Articulation Agreements

What is an articulation agreement?

An articulation agreement between a high school and a community college allows high school students to receive community college credit for an approved high school class if the student receives a “C” grade or better. The community college classes also carry either CSU (California State University) or UC (University of California) transferable credit or both, depending on the class. High school articulation means that a student does not have to repeat the same content in the community college that they already studied in high school.  

What is the process to petition college credit for my High School Course?

Students must apply on-line to be a VCCCD student, and create an account in the CATEMA tracking database, with the help of a college representative. Their high school teacher will enter the student grade in the CATEMA database and recommend the student for credit.  The college faculty for the equivalent college class will approve the grade, and credit will be awarded by the Registrar’s Office.

High school students will receive the grade for the class that they obtained in high school, plus the note “CRE” (credit-by-exam) on their VCCCD transcript. The Ventura County Community College District transcript shows credit awarded through any one of the 3 sister colleges: Moorpark College, Oxnard College or Ventura College. High school articulated credit may only be petitioned during the final semester that the student is enrolled in the equivalent high school course; credit may not be petitioned after the semester finishes. VCCCD credit will be awarded in the spring for fall classes; and in the fall for spring, year-round and summer classes. High school students pay no fees for these articulated classes, as per VCCCD Board policy.


Career Education Division

Office: MCW Third Floor
Phone number: (805) 289-6430
Articulation Contact: Raul Torres
Email: raul_torres6@vcccd.edu

 


 

ACE CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
Fundamental of Construction (sem)

ARCH V11 - Blueprint Reading: Architectural Construction

3.0
Building Construction

CT V64 - Building Construction: Materials & Methods

3.0
Introduction to Electrical, Plumbing, and Mechanical Systems

CT V75 - Introduction to Electrical, Plumbing, and Mechanical Systems

3.0
Drafting Fundamentals

DRFT V03 - Drafting Fundamentals

3.0

AutoCAD S1 & S2

DRFT V05A - Intro to AutoCAD

2.0

 

ADOLFO CAMARILLO HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course

College Course

Units
Wood Shop 1 and 2

CT V30 - Shop Woodworking

3.0
CAD and Architecture

DRFT V03 - Drafting Fundamentals

3.0
Principals of Engineering, Wood

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0

 

BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
College and Career Foundations (Get Focused Stay Focused)

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning

3.0

Construction Technology: Cabinetry ROP

CT V30 - Shop Woodworking

3.0
Welding & Fabrication

WEL V01 - Introduction To Welding

3.0
Honors Environmental Field Studies

WS V10 - Basic Water and Wastewater Systems

3.0

 

FILLMORE HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
College and Career Foundations (Get Focused Stay Focused)

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning

3.0

 

FOOTHILL TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
College and Career Foundations (Get Focused Stay Focused)

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning.

3.0
Biotechnology

BIOT V30 - Introductory Biotechnology 

4.0

 

NORDHOFF HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
College and Career Foundations (Get Focused Stay Focused)

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning

3.0
Advanced Welding

WEL V01 - Intro to Welding

3.0
Honors Environmental Field Studies

WS V10 - Basic Water and Wastewater Systems

3.0

 

OAK PARK HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
 Arch 3 & 4

ARCH V11 - Blueprint Reading: Architectural/Construction

2.0
Wood 1 Cabinet Making Millwork

ARCH V15 - Design & Model Construction

2.0

Arch 1 & 2

DRFT V03 - Drafting Fundamentals

3.0

 

OXNARD HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course

College Course

Units
Principals of Engineering, Wood

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0

 

RIO MESA HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course

College Course

Units
Principals of Engineering, Wood

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0

 

ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
Wood Design 1

CT V30 - Shop Woodworking

3.0

 

SANTA PAULA HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
AVID 1; Choices: College & Career; Introduction to Human Services

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning

3.0

Intro to CAD and Technical Drawing ROP

DRFT V03 - Drafting Fundamentals

3.0
Honors Engineering Drafting and Design
 

DRFT V05A - Introduction to AutoCAD

2.0

 

SIMI VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
Advanced CAD Drafting and Design

ARCH V11 - Blueprint Reading: Architectural/Construction

2.0
Wood Design 1

CT V30 - Shop Woodworking

3.0

 

THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units

Construction Technology: Cabinetry ROP

CT V30 - Shop Woodworking

3.0

Machine Tool Technology ROP

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0
Advanced Welding

WEL V01 - Intro to Welding

3.0

 

VENTURA HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course Units
Get Focused Stay Focused

COUN V02 - Career Exploration and Life Planning

3.0
CAD Drafting

DRFT V03 - Drafting Fundamentals

3.0
Metal I

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0
Welding and Fabrication

WEL V01 - Intro to Welding

3.0
Honors Environmental Field Studies

WS V10 - Basic Water and Wastewater Systems

3.0

 

VENTURA COUNTY REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM

HS Course College Course Units

Applied Manufacturing ROP

MT V02 - Applied Machining I

2.0
Advanced Welding ROP

WEL V01 - Intro to Welding

3.0

 

WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL

HS Course College Course                   Units                     
Honors Environmental Field Studies

WS V10 - Basic Water and Wastewater Systems

3.0