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Three female students outside, smiling and looking at the camera.Locally Articulated Course Credit

South Piedmont Community College partners with local high schools to determine which high school courses can be accepted for college credit.

Certain standards must be met to receive credit at the community college level:

  1. Earn a grade of "B" or higher in the high school course.
  2. A raw score of 80 or higher on the standardized VoCATS post assessment test (prior to Fall 2011) or a score of 93 or higher on the respective course post-assessment (beginning Fall 2011).
  3. Enroll at SPCC within two years of high school graduation.
  4. The course must be within a declared major at SPCC.
  5. Course prerequisites must be met before credit may be earned.

Table of high school courses that can be articulated to South Piedmont.