With CTE Transitions (formerly known as Tech Prep), students can earn college credit while still in high school to identify career pathways. Many Career Technical Education (CTE) programs at Saddleback College have agreements with designated high schools and/or ROPs (Regional Occupational Programs). Students can then transfer credits directly to Saddleback College.
There is no cost for the CTE Transitions program. The career pathways are academically rigorous and provide students with the basic skills for post secondary admission and the technical skills to have productive and successful careers. CTE Transitions is an important school-to-work transition strategy, helping all students make the connection between school and employment.
See Resources for Students to learn which high school/ROP courses have agreements for Saddleback College credit.
See Resources for Educators to learn more about how to articulate courses with Saddleback College, grant funded projects, externships and professional development, and CTE Transitions activities.
See Resources for Counselors to learn more about articulation which include: List of definitions, list of K-12 participating schools, and at a glance FAQ sheet.