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Career Education (CE) and High School Articulation: Earn College Credit for High School Courses

What is High School Articulation?

Articulation is a process where you can earn college credits for specific Career Education courses that you take in high school by matching the course requirements with an equivalent college course. As a high school student, you may be taking CE or ROP classes that have an articulation agreement with FLC. This means that if you earn an A or B in the class, you earn credit not only from your high school, but college credit from FLC!

Benefits of High School Articulation

  • Earn your college degree in less time
  • Eliminate duplication of coursework between high school and college
  • Save money - concurrently enrolled students don't pay tuition
  • Experience the college environment
  • Explore career fields before starting college

Our High School Articulation Handbook is a great resource!

For more information about the Folsom Lake College High School Articulation Program, please contact the Career Education Transitions Coordinator at

What High School Students Are Saying

"The high school articulation program encouraged me to continue towards college. It’s a great way to get started on my future."

"This class gave me a sense of direction and the confidence that I can do college level work. It allowed me to have a more in-depth education while feeling accomplished."