ACC Spring 2020 Registration Information

  • 2nd Semester ACC registration is now OPEN! 
    Registration has been extended, and will remain open from April 6 – May 22.

    Students are encouraged to register for their ACC class(es) if they would like to earn the college credit and anticipate they will pass the class. If it is determined that the ACC course is unable to award college credit due to the COVID-19 school closures (i.e., courses not meeting student learning outcomes or contact hours), students who have registered will be communicated with via email about the cancellation and automatically dropped and refunded. Cancelled ACC classes will not appear on a CCC transcript.

    Students who are registering for ACC classes can access the registration system at www.clackamas.edu/acc/register and click on the orange ‘ACC Registration System’ button.

    While the ACC team will not be able to offer in-person support this term, they will be available to help virtually. They will be available via Google Hangouts Live Chat, Google Hangout Video Appointments, as well as email, and phone. More information on how to register and access virtual help is below and on their registration page, www.clackamas.edu/acc/register.

Clackamas Community College High School Connections Program

  • Did you know that you can earn college credit through Clackamas Community College (CCC) while still in high school? CCC partners with West Linn High School to offer students the opportunity to earn college credit for free or at a highly discounted rate.

    Learn how ACC and HSP courses can fit into a certificate or degree from CCC using the West Linn High School AAOT Transfer Guide.

Advanced College Credit (ACC)

  • ACC classes are college courses taken at West Linn High School taught by an approved high school instructor. To earn college credit for ACC classes, students register through CCC. ACC classes are $10 per credit.

    If you are on free or reduced lunch, see your counselor to have your ACC fees waived. 

    ACC Courses available at West Linn High School

High School Plus (HSP)

  • High School Plus classes are college classes taught by college faculty. The West Linn - Wilsonville School District is excited to continue our Automotive Technology Program in partnership with Clackamas Community College and the World of Speed Museum.

    See your counselor for more information.

Expanded Options/Early College

  • Expanded Options/Early College allows students to take classes not offered at WLHS at CCC or OIT. If approved, Expanded Options students can earn college credit that transfers back to West Linn High School to fulfill high school graduation requirements. Students must be referred by the school district to participate.

    See your counselor for more information.