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Course Articulation by ISD
Course articulation links high school courses to Lone Star College System (LSCS) course credit. LSCS students that completed applicable high school courses may request credit with a campus advisor. College credit is awarded only for LSCS courses documented in district lists.
Attention LSCS Advisors: Visit the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) intranet page to view articulation agreements prior to 2012-2013.
Course articulation options vary annually and by campus. High school students should review their district's options and discuss the availability with a high school counselor prior to course selection. The following definitions explain column headings used in district lists:
High School Course - High school course title and abbreviation (ex. Accounting - ACCOUNT1)
High School Credit - The required length of the course or the amount of credits a student receives for course completion (ex. 1 credit = 2 semester course; .5 = 1 semester course)
PEIMS - Public Education Information Management System number used to by ISDs to numerically identify courses (ex.13016600)
Campus - Location where an approved ATC instructor teaches the course for articulated credit
- College Course - Title and abbreviation of the Lone Star College course(s) students receive credit toward (ex. Intro to Accounting I - ACNT 1303)
Independent School Districts (ISD) in LSCS Service Area
Independent School Districts (ISD) Outside LSCS Service Area