Issued jointly by Wake Technical Community College and the Wake County Public School System.
• Take computer-based courses one at a time • Select from over 32 high school courses • Work at your own pace with personalized assistance from instructors • Courses are free
• Eligible students can need no more than 8 credits to graduate. • Students must complete their first high school course in the open computer lab at the Beltline Education Center. • Bring your high school transcript to one of the AHS NEW STUDENT SESSIONS (for dates, click on the link at the bottom of this page). • At the AHS NEW STUDENT SESSION, you will take a reading placement test (TABE). You will need to score on a high school level to qualify for the program.