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CCP DUAL CREDIT ALLOWANCES CHART

To support high school students who are earning college credit while in high school through Career & College Promise, NCDPI has determined dual credit allowances for courses included in the Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). UGETC courses will transfer for equivalency credit from NC Community Colleges to UNC Institutions. Students who enroll in and pass these college courses will also receive high school course credit based on the chart below.


INVOICE INFORMATION FOR EXISTING UNIVERSITY/PRIVATE COLLEGE PARTNERS:

Universities and private colleges partnered with Cooperative Innovative High Schools must request tuition reimbursement from the Department of Public Instruction. To receive a reimbursement, specific information must be provided to ensure compliance with financial accounting and audit requirements. This information is provided in the documentation below.

  • University/Private College Billing Memorandum
    (pdf, 184kb)

  • University/Private College Tuition Billing Spreadsheet
    (xls, 46kb)

Specific questions regarding tuition reimbursements should be directed to the NCDPI Division of School Business at 919.807.3700.


CHIS ANNUAL REPORTS

Each CIHS submits an annual report to NCDPI. Annual Reports inform the annual NCDPI CIHS Report to the NC General Assembly. CIHS Annual Reports are due September 28, 2018. Email CIHS Annual Reports to CIHS@dpi.nc.gov.


CIHS RENEWALS

Each CIHS submits a Renewal of CIHS status to NCDPI every five years. CIHS Renewals for this renewal cycle are due March 15, 2019. Email Renewals to CIHS@dpi.nc.gov. If you have any questions about the Renewal form or process, or whether this is the year for your CIHS to renew, please contact Isaac Lake at Isaac.lake@dpi.nc.gov.


CIHS DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE

The Cooperative Innovative High Schools (CIHS) Design and Implementation Guide was developed with input from CIHS principals and staff from across the state. The purpose of the Guide is to encourage and support a design approach to the creation and continuous improvement of CIHS across North Carolina. It is offered as a resource, aligned to legislation, to support CIHS staff, students, and families, as well as district and college partners, as they collaborate to develop and sustain innovative structures, policies and practices to ensure the continued success of CIHS students and schools.