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Credentials and Articulation Agreement

 
Leading the Way:  Wilkes County Schools Makes the Top 10!
2015-2016 Credentialing Data
Based on the number of credentials earned as a percentage of CTE course enrollment, the top Local Education Agencies and charters are shown in the chart below. Note that some students earn multiple credentials, and credentials are not available in all courses.
Local Education Agency/Charter % Earned
90 Bladen County Schools
45.0%
995 Yancey County Schools 42.4%
200 Cherokee County Schools 41.4%
36C Mountain Charter 40.7%
700 Elizabeth City - Pasquotank Public Schools 40.5%
610 Mitchell County Schools 38.5%
720 Perquimans County Schools
35.5%
861 Elkin City Schools 33.0%
970 Wilkes County Schools 32.0%
230 Cleveland County Schools 32.0%
 
East Wilkes High Students receiving OSHA Safety Certifications
Students pictured are from EWHS. They recently received their OSHA Safety Certification.
 

The attainment of an industry-recognized credential ensures that students graduate from high school globally competitive for work and postsecondary education.

 

An industry-recognized certification or credential helps businesses: 

  • Save many hours of training time because their new hire is already trained.
  • Be confident that the credential holder has already learned a specific set of skills.
 

An industry-recognized certification or credential helps students:

  • Validate their knowledge and skill attainment with an industry-recognized certification.
  • Stand out in a field of job applicants.
  • Start at a higher salary level.
 
 
High School to Community College Articulation Agreement
An articulation agreement is a systematic, seamless student transition process from high school to college that maximizes the use of resources and minimizes content duplication.  This link will bring you to the high school to community college articulation agreement.  Learn about the courses you can take while in high school that will give you community college credit.