High School Senior/Graduate

High School Students

New Students - Get Started Here
CLC will guide you through the steps of Admission and Registration.

Home-Schooled Students
CLC offers a smooth transition from home-based learning to a college degree.

Dual Credit + Early College Start
for High School Students

Returning Adult/Professionals


Professional development
Grow your future one skill at a time; enhance your current job skills as well as add new ones.

Personal enrichment
Explore new interests; take a one-day workshop or a semester-long course.

Visit the returning adults page.

International Students


International students
CLC provides affordable tuition, airport pickup, housing assistance and an English Language Instruction program.

English as a Second Language
CLC offers an ESL program for new immigrants.

Summer Session Students


Summer session
Home for summer? Earn credits toward general education requirements and transfer the credits back to your college.

Earn three quick credits in just three weeks (between spring and summer).

Service Members and Veterans


Military/Veteran Students
Educational benefits are offered through a variety of services.

Servicemember’s Opportunity College
Military students and their family members, who frequently move from place to place, continue toward completion of their college degrees.

GED/Basic Skills Students


General Education Development (GED) Prepare to take the high school equivalency exam (tests in literature, math, writing, science and social studies).

Adult Basic Education provides instruction in basic reading, writing and math for students who have not completed high school.

Kids (Ages 6 to 16)


Xplore! program
Classes include cooking, computer, art, music, writing, fencing, archery, babysitting certification and sports.

Summer camp programs include dance, LEGO® engineering, Destination Imagination®, video game making and more!

Adult Learners (50 and over)


Discovery! program
Classes, lectures and tours are offered on a variety of subjects (ie. art, history, current events and computers).

Quest summer program
Four consecutive days each summer, new topics are explored through lectures, discussions and field trips.

High School Counselors


An online newsletter is available for high school counselors who are assisting prospective CLC students.

View upcoming events and academic information sessions, discover learning options, browse new transfer and career programs or contact a CLC recruiter.

Parents of Prospective Students


CLC is a great investment, offering affordable tuition. CLC students have transferred to many Illinois colleges. View the Guide for Parents and Families.

Read tips for parents by the NACAC – National Association for College Admission Counseling.


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