Course Articulation- High School/ROP
Many Career and Technical Education courses taken during high school, offered by the high school or ROP may be eligible for course articulation. If a course has been articulated, there is an agreement in place between the high school/ROP and Community College stating that the student will receive credit for the course if they received an A or B in the course.
For students who want to earn college credit for their high school/ROP course:
- Enroll in a CTE Transitions course at your high school/ROP (see List of courses for your high school/ROP).
- Earn an “A” or “B” in the course.
- Receive a certificate from your teacher at the end of the course.
- Apply to Golden West College.
- Complete 12 units in the pathway of the articulated course.
- Submit the certificate or your high school/ROP transcript indicating the “A” or “B” in a tech prep class to a Golden West College counselor.
- College credit for CTE Transitions class will be awarded.
CTE Transition Course Articulation Certificate