Need to get back to the basics?
At BCC, anyone 16 years or older can earn a high school diploma.
Classes are free and offered at a variety of times and in different formats to meet students’ needs.
Students can improve their reading, writing, mathematics, and communication skills through the five programs below.
This program will prepare the student for college or career by helping them complete their high school diploma. Students will complete required course work for a high school diploma such as English, NC History, Algebra, Biology, etc.
Students who require more than 15 high school credits to graduate can use this pathway to earn a diploma equivalent to a high school diploma. Students will take GED or HiSET tests to determine if they have the knowledge and skills of a high school graduate. The fee to take the GED is $80, and the HiSET is $50.
Students in this program can improve their ability to read and speak English.
Students in this program work to improve their English, reading, math, and employment-related skills.
In this program, students can earn a high school diploma and career-related certificate (Pharmacy Technician, Nursing Assistant, Welding, Early Childhood) at no added cost.
Use the minor application to register students at ages 16 or 17.
To request a GED transcript, please follow the directions at www.diplomasender.com.