What is High School Articulation? Top of Page
High School Articulation is a process in which High School CRY-ROP courses are deemed equivalent to College Career CTE courses through a formal agreement. College credit will be awarded to students that successfully pass the CRY-ROP course according to the terms of the agreement. The credit actually appears on a student’s college transcript with the same letter grade they received in their high school class.
Articulation reduces the need for students to repeat coursework in college and facilitates a smooth transition from secondary to post-secondary education. It allows students to more efficiently reach their educational and career goals.
By taking an articulated course(s) in High School students can benefit from the following:Top of Page
Active articulation agreements must be in place between CRY-ROP and the participating community college (Chaffey College, Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino Valley College and Riverside City College District) at the time the student was enrolled in the high school class.
In order to receive college credit for an articulated CRY-ROP program, you must:
- Meet minimum requirements as outlined in the articulation agreement.
- Complete the steps found on the directions on how to apply page.