Which courses are articulated at Redlands High School?Click on the community college link adjacent to the courses listed below for specific articulation instructions:
- Advanced Multimedia-Riverside Community College course RTF-67 (video)(program of study brochure)
- Early Childhood Studies (video)/Child Development-San Bernardino Valley College and Crafton Hills College course CD-100 (program of study brochure)
- Cabinet Making/Advanced Woodshop-Victor Valley College (video)
- Advanced CAD-San Bernardino Valley College (video)
- CRY-ROP courses (see CRY-ROP instructors)
What is articulation with a community college?
Articulation is a process for high school students to receive credit for a specific Career Technical Education (CTE) class or classes at Redlands High School and receive credit for the course at a local community college.
What are the basic steps of articulation?
- Complete a free application to a community college in May of your senior year.
- Complete the specific CTE Redlands High School or CRY-ROP course(s) including the requirements listed for articulation. (Check with CRY-ROP teacher for CRY-ROP specific instructions).
- Complete the student articulation form specific to the community college.
- Submit an official, sealed transcript showing course completion at RHS to community college.
What are the benefits of articulation?
- Students earn college credits in high school.
- Students are not required to repeat coursework at the community college.
- Students obtain basic skills and knowledge making them “career and college ready.”
- Students save money on the cost of college tuition and textbooks.
- Students obtain a clear pathway to follow an individual career plan.
- Students build a solid foundation of academic and technical courses.
- Students gain an introduction to the workplace.