College of the Siskiyous partners with Siskiyou County High Schools to provide an Advanced Education opportunity by scheduling a college course directly located on a high school campus. Courses scheduled at the high school locations are open to all COS students. Contact your representative below for more information.
|High School||Contact Name||Email Address / Phone Number|
|Butte Valley High School||Natalie DiCiccoemail@example.com|
|Dunsmuir High School||Kevin Lucefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Etna High School||Joy Isbellemail@example.com|
|Golden Eagle Charter School||Arianna Morningstarfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Happy Camp High School||Erica Mitchellemail@example.com|
|McCloud High School||Yolanda Sanchez-Alves||Ysanchezfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Modoc High School||Candace Boudreauxemail@example.com|
|Mount Shasta High School||Juliane Tinsmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tulelake High School||Tara Wrightemail@example.com|
|Weed High School||Kelsea Ochsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yreka High School||Rhonda Dawsemail@example.com|
An articulated course is one in which a course offered at the secondary (K-12) level has been deemed comparable to a specific community college course
Articulation courses can be applied to College of the Siskiyous (COS) requirements, but cannot (per Title 5 Code) be granted college credit, unless the student or course has qualified under the Credit by Examination process (see information below). Articulated courses can meet certificate and major requirements for some degrees (primarily occupational) at COS. This enables students to go directly into the more advanced courses when they reach college. For example, if a student were to articulate the WELD 1101 class while still in high school, they would be able to start with WELD 1102 once they started at COS. Students still need to meet full unit requirements for these certificates and degrees.
College of the Siskiyous currently holds High School articulation agreements for the following classes:
Students who enroll at the College may be eligible to receive college credit for articulated high school course(s) after demonstrating competency as agreed upon through the articulation agreement. Students will demonstrate subject matter competency through an assessment method approved by the College's instructor(s) and appropriate educational administrator. The assessment method will be either an evaluation of a student portfolio or credit by examination as outlined in the articulation agreement.
Students interested in obtaining course credit will:
Dual Enrollment Coordinator