High School Graduates earn Associate Degrees

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Southeastern Community College graduated 14 high school students that were a part of the Career & College Promise (CCP) program. These students earned Associate in Arts and/or Science degrees while also working towards their high school diplomas.

The CCP program offers high school students an opportunity to take college classes tuition FREE. Juniors and Seniors can pursue a high school diploma while concurrently progressing towards earning a post-secondary academic credential including certificate, diploma, or degree – all tuition FREE. Such credentials will grant students the essential academic training to pursue college transfer interests and entry-level employment opportunities.

Learn more about opportunities in CCP at Southeastern Community College.

Pictured: First row, from left, Maya Graham, Haley Fowler, Erica Bass, Ethan Stoll, Grayson Rockwell and Anna Walker. Second row, from left, Holly Allgood, Victoria Powell, Meredith Moss and Nicholas Archie. Not pictured: Tyler Floyd, William Hester, Allyssa Hutch and Annaelise Kennedy.

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