College Tech Prep / Articulation Agreement?

  • What is College Tech Prep?

    All of Jackson's Career and Technical programs have converted to College Tech Prep programs. These programs offer articulated college credits.  These are actual college credits and vary by program.  See the Stark County Tech Prep Consortium website for more information:

    What is an Articulation Agreement?

    Articulated Credit is a unique opportunity for students to jump-start their college career in high school.  An articulation agreement is a written, formal document that specifies the process by which a high school student may earn college credit through successful completion of certain high school courses where students achieve learning outcomes, skills, and abilities comparable to those covered in a college course.  The process allows high school students to move smoothly into post secondary education without experiencing delay or duplication of courses.  Generally, the college credit is not awarded until the student is enrolled at the college issuing the articulation agreement and until the student has satisfactorily completed a designated number of credit hours or terms.  Because the courses involved are at the high school level, the student pays no tuition.  

    Do you need help planning your future?  Contact your school counselor in Student Services at 330-837-3501.

    Career Technical Education and Civil Rights Disclaimer:Jackson High School participates in a Career and Technical Compact Program in partnership with Lake Local, Plain Local (GlenOak) and North Canton City (Hoover) schools.  The Stark County Career Compact does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.