Reviewed and/or Updated on: September 14, 2017

Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment refers to aligning high school and postsecondary curricula to create sequences of courses offering skill attainment with unnecessary duplication. Articulation focuses on providing opportunities for high school students to take college level course work in order to get a head start on earning college credits while continuing to fulfill high school graduation requirements. If your school district is interested in articulation, check first with the Career Prep Coordinator at your local technical college.

Articulation Agreements

Title

Date Modified

File Type

Advanced Standing 2016-2017 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2016-2017 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2015-2016 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2015-2016 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2014-2015 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2014-2015 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2013-2014 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2013-2014 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2012-2013 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2012-2013 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2011-2012 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2011-2012 12/06/17 Excel File
Advanced Standing 2010-2011 12/06/17 Excel File
Transcripted Credit 2010-2011 12/06/17 Excel File
Historic Advanced Standing Articulation Agreements 12/01/17 Excel File
Historic Transcripted Credit Articulation Agreements 12/01/17 Excel File

Articulation Instructor Information

Title

Date Modified

File Type

Articulation Instructor Information 11/22/16 PDF File

Project Lead the Way (PLTW)

Title

Date Modified

File Type

PLTW Coordinator List - Biomedical 12/01/17 PDF File
PLTW Dual Credit-Advanced Standing Opportunities 12/01/17 PDF File
PLTW Coordinator List - Engineering 12/01/17 PDF File

Resources

Title

Date Modified

File Type

Advanced Standing vs. Transcripted Credit 10/09/17 PDF File
Guiding Principles for Articulation 10/09/17 PDF File
Sample High School Transcript 12/01/17 PDF File