Welcome to High School Connections
Did you happen to miss our Orientation session on August 13th? All the information
you need to know can be located in the "HSC Orientation Information" to the left.
We've got you covered for IDs, parking passed, textbooks, and more!
Fall 2015 Registration Information
Registration for the High School Connections classes that started on August 25th is now closed.
However, FTCC will be offering a small variety of online classes starting September
14th. You can view the HSC-approved class list here: 2015FA 5W Sections (class length: 7 weeks)
We will also offer additional courses starting October 15th- 2015 Fall II Sections (class length: 8 weeks)
Local public and private high school students should meet with their high school's
counselor to fill out an enrollment packet for 2015-2016 (both new and returning students
must submit a new, complete enrollment packet each academic year). Local home school students should make an appointment with the HSC staff to register
for fall classes. Please call 678-8542 or 678-8583, or email email@example.com,
to set up your appointment. Students cannot be added late to classes once the classes have already met for the
The Spring 2016 High School Connections list of classes can be viewed by clicking
"pathways and class schedule" to the left. HSC classes are denoted with a section
number of 5H01, 5H02, etc. and follow the CCS calendar in terms of holidays and start
date. These sections are limited to high school students ONLY and are generally offered
in place of a student's afternoon high school classes. Other options for Spring 2016
will be posted as soon as they become available- we are hoping to have that list by
Students Needing Testing/Retesting @ FTCC
At this time, students are encouraged to come to FTCC as walk-ins for testing. Students will need to bring a copy of their photo ID for testing and report to room 112 in the Tony Rand Student Center. Testing is at 8:30 and 12:30 Monday through Friday. A FREE online study resource can be found here.
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.