RACE (Articulation)
RACE
(Regional Articulation Career and Technical Education)
 
 
Which college credit can you earn?

RACE is a regional articulation agreement that allows students to earn college credit while in high school.  Students should not only think about the present but the future as well.  Whether a student chooses to attend a community college, four-year university, serve in the armed forces, or enter into the work world, decisions made today will impact the student tomorrow. 

One of the ways to think and plan for the future is to take advantage of the opportunity to earn articulated college credit while the student is in high school.  This is a great way to build a post secondary transcript. Credit offered through this RACE agreement  is available at community colleges throughout North Carolina.  Locally, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College (AB TECH) and Blue Ridge Community College have recognized this program as a seamless transition between high school and college. 

Earning articulated credit is easy!  Here is how it works! 

A student must: 
  1. 1.  Register for a Career-Technical Education (CTE) class (listed below)
  2. 2.  Earn an 90 or higher on the CTE Post Assessment  for the class
  3. 3.  Make a B or better in the class
  4. 4.  Completes an A-B Tech or BRCC application within two years of high school graduation

Click on the link below to see which course TCR is offering this year:

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