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TPS offers a wide variety of educational programs. Each provides excellent learning opportunities by serving the needs, interests and abilities of students and families.

Educare Center

The Educare program strives to enhance the lives of children with disabilities through excellence in education and healthcare. The Multi-Disability/Medically Fragile program will be located at Reynolds Elementary, 5000 Norwich Rd., starting with the 2014-2015 school year. 

Tracie Lee - Head Teacher
Email: tlee1@tps.org
Office Telephone: 419.671.8752
Office Fax: 419.671.8753

Program hours are 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

Adult Education Center

TPS Adult Education Center
3301 Upton Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43613
Tel: 419-671-8700
Fax: 419-671-8704
Read more: Adult Education Center [Adult Education Center]

The College Credit Plus (CCP) Program enables public high school students in Ohio to enroll full-time or part-time at eligible colleges or universities in the state.
The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous educational pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students.
Toledo Public Schools offers two ways to participate. The first is for the student to attend classes on the college or university campus. The second is for the student to enroll in a dual enrollment class offered on the high school campus.
School districts will grant academic credit to a student dually-enrolled in the CCP program if that pupil successfully completes the course or program attended. The credits are to be counted toward the graduation requirements and subject area requirements of the school district.
If a college course is taken for both college and high school graduation credit, there is no charge to the student for the costs of tuition, textbooks, materials or fees for the first time a course is taken. (However, the textbooks remain the property of the school district once the course is completed.)
At the end of each school year, the Ohio Department of Education will reimburse the college or university for the costs directly related to the course or program taken by the student.
Students should check with their high school guidance counselor to begin the CCP process. The deadline for application is March 30th. Students must be accepted by a college or university to be eligible to participate. Officials from TPS and area colleges and universities will hold meetings in February for families to learn more about this new program.

Posted on January 12, 2015