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New Homeschooled CCP Students

Pathway Options

Option 1 – College Transfer Pathways (CTP)

CTPs require the completion of at least 30 semester hours of transfer courses, including English and mathematics, toward the Associate in Arts, Associate in Fine Arts, Associate in Arts in Teacher Preparation, Associate in Science, Associate in Science in Teacher Preparation.

Option 2 – Career and Technical Education Pathways (CTE)

  1. A curriculum Career and Technical Education Pathway (CTE) leading to a certificate or diploma aligned with a high school cluster.
  2. A Workforce Continuing Education Pathway (WCE) leading to a State or industry recognized credential aligned with a high school career cluster.

Pathway Eligibility – Quick Overview

Students enrolled in Adult High School, Adult Basic Education, or Adult Secondary Education are not eligible for CCP.

The Career and College Promise Pathway requires the completion of a transfer pathway approved by the State Board of Community Colleges including transfer courses in English and mathematics and ACA 122 College Transfer Success.

To be Eligible for Enrollment

A high school student must meet the following criteria as of the first day of the applicable term:

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have unweighted, cumulative GPA of a 2.8 or higher on high school courses, or
  3. Demonstrate college readiness on approved assessments in English, reading, and math (See Eligibility Benchmark Attachment (PDF, 171KB)). If placement testing is needed, you can contact a CCP Advisor for information on how you can schedule an assessment.

Complete Overview of College Transfer Pathway Eligibility & Additional Information

The Career Technical Education Pathways in Curriculum (leading to a certificate or diploma) align with a high school career cluster.

To be Eligible for Enrollment (Juniors and Seniors)

A high school student must meet the following criteria as of the first day of the applicable term:

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have unweighted, cumulative GPA of a 2.8 or higher on high school courses, or
  3. Demonstrate college readiness on approved assessments in English, reading, and math (See Eligibility Benchmark Attachment*). If placement testing is needed, you can contact a CCP Advisor for information on how you can schedule an assessment.
    • Note: Students who meet eligibility via this method, and are approved by the college, are eligible to enroll in CTE pathways that contain (Universal General Education Component) UGETC courses.

OR

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have the recommendation of High School Principal or his/her designee and his/her rationale for recommendation in place of GPA requirement and have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer.
    • Note: Students who meet eligibility via Principal recommendation, and are approved by the college, are only eligible to enroll in a CTE pathway without UGETC courses.

To be Eligible for Enrollment (Freshman and Sophomores)

**View the Complete Overview for restrictions and further details regarding the Admission of Freshman and Sophomores.

  1. Be a high school Freshman or Sophomore as of the first day of the applicable term, and
  2. Have the recommendation of High School Principal or his/her designee and rationale for recommendation, and
  3. Have a “C” or better in Math I, EOC score of 3, 4, or 5 for Math I, and EOG score of 3, 4, or 5 for 8th Grade ELA Assessment
  4. Have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer.

OR

  1. Be a high school Freshman or Sophomore; and
  2. Have the recommendation of High School Principal or his/her designee and rationale for recommendation, and
  3. Demonstrate College Readiness on Approved Assessments in English, reading, and math (See Eligibility Benchmark Attachment*) If placement testing is needed, you can contact a CCP Advisor for information on how you can schedule an assessment, and
    • NOTE: Freshman and Sophomore students who meet eligibility criteria are eligible to enroll in a CTE Pathway in Engineering, Industrial, Agriculture/Natural Resources, or Transportation systems without UGETC Courses.
  4. Have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer.

*Eligibility Benchmark Attachment (PDF, 171KB)

Complete Overview of Career and Technical Education Pathways – Curriculum Eligibility & Information

Pathways for qualified junior and senior high school students that lead to a career or State or industry-recognized credential.

To be Eligible for Enrollment

A high school student must meet the following criteria as of the first day of the applicable term:

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have unweighted, cumulative GPA of a 2.8 or higher on high school courses, or
  3. Demonstrate college readiness on approved assessments in English, reading, and math (See Eligibility Benchmark Attachment (PDF, 171KB)). If placement testing is needed, you can contact a CCP Advisor for information on how you can schedule an assessment.

OR

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have the recommendation of High School Principal or his/her designee and his/her rationale for recommendation in place of GPA requirement and
  3. Have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer.

Complete Overview of CTE Workforce Continuing Education Pathway Eligibility & Additional Information

How to Apply

Step 1 – Meet with Administrator

It is important that students meet with their homeschool administrator to discuss their CCP dual enrollment options and to select a pathway. The courses a student plans to register for can impact their high school schedule and/or completion.

List of Available CCP Pathways

After deciding on a pathway, return here to follow the remaining steps below.

Step 2 – Complete Dual Enrollment Application

This link below is a CCP student’s official application to Vance Granville Community College. The link to the application will redirect you to the CFNC website. You will have to create an account with CFNC or use your existing account login to submit the application. Every student must complete this application prior to submitting the other required electronic forms.

After completing the application, return here to follow the remaining step below.

Step 3 – Complete and Submit CCP Forms

At a minimum, students must complete the CCP Eligibility and Registration Forms. Without submission of these forms, your application will be incomplete and denied.

  1. CCP Eligibility Form
    • The eligibility form includes general information about the student, the student’s pathway choice(s), student and parent signatures, GPA, and high school transcript*. This form is required for each CCP student.
    • High School Transcript must include, student grade level (9th, 10th, 11th, and/or 12th), high school courses completed and in progress, and unweighted, cumulative high school GPA. NOTE: The total number of credits on the high school transcript does not replace the requirement of the student’s grade level to be listed on the high school transcript.
  2. CCP Registration Form
  3. CCP Special Permission Form (required for special consideration approval)

CCP Advisor Contacts

Franklin County

Franklin County Campus
Evangeline Mitchell
mitchelle@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3611

Granville County

South Campus
Reba Bullock
bullockr@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3525

Vance County

Main Campus
Kierra Robinson
robinsonk@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3232

Warren County

Warren Campus
Taylor Williams
williamst@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3594

Granville Central, South Granville, and JF Webb High Schools

Connie Ragland
raglandc@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3383

Contact
LYNDON
HALL
Dean of K-12 Partnership and Warren Campus
WARREN CAMPUS - Warrenton
Room:
W1103
(252) 738-3687