All three of Mitchell’s early college high schools– Agriculture and Science Early College (ASEC), Collaborative College for Technology and Leadership (CCTL) and Crossroads Arts Sciences Early College – earned exceptional scores on the 2018-19 N.C. School Report Card. All three earned a school performance grade of A, with graduation rates outstripping state and local averages. In addition, CCTL was the only local high school program to earn a grade of A, a score in the 90s and Exceeded Growth.
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Mitchell Community College has announced that the following students made the full-time and part-time Dean’s List for the summer semester 2019.
It turned from day to night as graduates from Mitchell Community College were recognized during commencement Friday evening. The front of Mitchell’s campus, affectionately known as “The Circle,” was flooded with families, friends and students eager to receive that hallowed piece of paper.
Mitchell Community College will be holding its seventh annual Doris Betts Spring Literary Festival Saturday.
Iredell-Statesville Schools and Mitchell Community College are on a two-hour delay this morning because of the potential for ice on the roads.
A suspect was arrested Wednesday morning after leading police on a high-speed chase through downtown Statesville and crashing into the brick wall at the entrance to Mitchell Community College.
David Dowdy, premiere business coach in the Piedmont and Foothills of North Carolina, will be conducting a small business seminar on the Moore…
Postponed a day because of rain, Mitchell Community College held its annual commencement ceremony Saturday morning.
Mitchell Community College recently announced it will hold a combined Basic Firefighting Certification and Emergency Medical Technician Certification Class in fall 2018. Students can earn the certifications to begin a career in firefighting in a single semester.
Mitchell Community College will host its Information Technology Open House from 3-7 p.m. Thursday, April 19 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, April 20 at the Mooresville Campus, 219 N. Academy St.