The Bristol CVTE Linkages Program coordinates the last two years of high school study with Career and Technical Programs at BCC.
High school students enrolled in qualifying CVTE programs are eligible to receive college credit while still in high school.
Individual Articulation Agreements, which have been developed in collaboration between BCC and individual high schools, show the alignment of courses, special conditions to be met and program to program linkage from high school to college. These agreements allow students credit at BCC for work done at the high school once they enroll at BCC and have met all conditions in the agreement.
Students who complete the secondary courses and meet conditions generally have 2 years from their High School graduation to receive articulated credit upon enrolling at BCC in the Articulated Program, unless otherwise specified.
In order to determine which courses are available at your high school; see your high school guidance counselor to explore the career pathways and to learn which programs and courses are available at your high school through articulation agreements with BCC.