CTE Dual Credit

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Is CTE Dual Credit for me?

Are you interested in exploring a hands-on career path while completing your high school degree? If so, Career Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit is for you! Earn FREE credits toward industry credential and/or a college degree while you are still attending high school in CBC’s CTE Dual Credit program.

 

Benefits of CTE Dual Credit

  • Save time and tuition by earning college credit and high school credit at the same time.
  • Gain valuable hands-on experience and career exploration opportunities.
  • Get a head start on industry credential and/or a college degree.

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CTE Dual Credit Courses by High School

CTE Dual Credit courses are subject to change. Contact your high school counselor or career specialist to confirm which classes in your school are eligible.

High School Course Title      
College Course Title Credits
Advanced Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
Auto Mechanics 3 and 4 AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109 Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Teaching Academy EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  *Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits. 
Commercial Foods Academy 1st Year BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Commercial Foods Academy 2nd Year BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Enterprise Experiential BUS 268 Marketing Special Projects II 2

Early Childhood Education/GRADS

ECED& 100 Child Care Basics 3

Tech Literacy 1, Microsoft Office Suite

CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2

Tech Literacy 2, Microsoft Office Suite

CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2

Entrepreneurship

BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

Fashion Marketing

BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

Financial Literacy

BUS 120 Personal Finance 5

Botany

HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5

Introduction to Marketing

BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

School Store, Marketing Operations

BUS 272 Organizational Development 3

Store Management

BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5

Metals 1 and 2, 3 and 4, or 5 and 6

WT 101 Oxy-Acetylene Process 1

CAD/SolidWorks

MT 102 SolidWorks for Machine Technology 5

Autobody Technology/ Construction Trades/ Welding

INT 101 Forklift Operations 1 (P/F)

Welding Technology/ Construction Trades

IHT 100 OSHA 10 1 (P/F)

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Advanced Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
Auto Mechanics 3 and 4 AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109 Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Animal Science AG 102 Intro to Animal Science 5
Teaching Academy EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  * Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits. 
CAD/
SolidWorks
MT 102 SolidWorks for Machine Technology 5
Metals 1 and 2, 3 and 4, or 5 and 6 WT 101 Oxy-Acetylene Process 1
  WT 111 Oxy Acetylene Process Lab 3
Commercial Foods Academy 1st Year BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Commercial Foods Academy 2nd Year BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Enterprise Experiential BUS 268 Marketing Special Projects II 2
Microsoft Office Suite 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Microsoft Office Suite 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Tech Literacy 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Early Childhood Education/
GRADS
ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Entrepreneurship BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Fashion Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Sports and Entertainment Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Financial Algebra BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Horticulture HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Introduction to Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Store Management BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
School Store, Marketing Operations BUS 272 Organizational Development 3
Autobody Technology/ Construction Trades/ Welding INT 101 Forklift Operations 1 (P/F)
Welding Technology/ Construction Trades IHT 100 OSHA 10 1 (P/F)

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Commercial Foods Academy 1st Year
BUS 120 Personal Finance
5
Commercial Foods Academy 2nd Year BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Enterprise Experiential BUS 268 Marketing Special Projects II 2
Financial Algebra BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Horticulture HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Early Childhood Education/
GRADS
ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Early Childhood Education/
Intro to ECE
ECED& 105 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 5
Early Childhood Education/
Practicum
ECED& 120 Practicum 5
Early Childhood Education/
Health
ECED& 107 Health, Safety and Nutrition 4
Autobody Technology/ Construction Trades/ Welding INT 101 Forklift Operations 1 (P/F)
Welding Technology/ Construction Trades IHT 100 OSHA 10 1 (P/F)
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Advanced Auto Tech & Lab 3 and 4 AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109  Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Medical Terminology HSCI 147 Medical Terminology 5
Microsoft Office Specialist 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Microsoft Office Specialist 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Advanced Plant Science 1 and 2 HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Computer Engineering/
Microsoft Technical Associate
CS 123 PC Hardware 5
  CS 127 Windows Configuration 5
Child Development ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Careers in Education EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  * Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits. 
Careers and Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Introduction to Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
MS Office Specialist 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
MS Office Specialist 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Computer Engineering/
Microsoft Technical Associate
CS 123 PC Hardware 5
  CS 127 Windows Configuration 5
Medical Terminology HSCI 147 Medical Terminology 5
Child Development ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Careers in Education EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  * Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits.
Advanced Auto Tech & Lab 3 and 4 AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109 Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Careers and Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Intro to Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Careers and Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Microsoft Office Specialist 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Microsoft Office Specialist 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Careers and Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
The Teaching Academy EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  * Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits.

Child Psychology ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Drafting and Design 1 and 2 (1st Year) ENT 267 AutoCAD I 3
Drafting and Design 3 and 4 (2nd Year) MT 102 Solidworks for Manufacturing 5
Entrepreneurship BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
Fashion Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Life 101 BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Ag Science AG 102 Animal Science 5
Horticulture HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Introduction to Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Marketing Management BUS 262 Management Principles 5
  BUS 272 Organizational Development 3
Marketing Operations BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Sports and Entertainment Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
IT and Cyber Security Fundamentals CS 123 PC Hardware 5
  CS 127 Windows Configuration 5
Teaching Academy EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  *Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits.

Child Psychology ECED& 100 Child Care Basics 3
Entrepreneurship BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
  BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Adv. Sports Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
  BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Life 101 BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Fashion Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Ag Science AG 102 Animal Science 5
Horticulture HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Introduction to Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Marketing Management BUS 262 Management Principles 5
  BUS 272 Organizational Development 3
Marketing Operations BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Sports and Entertainment Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Financial Algebra BUS 120 Personal Finance 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Teaching Academy EDUC 101 Introduction to Education 4
  ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum * 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum Lab* 1
  *Only students whose internship placement is in a birth to age 8 (early childhood/K-3) setting for 33 or more contact hours are eligible for the supervised practicum lab credits.

Child Psychology ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Drafting and Design 1 and 2 (1st Year) ENT 267 AutoCAD I 3
Drafting and Design 3 and 4 (2nd Year) MT 102 Solidworks for Manufacturing 5
Entrepreneurship BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
  BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 5
Fashion Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Life 101 BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Introduction to Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Marketing Management BUS 262 Management Principles 5
  BUS 272 Organizational Development 3
Marketing Operations BUS 103 Salesmanship 5
Sports and Entertainment Marketing BUS 103 Salesmanship 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Computer Applications CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Financial Algebra BUS 120 Personal Finance  5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Automotive Systems Tech 1st Year AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109 Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Diesel Systems Tech 1st Year AMT 104 Diesel Engine Theory 2
  AMT 107 Parts, Systems and Components 4
  AMT 109 Tools and Hardware 3
  AMT 113 Maintenance Publications and Records 2
  AMT 114 Preventative Maintenance 5
Cyber Security First Year CS 123 PC Hardware 5
Cyber Security Second Year CS 150 Computer Security 5
Video Game Design CS 262 Game Programming Design and Development 5
Web Design ART 209 Digital Art and Design 5
Early Childhood Education First Year ECED & 100 Childcare Basics 3
  ECED& 105 Introduction to ECE 5
  ECED& 107 Health, Safety, and Nutrition 5
  EDUC& 130 Guiding Behavior 3
  ECED 151 Supervised Practicum 3
  ECED 152 Supervised Practicum 1
Early Childhood Education Second Year ECED 118 Skills Training 3
  ECED 124 Children's Literature 3
Fire Science First Year FS 100 Introduction to Fire Science 1
  FS 193 Fire Science Independent Study 7
Fire Science Second Year FS 293 Fire Science Independent Study 7
Pre-Physical Therapy HSCI 147 Medical Terminology 5
Pre-Nursing/Health Occupations NA 100 Nursing Assistant 4
  NA 102 Nursing Assistant Lab 4
Welding WT 101 Oxy-Acetylene Process 1
  WT 111 Oxy-Acetylene Process Lab* 3
  WT 112 Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding* 10
  *These welding classes are awarded after passing physical examination of weld and/or cut.
Autobody Technology/ Construction Trades/ Welding INT 101 Forklift Operations 1 (P/F)
Welding Technology/ Construction Trades IHT 100 OSHA 10 1 (P/F)

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Plant Science 1 and 2 HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Animal Science 1 and 2 AG 102 Animal Science 5
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Consumer Math/Financial Literacy BUS 120 Personal Finance 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Child Development ECED&100 Childcare Basics 3
Plant Science 1 and 2 HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Animal Science 1 and 2 AG 102 Introduction to Animal Science 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Plant Science 1 and 2 HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Working With Children ECED& 100 Childcare Basics 3
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Animal Science 1 and 2 AG 101 Introduction to Animal Science 5

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Horticulture 1 and 2 HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Animal Science 1 and 2 AG 102 Animal Science 5
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Animal Science AG 102 Animal Science 5
Plant Science HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Computer Applications 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word Processing 2
Computer Applications 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Introduction to Marketing BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
Financial Algebra BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
 
High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Marketing Management BUS 267 Marketing Special Projects 3

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Child Development/Parenting 1 ECED& 100 Child Care Basics 3
  ECED 102 Introduction to Curriculum 3
  ECED 280 Special Studies Lab 1
Personal Finance BUS 120 Personal Finance 5
Business Procedures/School Store BUS 265 Marketing Principles 5
BUS 475 Visual Communications CS 203 Digital Graphics & Design 1 5
BUS 425 Office User Specialist, Adv 1 CS 107 Intermediate Word 2
BUS 425 Office User Specialist, Adv 2 CS 108 Intermediate Spreadsheets 2
Business Management Leadership BUS 262 Management Principles 5
Manufacturing Foundations MT 111 Basic Machine Technology 1 5
  MT 112 Basic Machine Technology Lab 9
Oxy-Acetylene Welding WT 101 Oxy-Acetylene Process 1
  WT 111 Oxy-Acetylene Process Lab 3
Publics Safety Foundations FS 100 Introduction to Fire Science 1
Intro to Engineering Design ENT 267 AutoCAD 1 3
Animal Science AG 102 Animal Science 5
Horticulture Science HORT 202 Cultivated Plants 5
Applied Math MATH 100 Algebraic Tools for Vocational Application 3

 

High School Course Title College Course Title Credits
Fire Science First Year FS 100 Introduction to Fire Science 1
  FS 193 Fire Science Independent Study 7
Fire Science Second Year FS 293 Fire Science Independent Study 7
CTE Pre-Apprenticeship Machine Shop MT 111 Basic Machine Technology 1 5
  MT 112 Basic Machine Technology 1 Lab 9

Information for Students

If you’re in the ninth to twelth grade and enrolled in a high school CTE class, you may be eligible. Check with your high school to see if your class is approved. If you maintain an 85% or better each term you are enrolled in the approved high school class and meet the registration deadlines, you will be eligible to earn college credit.

 

Your high school handbook of course offerings should list the classes that are eligible for CTE Dual Credit and the college credits they count towards. We also encourage you to contact your high school teachers, counselors and advisors to discuss eligible classes.

View CTE Dual Credit Courses by High School

 

No! One of the many advantages to CTE Dual Credit is that you don't have to leave your high school campus to participate.

 

 

CTE Dual Credit can only be earned during the same academic year you take the high school course(s). College credit for courses taken in previous academic years cannot be awarded.

 

 

Contact your high school CTE class teacher to find out when you can register. They will assist you in registering using the online Student Enrollment Reporting System (SERS). Enroll today!

 

 

There is no limit to the amount of CTE Dual Credit you can obtain while in high school. However, it can sometimes impact your financial aid eligibility. Please work closely with your High School Counselor to determine the appropriate amount of credits.

 

 

CTE Dual Credit will transfer to all other Washington state community colleges. The transferability of your CTE college credits to four-year colleges is dependent upon the college you plan to attend.

 

 

Once you register and grades are awarded, you will have an official transcript at CBC and all student policies for transcription apply. Your grades and credit earned become your permanent record and cannot be removed.

 

 

You can log into the Student Enrollment Reporting Systems (SERS) website to view the status of credit progress. You will also be able to see your credits on your CBC transcript.

 

 

CBC will transcribe college credit during the summer quarter following the completion of your CTE Dual Credit course. A copy of your unofficial transcript will be mailed to you by September 1. Request your transcripts!

 

CBC's CTE Dual Credit grading scale is listed here.  

Percentage Grade Points Letter Grade
98 to 100% 4.0 A
96 to 97% 3.9 A
95% 3.8 A
94% 3.7 A-
92 to 93% 3.6 A-
91% 3.5 A-
89 to 90% 3.4 B+
88% 3.3 B+
87% 3.2 B+
86% 3.1 B
85% 3.0 B
Below 85% None None

 

 

Because the various local high schools grading systems vary, they may not always align with the grading system at CBC. Students who earn a 97% (an A or 4.0) at their high school will have their class transcribed at the college as a 3.9 grade point average. Check out CBC’s CTE Dual Credit grading scale in the FAQ above. If you find your high school inaccurately recorded your grade, please contact CBC’s Director of CTE Dual Credit to request a Grade Change Form.

 

 

Once you create a profile account in the CTE Dual Credit SERS system, you will receive a student identification number beginning with a TP in a format of TP#-##-###. By using your CTE Dual Credit ID, your login and/or password, you will be able to access your account to check the status of articulations, change teachers, or make updates to your profile.

 

 

At the end of the academic year you earn CTE dual credit, a CBC student identification number will be assigned to you. This unique CBC SID will be sent to you in a congratulatory letter and will give you access to your college transcript and other future campus activities.

 

 

If you’re joining the CBC family, then any CTE Dual Credit you’ve earned is waiting for you here! Simply use your CBC student identification number included in your congratulatory letter and on the enclosed unofficial transcript when applying and your credit will be linked! 

Request your official transcript be sent to another college!

 

Information for High School Teachers

Consideration begins once CBC has received your High School Request to Articulate form.

  • Complete the form with all supporting documentation included. A copy of the form should be submitted to the School District CTE Director as their signature will be needed on the form.

     

  • Upon review, CBC faculty may approve an articulation, request additional information or a face-to-face meeting, or deny a request. The  CBC Director of CTE Dual Credit will facilitate the next course of action based on the faculty’s determination.

     

  • Once an articulation request is approved, the appropriate secondary and postsecondary partners will sign final documentation in support of the agreement.

     

  • If the articulation is not currently available within the local consortium, the CBC Director for CTE Dual Credit will recommend appropriate alternatives with other consortia where best match of competencies exist, keeping in mind the closest proximity possible.

 

Are you looking to request articulation? Complete the High School Request to Articulate form.

Be sure to provide:

  • Class syllabus (with evidence of the required dual credit notice included)
  • List of specific competencies
  • Assessment criteria
  • Program of study form, and
  • OSPI Frameworks for the course.

Has your class been approved to teach CTE Dual Credit and you need to sign the assurance? Complete the Annual Teacher Assurance form ensuring alignment of curriculum and understanding of responsibilities, expectations and deadlines.

Program articulation agreements are regularly reviewed and updated by college faculty, the CTE directors and/or high school teachers on a predetermined schedule, not to exceed a three-year rotation, or as deemed necessary due to changes in the college course content, structure or faculty.

The Student Enrollment Reporting System (SERS) is managed by the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) and is the official database used for CTE Dual Credit registration. Once CBC approves your class for CTE Dual Credit, you will receive an email with account set up and log in information.

To Log In to SERS:

  • From the SERS home page, click on Teacher Log In.
  • Log in using the User Name and Password provided to you by the CTE Dual Credit staff or sent to you by email from the SERS database.
    • If you don’t have or have forgotten your login information enter your email in the Forgot Your Log In Information field and click the Submit button. The information will be sent to the email address in your User Profile. Note that your user name is generated by SERS and cannot be changed; however you can change your password at any time.
  • Once you are logged in, you’ll see a navigation menu on your left which lists the SERS functions available to you.
 
  • Once logged in to SERS, simply click on the Assignments tab and choose the Class Roster/Assign Grades option. You can click on the class name for which you wish to report grades and assign the appropriate Grade or Class Status for your student.
  • By default, the system will list the students in your class that have not been awarded a grade to-date. To view all students, be sure to click the check box next to "Include Graded Students" in the upper white box at the top of the page.
  • In the Class Roster window, there is important information to note:
    • In the first column of the table, there are small paper icons next to each student’s name. If you hover the mouse over the icon, you can see any comments regarding that particular student. To add comments, click on the page icon and the Edit Comments box will appear. Be sure to save your comments. Only CTE Dual credit staff and teachers will have access to view these comments.
    • By default, the Student Grade column will display “- - - “ and the Student Class Status column will show an “In Progress” status once a student has registered for your class. Once you enter a grade for a student however, you’ll see the class status automatically change to “Completed”.
    • The Fees/Req column reflects whether the student has assigned and submitted their registration form by the date required. If the status is “Processed”, then the student’s signed registration form was received by the deadline. If the status is “Pending”, then the student’s signed registration form has not yet been received.
    • To begin recording student grades, select the appropriate grade from the drop down list. It is important to select “Not Attained” for any student who earns less than 85% in the class. Do NOT select “Below 85”.
  • If you do not have a grade for a student listed in your roster, leave the Grade column alone and change the Student Class Status to either “Dropped” or “Not in Class”.
  • When you are done entering student grades or changing their class status, be sure to click on Save Changes button in the top left navigation bar. Grades and class status changes will not be saved and recorded until the Save Changes button is clicked!

  •  From the SERS home page, click on Search Articulations.
    • From here, you can use the default settings to search all articulations in your consortium.
    • You can narrow your search by selecting a School District, High School, College or Career Cluster.
  • Click the "Go Search!" button and the results will appear below the search form.
    • You can sort by clicking on the column you wish to sort by.
    • To view an articulation’s details, click on Details for that articulation. To hide the details again, click on Close.

Teachers are often asked by returning CTE Dual Credit students for their login information as they’ve either misplaced it or don’t recall it from previous years. As a teacher, you can access a student’s profile to provide login information.

  • From the SERS Home Page, click on Search For Students. To search for students within your consortium only, leave the Search Statewide checkbox unchecked. If you cannot find a student within your consortium, try checking the box and searching statewide.
  • To narrow search results, enter information in one or more fields. The search tool has a wild card function so if you are unsure of a spelling, you can just enter the first few letters (i.e. “Clark” will show “Clark” and “Clarkston”).
  • Click the "Go Search!" button and your results will appear in a table below the search form.
    5. Once you’ve verified SERS has found your student inquiry, (confirm DOB or current grade) click on View to see the student’s profile.
  • Once a teacher has searched for a student and has opened his/her profile to view it, the teacher can also see a student’s registration history.
  • The Status column of the registration history will show whether a student has “Completed” the course for CTE Dual Credit or if their attempt was “Not Attained”. For more information about the grade a student may have earned, the teacher can click on the Details link of a particular articulation. The high school grades will be provided as well as the list of college credits earned.

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