High School Students
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As a high school student, you can begin taking college classes for credit as early as your freshman year through dual enrollment. SC4 also offers opportunities for high school students to earn college credit through the Blue Water Middle College Academy (BWMCA), Career and Technical Middle College (CTMC), Croswell-Lexington Early College (CL5) and Michigan Virtual. You may qualify for tuition assistance through your local school district.
High School guests and dual-enrolled students
Take college classes at the same time as high school classes and they can count for both college credit and high school credit!
Blue Water Middle College Academy (BWMCA)
For Algonac, Capac, Memphis, Port Huron and Yale students who want to earn a high school diploma and an associate’s degree by attending school for an extra year.
Career and Technical Middle College (CTMC)
For high school students taking classes at the St. Clair County RESA Technical Education Center who are interested in an associate’s degree via an additional year of study in computer programming, digital media, engineering and robotics, health, info technology or welding.
Croswell-Lexington Early College (CL5)
For Croswell-Lexington High School students who want to earn a high school diploma and associate’s degree in five years.
For students who want to dual enroll in online, college-level courses while still in high school.
Quick Reference Guide
For students who need more information as they consider dual enrollment.
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