Finish High School
Welcome to the WPCC
College and Career Readiness Program!
New student orientation is January 3-4, 2017!
Students interested in day classes should attend January 3-4, 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Students interested in evening classes should attend January 3-4, 6:00-9:00 pm. No appointment necessary!
Western Piedmont Community College offers two ways to finish your high school education.
Adult High School Program
- Combine credits earned in public school with credits earned in our free Adult High School Program.
- Choose to complete 22 credits and earn a high school diploma issued jointly by Burke County Public Schools and Western Piedmont Community College.
High School Equivalency Program
- WPCC’s High School Equivalency Program gives you the chance to earn a diploma through a national program.
- Pass the HiSET, TASC, or GED® Test to earn your diploma,
- Prepare by studying language arts, science, social studies, and math in our free classes at the Jim A. Richardson Complex off Enola Road at 200 East College Drive [map], community sites, and online, and
- Receive your High School Equivalency Diploma issued by the State of North Carolina!
Why Finish High School?
- Increase your income.
- Increase your job opportunities.
- Complete a requirement for college or military service entry.
- Be a role model for your children.
- Help your children with their homework.
- Increase your options for the future.
- Feel better about yourself!
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Get More Information
Want to learn more about your options to finish high school? Visit our Get More Information page and send us your questions or call (828) 448-6750.
We look forward to seeing you on campus!