Orange Middle School

2680 East Orange Road | Lewis Center, OH 43035 | P (740) 657-5300 | F (740) 657-5399

College Credit Plus Program

Dual Enrollment  
What is College Credit Plus?

Olentangy’s College Credit Plus (CC+) program gives qualifying juniors and seniors the opportunity to not only receive college credit, but to also attend class in a college setting.

Students enrolled in the program will attend their selected courses at Columbus State Community College’s Delaware Branch (CSCC) located at 5100 Cornerstone Drive, off U.S. 23, in Delaware. All public colleges and universities in Ohio accept credit from these courses. In addition, CSCC has transfer agreements with a number of private institutions in Ohio, including Otterbein and Ohio Wesleyan universities.
 
Students interested in enrolling in the program should visit their school’s guidance counselor.
 
 

 
 

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Dr. Kevin Streib

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Email: kevin_streib@olsd.us

Degrees and Certifications:

Dr. Kevin Streib

Dr. Streib is a math and computer science teacher at Olentangy Liberty High School and is the Dual Enrollment Calculus I and II instructor. A post-doctoral researcher in the computer science department at The Ohio State University, Dr. Streib has extensive programming experience, is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and has been involved in engineering research for more than six years. His research has been published in numerous journals. Dr. Streib received his undergraduate, master’s and doctorate in electrical and computer engineering from The Ohio State University.

 Zana Adams

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Email: zana_adams@olsd.us

Degrees and Certifications:

Zana Adams

Zana Adams, a former English teacher at Olentangy Liberty High School, is the Dual Enrollment Composition I and U.S. Literature I instructor. During her thirty year teaching tenure, she taught grades 8 through 12. While teaching at Logan Elm High School, Mrs. Adams acted as the School-to-Work coordinator and assisted the district with the implementation of the common principles of the Coalition of Essential Schools at the high school level. In addition to teaching in the Circleville system, she actively participated in the district’s TESA program as a session leader. She received her undergraduate and master’s degree from Morehead State University.

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