For Teachers Interested in Articulating a High School
Career Technical Education Course with a Los Rios College Course

To articulate your course, select the college closest to your school's service area:

American River College. Cosumnes River College. Folsom Lake College. Sacramento City College.

What is High School Articulation?

High School Articulation is designed to help students make a smooth transition from high school to college or career training without duplicating classes. Students can earn college credit for successfully completing an articulated course, thereby saving money, time and effort, and most importantly getting a head start on their college and career.

Architecture students. Architecture students. TV student. RTVF student editing video on a computer. Student welding.

I never thought college was for me.

Taking an articulated class made me realize that I have a lot more options for my future than I thought. Doing well in my articulated course made me realize that I can be successful in college.

I'm reaching my career goals faster.

I know what career I want to pursue.
Earning college credit in high school
is helping me get my career jump started.

Seeing this process through is motivating.

Taking the steps to earn college credit while in high school has encouraged me to start thinking about my future. I am much more excited about going to college now that I have found my career path.

I'm reaching my career goals faster.

I know what career I want to pursue.
Earning college credit in high school
is helping me get my career jump started.

College is expensive!

Getting college credit for high school classes has saved my family and me money and time. In high school articulated courses, classes and books are free. I won't have to take these classes again in college.