Sonoma County Office of Education

Articulation Agreements

SCOE works closely with post-secondary institutions and has facilitated articulation agreements for 15 high schools in eight industry sectors. Since 2010, high school students have passed over 650 college exams, collectively earning more than 1,230 college credits and saving $51,359 in fees.

An articulated high school CTE course is comparable to a specific community college course, as determined by the faculties in the discipline. Students who complete articulated high school courses may earn college credit by participating in a “credit by examination” process. Specific credit processes vary by institution.

Sector
Course
Units
Business Computerized Bookkeeping 3.0
  Introduction to Business * 3.0
 
Entrepreneurship *
3.0
Culinary and Hospitality Knife Skills 2.0
  Intro to Tourism Sonoma* 1.0
 
Safety and Sanitation
1.0
Digital/Multi Media Web Design 1 1.5
  Adobe PhotoShop 1
  Web Design 2 1.5
  Digital Video Production 1 1.5
  Digital Video Production 2 1.5
 
Computer Animation w/3D
3.0
Education Child Development 1 1.5
 
Child Development 2
1.5
Geospatial
Intro to Graphic Information Systems
3.0
Healthcare
Intro to Anatomy
2.0
 
Medication Administration
1.0
Information Technology IT Essentials 4.0
 
Cisco Networking
4.0
Manufacturing
Intro to Machine Tool Technology
2.0
Transportation Intro to Automotive Technology 2.5
  Diesel Shop Practices 3.0
 
Preventive Maintenance/Inspection
3.0

All articulation agreements are with Santa Rosa Junior College except where indicated with an asterisk (*). Those agreements are with Napa Valley College.


Lisa Wittke Schaffner, Board Member
"The Sonoma County Board of Education sets policy for its alternative education program, serves in an oversight role for SCOE, and supports our educational agenda. We believe every student has a unique set of abilities, potential, and needs. Our board compliments the work and innovation of SCOE, and serves as an educational partner for the Sonoma County community." - Lisa Wittke Schaffner, Board Member