HOW TO ENROLL AT CVCC
High School Students:
CVCC programs are available tuition-free to high school students residing in the CVCC district, who are enrolled in a diploma-granting high school program. This includes students enrolled in one of the associated public schools in the district, a home-schooling program, or a non-public school located within or outside of the district. Community school students, whether online or brick and mortar, may only enroll if the student resides within the CVCC district.
If you live in another district, you can attend CVCC on a tuition basis with your district’s permission.
All applications from high school students must be submitted online through cvccworks.edu.
If unable to complete the online application
, or have questions, please contact the CVCC Admissions Counselor (440-746-8286) or the CVCC Admissions Administrative Assistant (440-746-8216).
Most students attend CVCC their junior and senior years, although some students enter their senior year and complete the second year of their program after graduation. There are also some one-year programs for seniors only.
Adult Students Wanting to Enroll in a HIGH SCHOOL Program:
Adults who are not in school may enroll in high school programs if space is available. The courses are open to both resident and non-resident adult students, but non-residents must pay tuition at the prevailing rates.
Adult application forms should be returned directly to the Admissions Counselor at CVCC. If you are unable to complete the online form, please contact CVCC high school office, Admissions Adminsitrative Assistant (440-746-8216).
CVCC also has a separate Adult Education Division, which offers classes on a fee basis for both in-district and out-of-district adults. Call 440-746-8230 for more information, or click on the Adult Education button towards the top of this page.
To ensure enrollment in a specific program, submit your application in January to your guidance counselor or, in the case of adult applicants, directly to the Admissions Counselor. Applications will be accepted through the first week of school, space permitting. If the program you want is full, your name will be placed on a waiting list.
Applications are processed in the following order:
- Resident high school juniors
- Resident high school seniors
- Non-resident, tuition-paying high school students
- Resident adults
- Non-resident adults