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Career Education (CE) and High School Articulation: Earn College Credit for High School Courses

What is High School Articulation?

Articulation is a process where you can earn college credits for specific Career Education courses that you take in high school by matching the course requirements with an equivalent college course. As a high school student, you may be taking CE or Regional Occupational Program (ROP) classes that have an articulation agreement with CRC. This means that if you earn an A or B in the class and on the final exam, you earn credit not only from your high school, but college credit from CRC!

Benefits of Career Education Programs:

  • Earn your college degree in less time
  • Eliminate duplication of coursework between high school and college
  • Save money - concurrently enrolled students don’t pay tuition
  • Experience the college environment
  • Explore career fields before starting college

For more information about CRC's High School Articulation Program, please contact: 
Traci Scott
Outreach Specialist for CE and High School Articulation
(916) 691-7012

More About High School Articulation

Looking for articulation information for transferring to a four-year college? Please visit our Articulation page.

High School Articulation Facts

High school graduation rates are higher for students participating in Career Education college articulation programs.

86% of high school grads who participate in CE programs go on to attend college.