Kenowa Hills High School and Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) have partnered to offer students an opportunity to earn a free Associate’s Degree. Tuition for the program is paid by Kenowa Hills Public Schools. The program is available beginning the student’s sophomore year with their first collegiate class in the Middle College program, Freshman Seminar, completed in August prior to the sophomore year. Students who participate in the Middle College Program take a course schedule that blends high school courses with GRCC courses. Students continue this relationship through their 11th, 12th, and 13th years of schooling. All classes are completed at KHHS, with collegiate classes taught by GRCC instructors, until the 13th year, when they will be taken at the main campus of GRCC. Upon completion of their 13th year, students will have earned an Associate’s Degree in addition to their high school diploma. Degrees in Business, Technology, and Health will be available to students through the Middle College Program.
Middle College at a Glance
The Middle College partnership between GRCC and Kenowa Hills High School was created to give students an opportunity to pursue an Associate Degree while still in high school. Students will take a blend of high school and college courses for four years (grades 10-13). The college tuition will be paid by Kenowa Hills High School, providing a substantial savings for parents and students. The goals of the Middle College program are:
Considerations for Students and Parents
The Middle College application process takes place during second semester of a student’s freshman year. Current freshman and parents interested in obtaining more information about the Kenowa Hills Middle College can contact Kenowa Hills High School Principal, Nathan Robrahn, at email@example.com or by calling (616) 784-2400.
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