diplomas

High School Opportunities

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Career & College Promise (“CCP”) is North Carolina’s dual enrollment program for high school students. This program allows eligible N.C. high school students to enroll in college classes at North Carolina community colleges and universities through their high schools for free. Students who successfully complete college courses earn both high school and college credit. In many cases, students can also earn dual credit - meeting high school graduation requirements with college courses.
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RECHS is an autonomous high school located in the J.W. "Willie" Plummer Vocational/Technical Center on the Asheboro Campus of Randolph Community College. Students earn their high school diploma AND up to two years of transferable college credit or an associate degree in four/five years. Contact Stephanie Perry, Randolph Early College High School Liaison at 336-328-1783 or sjperry@randolph.edu for more information.
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Apprenticeship Randolph is an opportunity for students to get a jump start on a professional career in local industries. Students gain valuable skills and experience through on-the-job training, and earn an associate degree and a Journeyworker Certificate from the N.C. Community College System and U.S. Department of Labor from Randolph Community College at no cost to the student.

GED®/High School Equivalency Diploma

RCC's AHS pathway can assist adult learners in earning their high school diploma and is provided for student’s convenience through multiple platforms such as online, face-to-face or hybrid classes. This program is offered in-person only at the Asheboro Campus and is also offered online to assist adult learners in completing their GED®/HSE or AHS Diploma at their own pace. Students can work mainly from home or attend our instructor facilitated labs. Learn more.

Pathways to Prosperity

Pathways to Prosperity is a collaboration between Asheboro City Schools, Randolph Community College, and the Randolph County School System, working together with industry, to create a seamless pathway for students to go from local high schools to a great career in Randolph County.