The High School Connections office has recently made the jump across the parking lot to the General Classroom Building, where FTCC holds its Open House events.
Mary has moved to room 202-M, and Reade and Angela are in 202-F and 202-G, respectively.Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have trouble finding us- the phone numbers and email addresses have remained the same. See you soon!
Welcome to High School Connections
Spring II 2014 Registration Information
Students wishing to register for Spring II classes (which run from March 17th through May 12th) should call 678-8542 or 678-8583 to make an appointment for registration. Students will need to bring all the documents for an enrollment packet to their appointment (signed enrollment form, transcript, test scores, etc).
Fall 2014 Registration Information
Students wishing to register for Fall 2014 High School Connections classes should view the "How to Enroll" tab at right. In most cases, students should apply to FTCC online and then work directly through their high school guidance office to complete an enrollment packet. For public and private school students, we are generally unable to register you face-to-face in our office since we do not have access to your transcript or high school schedule.
For home-school students, please also view the "How to Enroll" information and then contact our office to set up an appointment. If you are seeking High School Connections sections of classes (i.e. anything listed within our website), you may contact us any time. If you are wishing to take classes concurrently (i.e. with the regular adult population here at FTCC) please check back on this webpage to see when that schedule will be available. We are hoping to be able to register students for concurrent sections starting in April.
High School Connections Overview
Career and College Promise provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students in order to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry-level job skills. There are two ways an eligible high school student can enroll:
|College Transfer Pathway|
The College Transfer Pathways (CTP) are designed for high school juniors and seniors who wish to take classes for their bachelor’s degree. CTP classes will transfer seamlessly to any public or participating private college or university.
|Career and Technical Education|
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways are programs of study that provide high school students with the opportunity to earn a certificate in a particular career or technical field.