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High School Partners & Articulation


High School Partners

WLAC has a dual enrollment partnership with local high schools to offer concurrent and dual enrollment classes during the school year and summer. Classes may satisfy high school and/or college credits as well as career pathways. A majority of classes are UC and/or CSU transferable. 

For more information about establishing a CCAP agreement or for assistance with selecting pathways for your high school students, please contact us at dualenrollment@wlac.edu.



Complete the electronic Off-Site Request Form:

WLAC Dual Enrollment Office will follow up to confirm the request and class details. Once confirmation is received, the site may begin recruitment.


Complete the WLAC Tracker by identifying the students interested in the class(es) requested.

Upload the Tracker to the shared folder and notify us that it is available. See "Important Dates" for deadlines. All information will be maintained via the shared folder.

Advise students to complete the College Application and K12/Dynamic Form (refer students to video tutorials and/or workshops). Monitor their progress via the shared Tracker.


Enrolling in college courses can seem intimidating so be sure to assist students in need. Click here for the Enrollment Guide.


What is High School Articulation

Career Technical Education (CTE) and High School Articulation; Earn College Credit for High School Courses.

High School articulation provides a legal process to align curriculum and instruction providing a seamless career pathway transition between courses, grades and schools at secondary institutions (including Adult Schools), community colleges and college/university levels. Articulation is open to all public Adult Schools, High Schools, and ROP's in California.

Articulation provides a streamlined path for students who complete a program of study in high school and wish to continue on that path at the community college. These articulation agreements create sequences of progressive, non-duplicated education leading to technical skill proficiency, a credential, a certificate, and/or a degree in a wide range of fields and careers. Such agreements include "credit by exam" to receive college credit for rigorous coursework taken at the high school level (separate from AP classes). Through the credit by examination process, high school students may receive credit at the college level for articulated courses.

Current Agreements

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