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Information is reported in compliance with the State School Aid Act, MCL 388.1618, and is presented in accordance with guidelines prepared by the Michigan Department of Education. Complete financial reports are also posted on our website

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MI School Data is the State of Michigan's official source for pre-K, K-12, postsecondary and workforce data to help residents, educators and policymakers make informed decisions to improve student success.

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Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college classes while they are still enrolled in high school.

These classes count for both high school and college credit. High school students who complete dual enrollment classes generally take fewer classes in college and save money on total college costs. 

Not all students are eligible to take dual enrollment classes in high school, though. Requirements vary, but students typically must be a junior or senior and must maintain a minimum GPA.

Macomb Community College
Early College of Macomb
University of Detroit Mercy
Baker College
Ferris State University Concurrent Program

EARLY COLLEGE: In cooperation with Macomb Community College and the Macomb Area Intermediate School District. This opportunity will begin in the fall of a student’s junior year and there is an extensive application process. This is a five-year high school program, which allows for the earning of a High School Diploma in conjunction with up to 62 college credits. Interested students should schedule an appointment with their counselor by sophomore year to see if they qualify for this program, applications are due each year in early March.