In today's global workplace, there is a need to ensure that high school graduates are prepared for college, postsecondary training, and the work place. One way to prepare students is to expose them to opportunities to earn college credit and experience college-level instruction while still in high school.
You can start earning college credit now! North East ISD and ACCD (Alamo Community College District) offer programs that allow you to explore career and technology occupations, earn college credit, and prepare for your future.
These agreements are available for students to take high school courses that may count for local articulation credit within community colleges at ACCD (Alamo Community College District). Credit opportunities vary by campus following the terms of the agreement.
Statewide Articulated Credit (ATC)
The Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) Program allows high school students to receive credit at participating community colleges across Texas for taking certain enhanced technical courses. The ATC Program does this by creating statewide articulated courses - these are special high school courses that can transfer to community colleges.
For more information on statewide articulated courses - click here.