JCCC and College Now/Quick Step

JCCC Concurrent Enrollment Information

You can earn JCCC college credits at the same time you earn SHHS high school credits for these classes:



English Comp I and II

College Biology

College Algebra



Spring Hill High School students, who have completed the ACT or have taken the Johnson County Community College ACCUPLACER by August 23, 2019, can apply for a Spring Hill Education Foundation College Now Scholarship for Fall 2019 courses. Scholarship awards will range from $300-500 with three to five scholarships awarded. The scholarship application will be available from April 1 - August 25, 2019. Applicants will be notified of their award by August 30, 2019. 

2019 SHEF College Now Scholarship Application

College Now Courses (Statistics, Calculus, Composition, College Biology):

Fall 2019 Steps to Apply, Enroll and Pay

Fall 2019 College Now/Quick Step Plus Enrollment Tips

Enrollment Period: August 19, 2019--September 13, 2019

Fall 2019 JCCC CRN Numbers----

Composition I (Eng 121/Composition 1): 83011

Statistics (Math 181/Statistics): 83012

Calculus (Math 241/Calculus 1): 83013

College Biology (Biol 121/Intro to Biology for Non Majors): 82976

Spring 2020 JCCC CRN Numbers---COMING IN NOVEMBER 2019

Composition II (Eng 122/Composition 2): 

Quick Step Plus Courses (College Algebra): 

Enrollment Period: August 19, 2019--October 4, 2019

Fall 2019 JCCC CRN Numbers----

College Algebra (QSPCA College Algebra): 82608

Google Form request for ACT scores to be sent to JCCC

Quick Step COURSES: 

A Quick Step course is ANY course taken at JCCC or one of their satellite centers.  Enrolling in a Quick Step class is almost entirely up to the student.  First, a student must create a full schedule  at SHHS. The student will then apply to JCCC. After acceptance, the student may enroll in the course. After the student is enrolled in the JCCC class, the student must take proof of enrollment to the counseling office.  Two blocks will be dropped from their schedule if the course is taken on the JCCC campus and one block if the course is taken online.  Students who are participating in sports or activities must understand that one three-hour course is equivalent in credit to one semester of high school credit (.5). Five courses (Guided Study Hall, Advisory, and TA do not count) are required for a student to be eligible for any Kansas State High School Activities Association activityAll five of these classes must be taken at Spring Hill High School during the regular school day.


Students receive only College Credit for a Quick Step class and it is recorded on a JCCC transcript.  Students DO NOT receive high school credit for a Quick Step Class UNLESS they request a transcript be sent from JCCC to SHHS AND notify the counseling office that they want it added to their High School Transcript.  Students who are in any KSHSAA activity will be required to put the minimum five courses on their high school transcript.



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