What if the seven school districts in Christian County could share resources in a way that didn’t negatively impact their individual communities?
This was a question school administrators asked in 2017 when they decided to courageously step out to better meet the needs of students. This question turned into a dialogue and, eventually, the Christian County Course Exchange was born.
The CCCE is blurring the lines in Billings, Chadwick, Clever, Ozark, Nixa, Sparta and Spokane to ensure that all students have equal opportunity.
Through the CCCE, county school districts are sharing resources, allowing students to take courses at neighboring districts, provided their home district doesn’t offer the course. A student can take up to two courses per year at a neighboring district.
Talk to your high school counselor if you are interested in learning more about the CCCE.