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Articulated Credit:
High School students meeting certain eligibility criteria may receive college credit for Career-Technical Education courses taken in high school. Community College articulated credit for high school CTE courses may be awarded if the following criteria are met:

- Grade of B or higher in the course
- Score of 93 or higher on the CTE Elements state exam
- Enroll in any NC community college within two years of high school graduation date

Click here to access the High School to Community College Articulation Agreement between The NC Department of Public Instruction and The NC Community College System. This document outlines which high school CTE courses are eligible for community college articulated credit.

Click here to access the NC High School to Community College Articulation Agreement Website

Click here to view a list of articulated courses for high school CTE courses beginning July 1, 2012 or later.


Randolph County Schools Career and Technical Education programs do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, or disability in its programs or activities.