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Career and College Promise, Career & Technical Education, virtual tutoring, financial aid, scholarships and so much more!

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Mission & Programs

CAREER AND COLLEGE PROMISE (CCP) PROGRAM - Up to 35 hours of college credit while in high school!

Taking early college classes helps reduce college debt and they're transferrable to any NC public university or two- year community and technical colleges!

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CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) COURSES - Learn highly versatile and highly specific skills!

Click CTE Courses to explore classes.

If you're interested in summer internships, job shadowing, or work-based learning, visit CTE - Burke County Public Schools for more information.

BURKE MIDDLE COLLEGE (BMC) - Rising freshmen and sophomores, learn how to graduate with your Associate's degree and high school diploma!

Click BMC Application to view requirements and a sample application.

Visit Burke Middle College for more information.

GEAR UP - Need online tutoring, virtual job shadow, or ACT prep resources? GEAR UP is your go-to!

Click GEAR UP and find out how to access these resources!

Visit GEAR UP - Burke County Public Schools for more information.


Explore WPCC - Programs of Study with over 104 degrees across 40 departments!

FAFSA - Financial aid is given on a first-come, first-serve basis so do not procrastinate! Visit WPCC - FAFSA for up-to-date information on how to get help completing the FAFSA.

SCHOLARSHIPS - Want to reduce how much you borrow? Check out these scholarships!

Explore 100+ Scholarships from WPCC

WPCC Merit-based Scholarship Application

WPCC General Scholarship Application

Check-in with The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina and stay updated on scholarships.

Explore scholarships at College Foundation of North Carolina

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Last Updated: March 18, 2020