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College Credit

Articulation  -  UC/CSU Approved   /  Honors Weighted

  • Articulated College Credit
    • Articulated courses offer high school students the opportunity to earn both college credit and high school graduation credit while meeting the requirement for introductory level college courses.  The Articulation agreements define courses which are comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, courses at the community college thereby allowing students to bypass said prerequisite course once enrolled.  These agreements assure students that specified Career Technical Education coursework completed in high school will transfer and can satisfy lower requirements at the transfer institution.   

  • UC a-g Courses
    • Courses taken in high school that are approved by UC/CSU and appear on the institution's "a-g" course list meet the entrance requirements for the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) admittance.  Only students who earn a grade of A or B will receive college credit. These courses are academically challenging, involve substantial reading, writing, problem solving and laboratory work (as appropriate), and show serious attention to analytical thinking, factual content and developing students' oral and listening skills.
  • Honors Weighted GPA Courses
    • The UC Admissions office has approved an honors weighted GPA bump for CTE courses that are articulated with a community college and meet the UC a-g approval.