The Caroline County Public Schools Course Catalog includes detailed information about graduation requirements, programs of
study (majors), service learning and course descriptions.
Caroline Career & Techonology Center (CCTC)
Caroline Career & Technology Center (CCTC) is home to Caroline County’s Career & Technology
Education (CTE) programs. These programs help ensure every student is equipped with the academic
and technical skills to enter the world of work, military, or post-secondary education. Students from North Caroline and Colonel Richardson High School attended CCTC programs.
Specific CCTC programs include agriculture, cosmetology, healthcare, Project Lead the Way (Biomed and
Engineering), Teacher Academy, and many others.
Advanced Placement (AP) Classes
Advanced Placement (AP) classes offer students the opportunity to take college-level curricula and
exams while attending high school. Colleges and universities may grant course credit or placement to
students who score sufficiently well on their AP exams. This can help students significantly reduce the
cost of their college education.
AP Classes offered at NCHS include:
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
English Language and Composition
English Literature and Composition
French Language and Culture
Government and Politics
Spanish Language and Culture
United States History
Caroline County Public Schools partners with Chesapeake College to offer students dual enrollment
opportunities. Students may enroll at Chesapeake College and complete college-level courses while still
in high school. Chesapeake College offers students a 25% discount on tuition for participating students.
Students must be at least 16 years old and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 to participate. To learn more,
please contact your guidance counselor.
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CCPS maintains a database of scholarships students may apply for. We encourage students to review the
list and apply for all scholarships for which they are eligible!
Naval Junior ROTC
NCHS partners with Easton High School to provide students with the opportunity to participate in Naval
Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC). The program emphasizes citizen and leadership
development, as well as naval/maritime topics.