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About High School CTE Articulation

CTE programs prepare students for professional level employment or postsecondary education in a timely and efficient way.

High School instructors identify Rio Hondo College CTE courses where content and objectives align. An articulated course has gone through a formal articulation agreement process where both the high school and college faculty agree that the high school course content meets the objectives and rigor of the community college course.

The student is given credit for the class after meeting the terms of the articulation agreement. High School CTE 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 gaining advanced learning in their program of choice.

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Contact the Career Pathways Specialist at Rio Hondo College.

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