They leave high school for various reasons, but thousands return to Catawba Valley Community College each year to complete their high school credentials. Recently, the college honored those who completed their high school equivalency in the past year.
This year’s graduates include Dalton Alexander Davis, Bessemer City; Rachel Marie Fox, Hickory; Shelby Megan Godlove, Maiden; Jahaira Deliz Goolsby, Hickory; Jaime Owuin Hernandez, Hickory; Jeremiah Edward Jolly, Taylorsville; Adam Randall King, Hiddenite; Carolyn Cox McAninch, Hickory;Angel E. Mendez, Valdese; Chadwick Shawn Presnell, Hickory; Derek Mikeal Scaglione, Hickory; Roxanne Elizabeth Stafford, Newton; and Drew Danielle Vinson, Scotts;
CVCC recently launched a new option that’s especially attractive to those who may only lack a few high school credits or have not left high school that long ago. It’s called Adult High School, and the price tag is especially attractive: free.
Unlike the GED®, all previously earned high school credits apply. Students focus only on the subjects or credits they lack. Perhaps the best part is there is no charge to take the Adult High School competency tests.
For more information about obtaining an adult secondary credential, call or email Tina Fredell at 828.327.7000, ext. 4353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.