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Which courses are articulated at Redlands High School?

Click on the community college link adjacent to the courses listed below for specific articulation instructions:

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?

  1. Complete a free application to a community college in May of your senior year.
  2. 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).
  3. Complete the student articulation form specific to the community college.
  4. 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.
Click here to download a .pdf file of this articulation information.


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