CTE Dual Credit is a partnership between college and high school instructors designed
to guide local students into high-skill, high-wage careers with local industries.
High school students can earn dual credit at both their high school, and at Lower
Columbia College, without leaving high school or doing additional homework!
Dual credit applies to career and technical education (CTE) courses, which then transfer
to college programs.
Credits earned at Lower Columbia College will transfer to any Washington State two-year
institution or college, and some* four-year colleges.
*Please consult with your four-year college advisor to see how your credits might transfer.
High school students enrolled in CTE dual credit courses at their high schools are
eligible for FREE LCC college credit through this program. Click your high school
link below to see what courses are available to you.
Students will need to request to transfer CTE dual credits by emailing an unofficial
high school transcript for review to firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents, school administrators or teachers cannot request transfers on behalf of
Approved articulation agreements are signed and in effect for up to three years, at
which point, the renewal process will begin. The life of an agreement is subject to
changes based on any LCC or high school instructor changes. For specific information
regarding renewals, please submit questions to email@example.com.
Review your high school’s past and current articulated courses to understand course
availability; articulation expectations; and course engagement.
Submit a request for articulation to the Career Connected Learning Coordinator.
Create an account on the ReviewR platform - this is the site LCC utilizes to receive
articulation requests. LCC Faculty submit feedback via this platform, after submitting
your request(s) please monitor your account and email for anticipated feedback comments,
including approval notification.
Documents required for articulations may include: course syllabus with outcomes; information
on course resources and materials such as textbooks, software, and other learning
devices; and Programs of Study documentation.
Use of the REviewR platform allows for electronic confirmation of the CTE high school
teachers and corresponding LCC faculty. Upon completion of this process, the high
school CTE Director and the applicable LCC Deans will sign the comprehensive articulation
agreement cover letter, inclusive of all articulated courses between the partner high
school and Lower Columbia College.
Current List of Participating High Schools and Districts
The Career Connected Learning Coordinator will communicate with high school teachers
to schedule classroom visits to help with registering students in the SERS database
and to inform them about CTE Dual Credits.
(360) 442-2495 firstname.lastname@example.org
(360) 442-2610 email@example.com