What is High School Articulation?
Articulation is a way for high school students to earn college credit as they build career and technical education skills. A high school student can receive PPCC credit if they earn an A or B in their high school courses(s). Articulated credit and coursework will be recorded on an official Pikes Peak Community College transcript.
Earn College Credit While Still in High School
- Complete an articulated course with a B or better.
- Apply for admission (free!) to PPCC. (Detailed PPCC Application Instructions for High School Students)
- Fill out the Articulation Credit Request Form and have your teacher sign it.
- Return the packet and $10 for each course (not to exceed $40 per semester) to PPCC.
- Sit back and wait for your college transcript to arrive!
For more information, contact your high school counselor, career and technical education teachers, or the PPCC High School Programs Office.