Important Information

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    VISIONS is a career development and scholarship program to provide mentoring, career guidance, and scholarships to deserving students from Pitt County’s public high schools.


    Students receive a $1000 scholarship per year to attend PCC. Funds are renewable with satisfactory progress toward completion of a program or degree and active participation in the program.

     

     

    Applicants must:

    . Be a current Junior in Pitt County Schools
    . Have a 2.0-3.2 GPA
    . Plan to attend PCC
    . Have no discipline problems
    . Have a financial need (parents must make less than $50,000)

     


    Applications can be picked up in the counseling office and returned to your Career Development Counselor, Mr. Knox. The deadline to turn in applications is October. 

     

     

    For Senior Information for the Class of 2017:

    Text @a1c73 to 252.565.4338


    $$$   How much does it cost to be a Senior?    $$$

    Here is a list of costs that the average high school senior will be responsible for:

    AP Exams    First Test Free

    Club dues $1.00 per club

    College Applications Fees $25-$100

    Herff-Jones Graduation package options:

    • Cap & Gown (Only Item Required) $55
    • Graduation announcements* $1 each
    • Graduation packages  $200-$305
    • Senior sportswear/key chains/bags Various prices

    Homeroom fees $20

    ($50 if you’ve never paid your fees for the last three years)

    Lost/Damaged Book fees Varies—average textbook $50

    NP sportswear: T-shirt  $10; Sweatshirt $20; Fleece Jacket $25; Polo Shirt $18

    Parking Pass $50

    Pictures:

    • Cap & Gown up to $100
    • Formal drape/tuxedo $100-$500

    Prom ticket $25-$45 single

    SAT $45

    Sports:

    • Physical $10-$30
    • Shoes $50-$100

    Yearbook $50 and up

      This list does not include any fines for textbooks, library books, fundraisers, field trips, athletic uniforms/t-shirts, or national club dues.

     *These are not admission tickets to the graduation ceremony.  Each graduating senior will receive 10 tickets to graduation, free of charge, in late May.