In addition to our college and workforce training programs, Columbus State offers
a variety of programs aimed at K-12 students. High school and homeschool students
can earn college credit prior to their high school graduation/homeschool completion.
Students with Career -Technical high school programs can also receive college credit
through their program.
High school programs
College Credit Plus - This program allows qualified high school students to enroll in degree-oriented
college-level courses taught at their high school, online, or at one of Columbus State's
campuses or regional learning centers.
Career-Technical - Many students in a Career-Technical high school program qualify to receive college
credit for their studies.
College Prep Math - The College Prep Math course is a new approach to learning. Instead of learning
in the traditional classroom, students are pretested and placed into the course at
the level that is right for them. From there, they work through a series of online
modules, progressing at their own pace, and practicing skills in class and at home
through a combination of online tools and instructor support.
K-8 Enrichment Programs
Upward Bound: Prepares low-income high school students for college work.