What is the Expanded Options Program?

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PCC partners with high schools to provide students with the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time.

The Expanded Options Program (EOP) provides high school juniors and seniors with more ways to complete their education. In EOP, students earn both high school and college credits by attending a community college.

How much does it cost?

If accepted into the program, the student’s sponsoring high school will cover tuition and fees.

Who is eligible?

Eligible students meet all the following criteria:

  • 16 or older at the time of enrollment
  • Current high school junior or senior
  • Enrolled in a participating school district
  • On track to complete requirements for graduation

EOP is not available to students who already have a high school diploma or to foreign exchange students in cultural exchange programs.