College and Career Readiness
College of the Albemarle’s (COA) College and Career Readiness (CCR) program, formally Basic and Transitional Studies, is a stepping stone for adult learners to achieve their dreams and build skills in preparation for the future. Our goal is to ensure that all adult learners have the knowledge and academic preparation needed to enroll and succeed in college or to prepare for a successful, rewarding career.
The CCR program offers Adult High School, High School Equivalency, Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education Transitional Opportunities. Our program can help you improve your reading, writing, and math skills, refine your English language proficiency, develop interview and employment skills, attend college classes and receive credit, and earn a High School diploma or High School Equivalency.
Our AHS enables Students to earn an AHS Diploma through a curriculum of instruction that aligns with adult education and literacy activities and other core programs and one-stop partners.
COA’s HSE program offers classroom instruction to prepare and qualify learners to successfully pass either their GED® or HiSET®, the designated high school equivalency assessments in North Carolina.
The ABE program enables adults to acquire the basic educational skills that focus on reading, writing, speaking, computing, critical thinking, and problem solving to improve their ability to benefit from job training and have greater opportunities, including employment.
The ESL program helps adults develop the basic language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening; integrating the English language with topics that prepare students for everyday life, employment and citizenship.
COA’s ABETO program helps students with intellectual and developmental disabilities focus on improving their reading/writing and math skills as well as building employability skills.
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If you’re an adult or qualifying minor, you may enroll in CCR programs. Minors between the age of 16 and 17 also qualify for the program. Minor admission requires the parent/legal guardian to complete the Minor Application for Admission. This application must be notarized. Minor applicants desiring to enroll in the Adult High School or High School Equivalency program, whose last school of attendance was within the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Public School System must obtain the Minor Application for Admission from the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Schools Drop-Out Prevention Coordinator.
For more information about registration, please email email@example.com.
Gregory, Dr. Kimberly
Director, College and Career Readiness
COA – Elizabeth City: C 103
252-335-0821 ext. 2259