This is an option which allows students to demonstrate deep mastery of a course’s content, getting credit and a pass/fail grade for the course by taking an assessment and completing an artifact. Transitioning away from seat time, in favor of a structure that creates flexibility, allows students to progress as they demonstrate mastery of academic content. Failed attempts at CDM are not reflected on a student’s transcript.
Beginning in the Spring of 2015: Access to the CDM process is open to all North Carolina Public School students in grades rising 9th-12th. CDM is offered for all high school courses (and those high school courses offered in middle school) with the exception of the following:
What is the process for acquiring high school credit through CDM?
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Alexander Central Counselors
Chase Hoyle (Students with last names A-D)
Natasha Smith (Students with last names E-K)
Tiffany Towslee (Students with last names L-R)
Leah Wiley (Students with last names S-Z)
Alexander Central Assistant Principal
Alexander County Schools Chief Academic Officer