A "current high school student" is defined as a student who wishes to take college credit courses while still enrolled in high school. Career and College Promise (formerly Huskins Bill, Dual Enrollment, and Learn & Earn Online) is a program for current high school students who are juniors or seniors and wish to take selected college credit courses.
Cleveland Community College offers high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while simultaneously being enrolled in traditional high school classes.
Beginning Spring 2012, the North Carolina Career and College Promise (CCP) will replace Huskins, Dual Enrollment, and Learn and Earn Online (LEO) programs. CCP offers three pathways designed to give motivated high school students a head start on college and career training. The purpose of Career and College Promise is to offer structured opportunities for qualified high school juniors and seniors to enroll in community college courses that provide pathways that lead to a certificate, diploma, or degree as well as provide entry-level jobs skills.
Academic credits earned through CCP shall enable students who continue into postsecondary education after graduating from high school to complete a postsecondary credential in less time than would normally be required. Beginning spring semester 2012, Cleveland Community College will offer three pathways: Career and Technical Education, College Transfer, and Cooperative Innovative High Schools Program. For more information on Career and College Promise and to be added to our CCP mailing list, please click here.
All Career and College Promise students must complete the following:
Attn: Brinson Blanton
Cleveland Community College
137 S. Post Road
Shelby, NC 28152
Please see the CCP Operating Procedures to make sure you are eligible to participate in Career and College Promise.
CCC will be offering Career and College Promise students the following academic pathways for the Spring 2012 semester. Students can only take the courses in their selected pathway. For a class description or prerequisite information, please refer to the Course Descriptions in the CCC Academic Bulletin and Student Handbook.
Through local and state articulation agreements, qualified students may be able to transfer or "articulate" high school Career - Technical Education (CTE) credits to Cleveland Community College through the Articulated Credit program.
Articulation is a systematic, seamless student transition process from secondary to postsecondary education that maximizes use of resources and minimizes content duplication. Students will make a seamless transition of identified courses from secondary to postsecondary education. The following criteria will be used to award college credit for identified high school courses:
To receive articulated credit, students must enroll at the community college within two years of their high school graduation date. Please visit the Articulated Credit webpage on our website at www.clevelandcc.edu to obtain the Articulated Credit Request form and additional information.
Articulated Credit- How do I get started?
Each high school student must obtain and have completed the necessary paperwork for articulated credit. The Articulated Credit Request form (link to form) is required for verification and must be completed by both the student and the high school CTE counselor. Upon enrolling at CCC, contact your counselor at the high school where you took the course(s), to ensure that your Articulated Credit Request form has been verified and returned to CCC. All students seeking articulated credit must also request a final official copy of their high school transcript be forwarded to CCC.
CCC Articulation Agreement
For more information, contact your high school guidance counselor or the college representative listed below:
Information for high school CTE counselors and instructors: Please see the Cleveland Community College/Cleveland County School System Articulated Credit Process and CCC Articulated Credit Request form.
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