High School Articulation is an alignment of selected high school courses to CCC curriculum. Articulated courses give juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn high school and college credit at the same time.
There is no tuition expense associated with articulated courses. In order to receive the college credit, the student must earn an A or B in the approved articulated course. College credit earned will be recorded on the student’s CCC transcript at the end of the school year.
Articulated agreements will remain in place until spring semester 2017 unless otherwise noted on the individual high school brochure. Your high school’s articulated courses, career pathways, and early college courses can be found in the “Find your high school” drop down.
To view the articulated, career pathways and early college courses your high school has with CCC, click on the brochure listed below.
Students who are participating in a high school course that is articulated with Central Community College need to establish a file at CCC. Please have students
Create an Account and select “High School student taking a college course” in the “I plan to be a” section.
Early College meeting dates for high school representatives can be found at this link: Upcoming Early College meetings