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CTE: Career Development Coordinator

Angela Oei

OGHS Career Development Coordinator

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Career and College Promise is the umbrella term under which all dual enrollment programs operate. It provides seamless, dual college and high school enrollment educational opportunities for eligible high school students in North Carolina. The community college offers a variety of courses in the College Transfer pathway and in the Career and Technical Education pathway. Interested high school students should work with a school counselor to determine eligibility for a program. The state weighting system awards the equivalent of one (1) quality point to the grade earned on community college courses included on the most recent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Transfer List.


Students in Davidson County Schools who demonstrate the ability to be successful in college-level courses may be afforded opportunities to enroll in these courses. Policies and procedures for community colleges vary drastically from those at the high school level. Therefore, it is important to note that Davidson County School students who enroll in community college courses will be governed by the policies and procedures for Davidson County Schools for course enrollment and withdrawals.


While these courses provide great opportunities for our students, it is imperative to note that students remain the responsibility of Davidson County Schools. The following outlines the expectations for students who are approved to enroll in community college courses.

  • Students will be enrolled in community college courses by their high school’s administration. A student may not directly enroll, drop, or change a class with community college staff.
  • Students who wish to drop a community college class must do so within the first 5 school days of the high school semester. The student will then be enrolled in a course at their high school.
  • Students who drop a college course after the first 5 school days of the high school semester will be held to the same procedure for high school courses dropped after the first 5 school days: A failing grade of WF will be recorded for the quarter(s)as an indication that the course was dropped.
  • The failing grade (0) will be averaged as part of the student’s GPA and class rank and will remain a permanent part of the student’s high school transcript.
  • Students will be assigned to a non-campus course for the remainder of the semester and must attend to avoid consequences as outlined in the school’s policy for “skipping” class.
  • Students must abide by the community college teacher’s attendance policy.
  • Students who do not officially drop a course but refuse to attend class will be subject to the policy the school has for students who “skip” class. Students will be assigned to an on-campus course for the remainder of the semester.
  • Students who do not meet the expectations outlined in this agreement will be disqualified from enrollment in community college courses for the next semester.
  • Students who participate in online CCP courses will be scheduled into a lab setting on their high school’s campus and attend there daily to complete assignments for the course.
  • Students scheduled into a lab setting on their high school’s campus will follow the attendance policy of Davidson County Schools.






The North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement is an agreement between the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Community College System.


The North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement provides a seamless process that joins secondary and postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs of study. This statewide articulation agreement comprises approximately 50 high school CTE courses that match the knowledge and skills taught in similar community college courses. The articulation agreement ensures that if a student is proficient in his/her high school course, the student can receive college credit for that course at any North Carolina community college. This streamlines the student's educational pathway by eliminating the need to take multiple courses with the same learning outcomes.


Students must complete the articulation agreement application posted below.



Reverse Transfer

The Reverse Transfer Program is a collaborative effort between North Carolina's Community Colleges and the University of North Carolina's 16 constituent institutions. Students who transfer to a North Carolina university from one of the 58 North Carolina community colleges are given the opportunity to combine the credits earned at the university with credit already earned at the community college to determine if the associate degree requirements have been met.

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