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High School Career Pathways to SRJC

For Educators

If you are a high school Career Pathway teacher or SRJC CTE instructor who’s interested in articulating your CTE course(s), you should start by:

  • Exploring existing articulation agreements and templates developed by California high school and community college faculty under the Statewide Pathways initiative. (link: This project is overseen by the State Academic Senate of California Community Colleges.

Access the Following PDFs

  • Articulation Handbook
  • Overview of SRJC Articulation Process
  • Getting Started With Articulation
  • Request to Articulate and Check List
  • Student Options Under Articulation

Articulation Benefits for Individual Schools

  • Attracts, retains, and may help motivate students to earn college credit in high school CTE courses
  • Minimizes course redundancy and establishes uniform competency criteria
  • Provides forum to exchange information among high school/ROP and SRJC instructors
  • Provides access to SRJC industry advisory committees
  • Encourages the review, assessment, and updating of CTE course curriculum through ongoing communication in subject area disciplines

School Initiatives & Career Pathway Development  (707) 524-1732

This publication was produced pursuant to grant agreement number 08-C01-061. A project supported by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (CTEA), Title I, Part C funds awarded to Santa Rosa Junior College, Grantee by the Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges.