Articulation agreements exist with many area high schools and career and technology centers for the purpose of granting recognition for the achievement of learning comparable to college level.
Students: Students should check with their high school or career and technology center to see if any articulation agreements are in place. If so, students who satisfactorily complete articulated high school coursework should contact the Admissions Office or the Office of Records and Registration for more information.
Secondary School Personnel: Articulation enhances the high school's or career and technology centers curriculum. Secondary schools with particularly strong program areas for which they desire articulation should contact Sean Carroll - Coordinator of High School Programming, at 724.287.8711, Ext. 8254, toll-free at 1.888.826.2829, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articulation agreements between high schools or career and technology centers and Butler County Community College give students BC3 college credit for course material they learned at their high school or career and technology center. This coursework can be recognized by BC3 in two ways:
The College participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) of the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB). Under this program, BC3 grants credit and advanced placement to students with completed College-level courses in secondary schools and with an AP test score of three or higher.
Contact High School Programming
For more information about any of these programs, please contact
Sean Carroll, Coordinator
High School Programming
724.287.8711, Ext. 8254
High School Programming Secretary
724.287.8711, Ext. 8404
HSP Forms (pdf)
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