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High School Articulation/Dual Enrollment

Articulation

Articulation is the process that identifies courses on a high school campus that are comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, a specific course requirement Cuyamaca College. Successful completion of an articulated course assures the student and the faculty that the student has taken the appropriate course, received the necessary instruction and preparation, and is ready to progress to the next level. High school students that complete articulated courses can receive college credit for those courses at Grossmont or Cuyamaca College. Articulation agreements are in place with Grossmont Union High School District Schools and several Charter Schools.

For a list of courses you can take in your school that articulate to college credit, contact your high school counselor.

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Dual Enrollment

The Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District will provide opportunities for students to enroll in courses at Cuyamaca College or Grossmont College while they are still enrolled in high school. Permission from the high school administrator and parental approval must be obtained prior to registering for classes.

For specific information on dual, or concurrent enrollment at Cuyamaca College, please visit this page.

CATEMA

CATEMA (Career And Technology Education Management Application)  is the online course management used by the Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District. It allows teachers and students to enroll, manage and complete articulation processes for Cuyamaca and Grossmont College from any computer. The web-based interface allows students, teachers, counselors, and school administrators establish and maintain their own user accounts. Teacher recommendations for credit are available to college counselors and registrars.  

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CATEMA Guide for Students

The CATEMA Quick Guide for Students is available here.

 For questions, contact:

Kate Miller
CTE Transitions Specialist
kate.miller@gcccd.edu

CATEMA Guide For Teachers

 The CATEMA Quick Guide for Teachers is available here. 

For questions, contact:

Kate Miller
CTE Transitions Specialist
kate.miller@gcccd.edu

Last Updated: 02/05/2019
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