City of Statesville - Located in a lovely rural area yet convenient to urban amenities in Charlotte and Winston-Salem, history and modern growth blend to enrich today’s lifestyle in Statesville. Excellent schools and facilities complement diverse industry, retail, financial, health care and business establishments. Affordable housing and community activities make Statesville a comfortable fit for young and old alike. Spend an evening...or a lifetime.
Iredell County - was incorporated in 1788 when it was formed from adjacent Rowan County. It is named for Judge James Iredell (1751-1799), Attorney General of North Carolina during the Revolutionary War and a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1788.
Iredell County, NC - Iredell County was incorporated in 1788 when it was formed from adjacent Rowan County. It is named for Judge James Iredell. The county seat of Statesville is approximately 45 miles north of Charlotte, and approximately 130 miles west of Raleigh, the state capital. Lake Norman, the nation's largest manmade lake by surface area, extends into the southwest portion of the county with approximately 520 miles of shoreline.
Town of Mooresville - Mooresville is located in southern Iredell County in the Piedmont region of North Carolina. The Town’s location between the Charlotte metropolitan area and the city of Statesville, the County seat, has created diversified employment opportunities. The Town is the municipal center of the Mooresville-South Iredell region, an area that boasts Lake Norman, the state’s largest man-made lake by surface area with 520 miles of shoreline.
Town of Troutman - Troutman, home to over 2100 residents and nestled in the Carolina Piedmont, embraces the quintessential small town spirit that gives it such distinct charm.
Iredell-Statesville Schools - With more than 20,000 students, Iredell-Statesville Schools ranks among the 20 largest school districts in North Carolina. As a district committed to quality and a 2008 recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, Iredell-Statesville Schools serves as a model school district not only for other districts in North Carolina, but also across the entire nation.
Mooresville Graded School District - The Mooresville Graded School District is located in the town of Mooresville approximately 30 miles north of Charlotte in the Southern Piedmont region of North Carolina. A district of approximately 5500 students, MGSD consists of three elementary schools, two intermediate schools one middle schools and one high school which includes an advanced technology and arts center.
Centralina Workforce Development Board - As the board responsible for local workforce funding, we invest in our community by partnering with economic development, education and businesses to create innovative strategies to serve career seekers and businesses. Our mission is very simple - - workforce development. Our vision - - not so simple. It’s to make sure that every one of our region’s businesses can compete in the global economy with an exceptional workforce.
Goodwill Industries of NC - Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina is a private, nonprofit organization that has been serving the community since 1926. At Goodwill, we believe that all people, regardless of situation, should have access to meaningful employment. Through workforce development programs, we help individuals develop the skills they need for today's job market.
Greater Statesville Development Corporation - The Greater Statesville Development Corporation (GSDC) is a public-private partnership of local governments and business leaders. Our purpose is to promote the industrial and commercial development of the City of Statesville, the Town of Troutman and the surrounding area of upper Iredell County, North Carolina. We provide a variety of services and assistance to help locate, maintain and expand new and existing businesses and industries in our area.
Mooresville South-Iredell Economic Development Corporation - We are the Mooresville South Iredell Economic Development Corporation (MSIEDC) a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and success of the Mooresville Business community. We work with the town, county, state, and local organizations to address business issues and opportunities in an effort to maintain and ensure a vibrant and healthy business community.
Iredell Living - Local Magazine
Mooresville Tribune - Local Newspaper
Statesville Record & Landmark - Local Newspaper
Downtown Statesville Development Corporation - Downtown Statesville Development Corporation’s mission is to maintain and develop Downtown Statesville as the cultural, economic, social and historic center of the community. Our goal is to create an environment which fosters the redevelopment of Downtown Statesville’s central business district and serve as a catalyst for private development and public partnerships.
Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce - The Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for our members and our community on business-related issues and participates in initiatives that positively affect the quality of life in our community.
Iredell Arts Council - Serving as the umbrella organization for the arts in Iredell County, North Carolina and as the conduit for North Carolina Arts Council Grassroots Funding. Offering information, referrals, event coordination and general support for artists and art activities.
Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce - The purpose of this organization is for advancement of the civic, commercial and industrial growth of general interest of the Town of Mooresville and the South Iredell area. It is a nonprofit organization. It dispenses information concerning all aspects of the community and acts as the catalyst in the civic activities. The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce is a major force in promoting the quality of life.
National Commission on Teaching & America's Future - NCTAF works through partnerships with national organizations, policymakers, state agencies, school districts, business leaders, and the higher education community to raise awareness, mobilize stakeholders, and strengthen policies to improve teaching quality. NCTAF supports quality teaching through analysis, advocacy, action, and alliances.
Last day to withdraw from first 4-week session to ensure a grade of “W”
Tue. Jun. 18, 2013
Last day to receive 100% refund for second 4-week session
Fri. Jun. 28, 2013
Classes end for first 4-week session
Fri. Jun. 28, 2013
Drop/Add for second 4-week session through 7/2/13
Mon. Jul. 1, 2013