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High School Career Pathways to SRJC

For High School Students and Parents

If you are in the process of completing two or more Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses in high school, you are considered a Career Pathway student.

If your high school CTE courses are articulated with SRJC, you may be eligible for advanced placement and college credit.

Benefits of CTE Articulation

  • Saves time and money
  • Eliminates duplicated coursework
  • Provides opportunities for college credit that is, in most cases, transferrable to a California State University (CSU)
  • Provides a head start at SRJC
  • Eases college transition
  • Connects to SRJC certificates, degree, and university transfer programs

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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.