Career and College Promise (CCP)
CCP-- Overview & Important Dates
North Carolina high school programs formally known as Huskins, Learn & Earn Online (LEO), and Dual Enrollment are now combined into one--Career & College Promise (CCP). If you are a qualified North Carolina high school junior or senior, CCP gives you the opportunity to pursue these options--tuition free!
(The offering of all courses is contingent upon sufficient enrollment.)
CCP provides three pathways to help advance your post-high school success:
» Career Technical Education Pathway
Leads to a certificate or diploma aligned with a high school Career Cluster.
» College Transfer Pathway
The Career and College Promise College Transfer Pathways allow qualified high school juniors and seniors to complete up to 43 semester hours credit tuition free. Classes identified in the Career and College Transfer Pathways will transfer seamlessly (with a course grade of C or higher) to any North Carolina public university as well as participating private colleges/universities.
» Cooperative Innovative High School Program
(Challenger Early College High School)
Based on the campus of Catawba Valley Community College, Challenger allows students to earn a high school diploma and an associate degree in approximately 5 years.
Homeschool CCP Info Night--Monday, September 28 at 4 PM
Cuyler A. Dunbar Building--fifth floor CAD 582
Sign-In begins at 3:30 PM; pre-registration not required
PRIORITY Spring Registration Paperwork Due--Monday, October 12, by 4 PM
High school juniors and seniors who plan to take CCP classes during 2016 Spring semester must have the necessary paperwork turned in to S. McBride.
PRIORITY Spring Registration Testing Deadline--Friday, October 23
All testing for PRIORITY Spring Registration 2015 must be completed by 5 PM.
On-Campus Spring Registration Paperwork Due--Wednesday, December 9 by 4 PM
Refer to On-Campus Registration Instructions.
On-Campus Spring Registration Testing Deadline--Wednesday, December 9
All testing for On-Campus Registration 2015 must be completed by 5 PM.
On-Campus Spring Registration--Wednesday, December 16
Students register at Student Services from 4 to 5 PM. Course Planning Forms must be thoroughly completed prior to meeting with an Admission Representative.