CEC Graduation Project


All documents, links and explanations located on this site are to assist you in completing each part of Craven County Schools' NC Graduation Project process. Please refer to the "Navigation Bar" on the the right to get started. Each page is set up with pertinent information, explanations and documents needed to complete each phase of the project. If at any point you need assistance or have concerns, please contact your grade-level GP advisor or the CEC Grad Project coordinator.

More information about the Graduation Project can be found on the Craven County Schools Graduation Project page.

[ Checkpoints ]

Checkpoints (i.e. deadlines) have been set for each aspect of completing the CCSGP paper, product, and presentation. Firm adherence to these dates is essential to successful completion of the Graduation Project. Be aware that grade level advisors and the Grad Project coordinator will be actively monitoring each student's progress in completing the tasks outlined in these documents (both through viewing student wikispaces and conducting one-on-one conferences). Failure to meet these checkpoints will result in consequences including loss of student privileges (e.g. access to the student center, ability to attend field trips) and inability to register for college courses.

The checkpoints are described in detail in this document (which was also provided to students during initial Grad Project orientation).

[ Initial Paperwork ]

  • CCSGP Expectation Agreement -- Complete this document in Word/OpenOffice, then post the completed version (minus signatures) on your wiki's "Home" page. Print the completed document, obtain the signatures, and submit it to your advisor.
  • CCSGP Plagiarism Policy -- Print this document, obtain the necessary signatures, then submit it to your advisor. It is not necessary to post this document on your student wikispace.
  • CCSGP Proposal -- In order to begin the Graduation Project, you must complete this proposal and receive approval from the CEC Graduation Project Coordinator. It is essential that you brainstorm and flesh out your ideas before you begin elaborate research on a topic; changing your topic later can significantly impact your progress on GP. You must have potential product ideas in addition to your research topic. Complete this document in Word/OpenOffice, then post the completed version (minus signatures) on your wiki's "Home" page. Print the completed document, obtain the signatures, and submit it to your advisor.