REGISTRATION FOR FALL 2021:
Registration for Fall 2021 will begin on April 1st, with priority registration ending on June 15. There are multiple steps in the registration process.*Failure to complete any one of these will result in NOT being registered or enrolled in CCP courses*
1. Indicate to guidance that you want to register for a CCP course during high school registration and meet eligibility requirements.
2. Fill out the application that I will email you and complete the application with Docusign.
3. Make an appointment to discuss your course choices. Click here to schedule an appointment.
Welcome to the 20-21 school year! This year ALL new and updated information starting 8/2020 will be updated via the following site. Any information on this site is current and up to date including contact info for this school year.
The purpose of Career and College Promise is to offer structured opportunities for qualified high school students to enroll in community college courses and pathways that can lead to a certificate, diploma, degree, or a State/industry recognized occupational credential, as well as provide entry-level job training skills.
All tuition, fees, and course materials are provided, with very few exceptions. That means you receive college credits for FREE!
I would highly recommend reading through the FAQ page for some common questions/answers. For more information on each pathway and classes please visit: http://www.cccc.edu/high-school/ccp/.
Students may take up to two online courses per high school class block. See https://tinyurl.com/ccp2019courses for a full course list.
Transferrable CCCC Courses
Courses are guaranteed to transfer (with a C or better) to a NC Public Institution or Community College. These courses require a minimum of a 2.8 unweighted GPA OR qualifying test scores to enroll in the course.
ACC 120 - Principles of Accounting
ART 111 - Art Appreciation
ART 114 - Art History I
ART 115 - Art History 2
BIO 110 - Principles of Biology
BIO 111 - General Biology I
BUS 110 - Introduction to Business
BUS 115 - Business Law
CHM 151 - General Chemistry I
CIS 110 - Introduction to Computers
CJC 111 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
COM 231 - Public Speaking
ECO 251 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 252 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ENG 111 - Writing & Inquiry
ENG 112 - Writing/Research in the Disciplines
GEL 111 - Introduction to Geology
HIS 111 - World Civilizations I
HIS 112 - World Civilizations II
HIS 131 - American History I
HIS 132 - American History II
MAT 143 - Quantitative Literacy
MAT 152 - Statistical Methods I
MAT 171 - PreCalculus Algebra
MUS 110 - Music Appreciation
MUS 112 - Introduction to Jazz
PHI 215 - Philosophical Issues***
PHI 240 - Introduction to Ethics***
PHY 110/110A - Conceptual Physics w/lab
POL 120 - American Government
PSY 150 - General Psychology
PSY 241 - Developmental Psychology**
SOC 210 - Introduction to Sociology
**Must have scored 3 or higher on AP Psychology exam OR take PSY 150 first
***Must have taken ENG 111 first
Career & Technical CCCC Courses
Courses could transfer to a college/university but are not guaranteed to transfer. A list of courses within each pathway can be found online at https://tinyurl.com/ccp2019courses. Please note that some of the classes may not match the high school schedule.
Broadcasting & Production
Early Childhood Education
Health & Fitness Science
Health Information Technology
Human Services Technology
Industrial Systems (Welding)*
Library Information Technology
Medical Office Administration
Nurse Aide *only a semester, but course is off-campus. You must provide transportation!
Veterinary Medical Technology
*Yearlong courses offered off-campus. You must provide your own transportation!