​Deadlines for 2017-2018​:

Fall 2017 Begins Monday, September 25th
Student Paperwork Due:  Friday, September 8th
All students need to be registered: Wednesday, September 13th
Important Registration Dates
Previous Students can begin registration: Tuesday, May 23rd
New Students can begin registration: Wednesday, August 2nd

Winter 2018 Begins Monday, January 8th
Student Paperwork Due:  Friday, December 1st
All students need to be registered: Friday, December 8th
Important Registration Dates
Previous Students can begin registration: Tuesday, November 28th
New Students can begin registration: Tuesday, December 5th

Spring 2018 Begins Monday, April 2nd
Student Paperwork Due:  Friday, March 16th
All students need to be registered: Friday, March 23rd
Important Registration Dates
Previous Students can begin registration: Tuesday, March 13th
New Students can begin registration: Tuesday, March 20th​​

To enroll, you must
complete all of the requirements on the Chemeketa Community College web site which include the following steps: 

For your first semester:

1. Complete the
Underage Admission Application and submit to teacher.  You will then receive a "K" number.
2. When you have your K number, apply to Chemeketa for admission:
3. Take your placement tests in reading, writing, and math: This link includes a "prepare in advance" link, as well as locations of the testing centers and an explanation of the reason for the exam.
4. View the new student orientation; attend a new student advising session; 
register for classes according to the academic plan created by you, your teacher, and your principal.
5. Fill out the
Master Application for specific course approval.
6. Purchase textbooks when notified that your account is ready in the book store.

Every subsequent semester:

1. Fill out the Master Application.
2. Purchase textbooks when notified that your account is ready in the book store.

Click on this link to go directly to the Chemeketa Community College
New Student page.

Both the Underage Admission Application and the Master Application should be turned in to Jesse Eisenschmidt at for submission to the college.


Deadlines for 2017-2018

Fall 2017

​Class Schedule Available Online: May 18th

Registration Begins: May 23rd

Classes Begin: September 25th

Last Day to Drop Classes: October 6th

Winter 2018

​Class Schedule Available Online: November 9th
Registration Begins: November 14th
Classes Begin: January 8th
Last Day to Drop Classes: January 19th

Spring 2017

​Class Schedule Available Online: February 22nd
Registration Begins: February 27th
Classes Begin: April 2nd
Last Day to Drop Classes: April 13th

2017-18 Important Dates at CCC for Expanded Options Students

Textbook Requisition Policy

Expanded Options Student Checklist

​Expanded Options Participation Form

​Clackamas Brochure

Clackamas Student Resources​​

Sheridan AllPrep

INFO +1-503-843-9330



Sophia is an online early college program hosted though Edgenuity and run by college professors.  Students have one semester to complete each college course and most courses required a proctored final exam.  Please contact your teacher when you are ready to schedule a course.

​The following dual credit courses are available online:

Accounting - 3 semester credits
Approaches to Studying Religions - 3 semester credits
College Algebra - 4 semester credits
Conflict Resolution- 3 semester credits
Human Biology - 3 semester credits
Introduction to Art History - 3 semester credits
Introduction to Psychology - 3 semester credits
Introduction to Sociology - 3 semester credits
Introduction to Statistics - 4 semester credits
Macroeconomics - 3 semester credits
Microeconomics - 3 semester credits
Project Management - 3 semester credits
Visual Communications - 3 semester credits

If you are interested in dual credit courses, please inform your teacher or principal.

Early college is an opportunity for high school students who want to earn high school credit and college credit simultaneously. Students take classes through Chemeketa Community College, Portland Community College, Clackamas Community College, or Sophia (online) and earn credits toward high school graduation.  High School juniors and seniors may take a full load of 12 credits with teacher approval.  Freshmen and sophomores will typically be enrolled in only one college course at a time and require administrative approval.

Sheridan AllPrep Academy will pay college tuition and fees for up to 12 credits each term, pending budget approval.  Juniors and seniors may choose to take more than 12 credits; however the financial responsibility for additional credits will belong to the student and family.  School funding for early college is dependent on the current school budget and may be withdrawn upon notice from the school.

To enroll in Early College, students must have grades of C or better (70% or higher) in all of their current classes.  For mid-year registration, students must have been enrolled with us for a minimum of one college quarter (approximately three full months) prior to taking early college courses.

All early college courses must count toward the requirements for a high school diploma.  College courses can be taken on any community college campus.  Students who choose to take online college courses (other than Sophia) must pay the extra expense for those courses.

Student and Parent Responsibilities:

Before registering for any classes, you must meet with your teacher to determine the classes for which you are eligible.  After you register, you need to send your schedule to your teacher.  When you receive your final grades each term, you must email a copy to the registrar.  At the end of each school year, you will be required to order an official transcript from the community college and have it sent to Sheridan AllPrep Academy.

Registering for Classes

After meeting with your teacher or the principal, and you have approval to register, no changes can be made to your academic plan.

Dropping Classes

You must have administrative approval in order to drop any classes.  If you drop any classes without approval, you will be put on Academic Probation.  If you drop a class after the refund date, you will be responsible for paying the tuition and fees for that course.  You will not be allowed to register for additional classes until tuition repayment is complete.

Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA or better at the community college and at the high school.  All grades must be a C or above.  Students who earn a D or lower in any class will not be eligible for early college again until the following school year and must have administrative approval.

Understanding College Credit:

College classes are typically three to four credits each and a full time student would take 12 credits (the equivalent of three high school credits) per term.  Each college course will be worth one high school credit.  At the end of the school year (three terms) students would have up to 36 college credits and nine high school credits.

Students are not required to attend community college full time.  Students who are accepted into the early college program can take a minimum of one college course per term (one high school credit) and continue to work in regular high school classes as well.

Textbook Information:

Students will be required to purchase their own textbooks.  However, Sheridan AllPrep Academy will provide a flat fee stipend for some textbook expenses. Funds for textbooks are given directly to the college and applied to the student account.  Textbook funds may only be used for books that are required for courses for which the student has registered.  Excess amounts that are not used after book purchases are complete will be refunded to Sheridan AllPrep Academy, not the student.  If you purchase books from the campus bookstore, it is possible to sell them back to the bookstore at a reduced value at the end of the term.​

Success In College:

  • Stay in touch with your teachers at Sheridan AllPrep Academy.  They are here to help you understand early college and can answer many of your questions.
  • When planning your schedule, make sure you allow additional study time.  Some college courses can be very demanding.
  • If you plan on attending a four-year college after high school, begin the transfer process early.  Find out which programs they offer, and check to see that your community college credits will transfer to their programs.
  • Attend every class.  If you miss a class, contact the instructor or a classmate as soon as possible to find out what you missed.
  • Get to know your teachers and classmates.
  • Become familiar with the college campus.  Find out where the different offices are so that you know where to go for help.
  • Follow your teachers' syllabi and directions.
  • Always go to class prepared.  Make sure you complete any reading assignments prior to class discussions.  If you have difficulty understanding the classwork, meet with your teacher and ask questions.
  • Submit all of your assignments on time.  It will count as part of your grade.
  • Manage your time.  Schedule time for your classes, homework, studying, and free time.
  • Prepare for tests and exams at least one week in advance.  Research shows that students who try to cram the night before a test do not retain the information.
  • If you have to be absent for an exam, let your teacher know ahead of time.
  • Get involved in college activities.
  • Use the college services such as tutoring, student support, counseling, and the writing center.
  • Take responsibility for yourself.  Your success is dependent on you.

Oregon Promise

Oregon Promise is a state grant that covers most tuition at any Oregon community college for recent high school graduates and GED® recipients. This program was launched by legislation passed in 2015, and grant awards became available for Oregon students to attend college starting in fall 2016. Oregon Promise does not cover the full cost of college attendance. Oregon Promise is administered by the Higher Education Coordinating Commission Office of Student Access and Completion.​  Click here for Oregon Promise Frequently Asked Questions.

Early College


Deadlines for 2017-2018:​

Fall 2017

Class Schedule Available: ​June 16th

Registration Begins: August 8th
​Authorization Deadline: September 11th
​Beginning of Fall Quarter: September 25th

Winter 2018

Class Schedule Available: ​October 27th
Registration Begins: November 14th
​Authorization Deadline: December 25th
​Beginning of Winter Quarter: January 8th

Spring 2018

Class Schedule Available: ​February 2nd
Registration Begins: February 27th
​Authorization Deadline: March 16th
​Beginning of Spring Quarter: April 2nd

To enroll, you must complete all of the requirements on the Portland Community College web site which include: 

Applying for admissions - Work with your teacher to complete any high school requirements and the college's 
EOP Admissions Application. This application must be signed by the high school principal.  Once PCC gets your application, they will send you a letter with your PCC-ID number.  Students who are under age 18 will need a Letter of Permission to attend PCC.  To request a Letter of Permission, please contact Jesse Eisenschmidt at

Take the college placement tests and wait for results. Complete testing 3 weeks before the college term begins. Testing times and locations are available through the 
PCC Testing Center.

If accepted, read the information provided for 
new and continuing students about parking, adding and dropping classes, avoiding charges, books, grades, ID cards, and other things you need to know about attending PCC.

Use MyPCC for online services and up-to-the-minute information. The college may contact you via your MyPCC email account and college and personal announcements. You are expected to read all electronic communications from PCC, and to respond when necessary.

Registration - EOP registration is conducted in the same way as regular college registration. Please consult PCC's Registration pages for details.
Student Account - Check your student account regularly using PCC-Pay. If there is a tuition balance, PCC may be missing our 
billing authorization, or you may be enrolled in classes we did not approve. It is up to you to pay or to follow up with us to get the authorization before the term begins. PCC does not send paper bills, so it is important for you to view your account during the first week of term.

If you take a course not specifically authorized by the school, you will be held financially responsible and must pay the full cost of the class.