High School
  • Education Planners One-on-one assistance to help with education goals, enrollment, transportation, college prep, and more!
  • Student Issues Information for up to twelfth-grade students on student rights and responsibilities, available options, applicable laws, and suggestions on procedures.
  • How many credits do I need to graduate? PDF icon
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    Dropped out of high school and want to go back?

    Contact your local school district office to find out how.

  • Which classes do I need to take to prepare for college? PDF iconEmployers and college leaders say that graduates from high school need to master higher-level mathematics and communications skills than ever before.
  • Earn College credit while in high school!

    Learn about dual enrollment or Michigan’s Early/Middle College opportunities.

  • Dream of going to College? Not sure where to start? Want the lowdown on college? Look no further. This site is full of info for first-generation college students - kids who will be the first in their families to go to college.
  • PEPNet2 PEPNet2's mission is to improve postsecondary outcomes for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, including those with co-occurring disabilities.
  • Did you know .....that you may be eligible for covered graduation expenses such as class rings, senior pictures, prom attire, and announcements under the YIT program? Check out our YIT information for eligibility requirements and details.

Adult Education

  • Learn about Adult Education Courses ABE (Adult Basic Education), GED (General Education Development), HSC (High School Completion), ESL (English as a Second Language), Family Literacy Programs and Programs for the Homeless.
  • Need your GED? Here you can find requirements, locations, and study assistance.

College

Financial Aid