Thank you for your interest in College Now! High school instructors, upon approval, teach courses whose content is reviewed for college equivalency. Such review, carried out collaboratively by the high school and community college, helps to maintain the integrity of college accreditation.
Two courses are said to be "articulated" when the high school course has the same content and outcomes as the college course. Although taught in the high school by high school teachers, the course materials, content and instructional quality are consistent with (or "articulated" with) courses offered by the community college. Thanks to this articulation, following high school graduation students are able to make a smooth transition to the next level of college courses in the subject area.
In order to establish an Articulation Agreement between CGCC and the high school, a teacher would first need to qualify to teach a community college-level course, and the course would need to be articulated to the relevant CGCC course.
Step 2: Course Approval (All courses must be approved prior to registering students.)
Step 3: Student Registration
Step 4: Grading