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Articulated Courses

MHHS students can take courses at outside institutions that will count toward high school course credit, replacing the required course at MHHS (articulated). Courses for articulation must be completed no later than the fall semester of the year prior to when it is required at MHHS and must be needed to meet a high school graduation requirement or minimum A-G college eligibility requirement.
*Exceptions are afforded to coursework that requires principal certification to meet college preparatory status. Please contact your counselor for more information. 
Eligible Courses for Articulation
English English 11, English 12
Social Studies World History, US History, Government, Economics
*World Language (Not offered at MHHS) Through level two of a language other than Spanish, French, or Chinese
More specific courses at Community Colleges (Delta College) are listed HERE and in the Non-MHHS Course Planning Form (below). 
All students must complete a Non-MHHS Course Planning Form prior to registration.
The form is designed to show students their course options for articulation based on the time in which they plan to complete a course. 
Q: What if a student wants to take a course NOT listed in the chart above? 
A: They can! Students can take any course outside of MHHS that interests them, however, only the courses listed above when taken at the designated times will be articulated onto their MHHS transcript. 
Please refer to our Non-MHHS Course Policies & Procedures for all information CLICK HERE
For more information and guidance around taking Non-MHHS courses at a community college, please review our College Week presentation below: