Reynoldsburg City Schools has partnered with Columbus State Community College and other institutions of higher education to provide a full menu of courses for college credit right here in Reynoldsburg. Students have several choices, and may use a combination of them, to complete up to two years worth of college before they graduate from high school.
Dual credit courses are offered in all four high school academies. These classes count for both high school and college credit, and may be taught either by a qualified Reynoldsburg high school teacher or by an instructor from one of our partner colleges. A variety of courses, many transferable to any public college in Ohio, are offered through The Ohio State University, Columbus State, Otterbein University and Central Ohio Technical College.
Highly qualified students may take tuition-free courses at a college campus. Watch for notice from your child's guidance counselor about an annual information meeting to learn about current requirements and opportunities. Transportation is not provided, but tuition and books are free to the student.
All high school academies offer AP courses, which can result in college credit for students who score well on a test following the course. There is a fee associated with taking the test.