Psychology

PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *

Intro to Sociology

SOCI  1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *

Speech

SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *

* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Loup City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Brenda Gregory
Counselor
308-745-0548 (main office)

Central Community College

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of ELS
308-728-3299

Karin Reiger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Minden

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Minden does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Minden General Education Courses
At this time, Minden does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Minden High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jeffrey Horner
Counselor
308-832-2254 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Nebraska Christian

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Nebraska Christian does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses 

Nebraska Christian Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Online ENGL 1010 English Comp;osition I (3) *
Online HIST 1000 Western Civ to 1700 (3) *
Online HIST 2010 American History I (3) *
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (5)
Online PHED 1400 Personal Health (3) *
Online PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Online PSYC 2890 Developmental Psychology (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Nebraska Christian High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Larry Schreiber
Counselor

Gib Killion
Counselor
308-946-3836 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Ord

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Ord does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Ord students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Ord Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Macro Economics ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
Micro Economics ECON 2120 Principles of Microeconomics (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Ord High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lana Kruml
Counselor

Mark Hagge
Principal
308-728-3241 (main office)

Central Community College

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of ELS
308-728-3299

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Osceola

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Osceola does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Osceola students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Osceola Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
Introduction to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Online NUTR 1810 Nutrition (3) *
Online PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Osceola High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Emily Reese
Counselor
402-747-3121

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Overton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Overton does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Ord students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Overton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Environmental Science BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
  BIOS 1250 Structure and Function of Human Body I (2)
  BIOS 1260 Structure and Function of Human Body II (2)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Overton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Brian Fleischman
Principal
308-987-2424

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Palmer

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

At this time, Palmer does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Palmer students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Palmer Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Online ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3) *
Online ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3) *
Online HIST 2010 American History I (3) *
Online MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Online MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3) *
Online MUSC 1010 Introduction to to Music (3) *
Online PSYC 1010 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Palmer High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Denise Bruland
Counselor
308-894-3065 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Pleasanton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Pleasanton does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Pleasanton students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Pleasanton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English I ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College English II

ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)

College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Pleasanton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Lana Kruml
Counselor

Mark Hagge
Principal
308-388-2041 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Ravenna

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Ravenna does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Ravenna students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Ravenna Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Ravenna High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Angie Drahota
Counselor
308-452-3249 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Red Cloud

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Red Cloud does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Red Cloud students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Red Cloud Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Online / Web SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Red Cloud High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Robin Peterson
Counselor
402-746-2818 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Robert Glenn
Early College Specialist
402-460-2163

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Riverside Public

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Riverside Public does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Riverside Public General Education Courses
At this time, Riverside Public does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Riverside Public High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Tammi Metz
Counselor
308-358-0640 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Edward

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Saint Edward does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Saint Edward students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Saint Edward Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Online

BSAD 1050 Introduction to Business (3) *

English Composition

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Writing and Research

ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)

College Algebra

MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

Online

SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *

* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Saint Edward High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kathy Cruise
Counselor
402-678-2282 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Francis

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Saint Francis does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Saint Francis students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Saint Francis Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Saint Francis High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melissa (Missy) Braun
Counselor
402-230-0818 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Paul

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Saint Paul does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Saint Paul students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Saint Paul Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Applied Stats MATH 2170 Applied Statistics (3)
Physics PHYS 1410 General Physics I (5)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Saint Paul High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Mark VanPelt
Counselor
308-754-4433 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sandy Creek

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathway Courses

Sandy Creek Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Agricultural Sciences
 

AGRI 1030 Intro to Agriculture and Natural Resources (3)

  AGRI 1260 Intro to Precision Agriculture (3)
  AGRI 1310 Plant Science (3)
 

AGRI 1700 Animal Science (4)

 

AGRI 2010 AG Enterprise Management (4)

 

AGRI 2560 Legal Aspects in Agriculture (3)

Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  AMDT 1010 Precision Measurement and Safety (3)
 

AMDT 1030 Manual Machine (3)

Business, Marketing and Management
  ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting I (3)
 

BSAD 1050 Introduction to Business (3)

  BSAD 2520 Principles of Marketing (3)
  ENTR 1050 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
Construction Technology
 

CNST 1290 Construction Safety (1)

  CNST 1500 Floor, Wall and Ceiling Framing (3)
Drafting and Design Technology
 

DSGN 1020 CAD Fundamentals (3)

 

DSGN 1430 Parametric Design: Solidworks (3)

 

DSGN 1450 Parametric Design: Inventor (3)

Health Sciences
  HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3)
 

HLTH 1200 Nursing Assistant (3)

 

NUTR 1470 Nutrition (3)

Information Technology
  INFO 1120 Microcomputer Applications (3)
Media Arts
  MART 1200 Electronic Illustration (3)
  MART 1210 Layout and Design I (3)
  MART 1300 Visual Design I (3)
 

MART 1360 Intro to Graphic Arts (3)

 General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Sandy Creek students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Sandy Creek Courses CCC Courses (credit)
General Biology BIOS 1010 General Biology (4)
Structure and Function of Human Body I BIOS 1250 Structure and Function of Human Body I (2)
Intro to Professional Education EDUC 1110 Intro to Professional Education (3)
English Composition I

ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)

Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Applied Calculus MATH 2040 Applied Calculus (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3)
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Sandy Creek High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Shandi Bettasso
Counselor
402-726-2151 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Schuyler

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

Schuyler Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Business, Marketing and Management 
Introduction to Business BSAD 1050 Introduction to Business (3)
Introduction to Entrepreneurship ENTR 1050 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Schuyler students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Schuyler Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition I ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Online HUMS 1100 Introduction to Humanities (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Online POLS 1000 American Government (3) *
Online PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Schuyler High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Amy Johnson
Counselor

Jared Severson
Registrar

402-352-2421 (main office)


Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Scotus Central Catholic

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Scotus Central Catholic does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Scotus Central Catholic students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Scotus Central Catholic Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Accelerated English 12 ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
AP Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
Online PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3) *
Online SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3) *
Online SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Scotus Central Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pam Weir
Counselor
402-564-7165 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Shelby-Rising

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Shelby-Rising does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Shelby-Rising students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Shelby-Rising Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Online ENGL 1020 Writing & Research (3) *
Introduction to Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology (3)
Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3)
Public Speaking SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry MATH 1410 Pre-Calculus (3)
Calculus MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Shelby-Rising High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Sandy Voss
Counselor
402-527-5946 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Shelton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Shelton does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Shelton students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are offered online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Shelton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3) *
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3) *
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes offered online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Shelton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Tabitha Burmood
Counselor
308-647-5459 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Silver Lake

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Silver Lake does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Silver Lake students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Silver Lake Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English 12A ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Literature ENGL 2100 Introduction to Literature (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Silver Lake High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Chris Sluka
Counselor
402-756-6611 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Southern Valley

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Southern Valley does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Southern Valley students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Southern Valley Courses CCC Courses (credits)
College Chemistry CHEM 1050 General Chemistry (4)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Southern Valley High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melinda Hunt
Counselor
308-868-2222 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Spalding Academy

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Spalding Academy does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Spalding Academy General Education Courses
At this time, Spalding Academy does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Spalding Academy

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Joan McManaman
Counselor
308-497-2105 (main office)

Central Community College

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of ELS
308-728-3299

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
College English II ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Roger Doug
Counselor
308-752-2925 (main office)

Central Community College

Amy Hill
Regional Director of ELS
308-324-8485

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Superior

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Superior does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Superior students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Superior Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Superior High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jackie Porter
Counselor
402-879-3257 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sutton

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Sutton does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Sutton students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Sutton Courses CCC Courses (credit)
College English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
American Literature ENGL 2340 American Literature (3)
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Applied Statistics MATH 2020 Applied Statistics (3)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Sutton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Sharon Zoucha
Counselor
402-773-4303 (main office)

Central Community College

Marni Danhauer
Associate Dean of ELS
402-461-2430

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Twin River

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Twin River does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Twin River students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

General Education Courses

Twin River Courses CCC Courses (credit)
Honors English ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Geometry and Calculus I MATH 1600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Twin River High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Dan Koziol
Counselor

Betty Shanle
Teacher
402-993-2911 (main office)

Central Community College

Christopher Fisher
Regional Director of ELS
402-562-1222

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of ELS
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Wilcox-Hildreth

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Wilcox-Hildreth does not offer any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to General Education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are General Education courses currently available at your school.

General Education Courses 

Wilcox-Hildreth General Education Courses
At this time, Wilcox-Hildreth does not participate in on-site CCC General Education courses. However, students may choose from a wide variety of online courses at CCC working toward a degree or for transfer to another college.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Wilcox-Hildreth High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Hana Mach
Counselor
308-478-5265 (main office)

Central Community College

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-995-6102

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Wood River

If you are a high school junior or senior and at least 16 years old, you can earn college credit now through CCC’s Early College course offerings.

Career Pathways

Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn high school and college credit. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

Students may take a sequence of college courses while in high school, which could lead to a CCC certificate upon completion.

CCC tuition applies to Career Pathway courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are Career Pathway courses currently available at your school. Certain pathways may change due to course curriculum updates.

Career Pathways Courses

At this time, Wood River does not participate in any Career Pathway courses. Ask your school counselor if any of these Career Pathways could be offered at your school.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology
  • Agriculture Sciences
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Business, Marketing and Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Media Arts
  • Welding Technology

General Education

General Education courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students will earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit courses.

CCC tuition applies to general education courses. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor.

Listed below are general education courses currently available at your school. In addition, Wood River students may also choose from a variety of online courses to work toward a degree at CCC or for transfer to another college.

Classes indicated with an asterisk (*) are commonly taken online and may be available for dual credit.

General Education Courses

Wood River Courses CCC Courses (credit)
English Composition ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3)
Writing and Research ENGL 1020 Writing and Research (3)
American History II HIST 2020 American History II (3)
Comprehensive Medical Terminology HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (3) *
College Algebra MATH 1150 College Algebra (3)
Intro to Psychology PSYC 1810 Intro fo Psychology (3) *
Intro to Sociology SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) *
Speech SPCH 1110 Public Speaking (3) *
* Classes commonly taken online.

College classes are taught on-line, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at our campuses and centers.

Students are required to take a pre-enrollment assessment of Accuplacer or ACT. Check with your guidance counselor for current minimum acceptance scores.

Transferability of Early College courses are determined by the receiving institution. Central Community College transcripts can be sent to any college upon the student’s request.

Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To get started, please Create Account.

Early College Registration Form

Students will need to complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in any General Education or Career Pathway courses. These applications will be provided by CCC’s Extended Learning Services offices or by your school counselor.

Contact

Wood River High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lisa Boucher
Counselor
308-583-2249 (main office)

Central Community College

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of ELS
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581