GC CTE Early Middle College

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About Our Program

Level up at our early collegeTake your plans after high school to the next level by enrolling in career and college courses beginning in the 2021-2022 school year! Learn how you can become a student in Genesee County's CTE Early Middle College (GC CTE EMC) at one of our Family Information Sessions (opens in a new window) in February.

The GCCTEEMC is a three-year high school program designed to allow a student to explore and earn an associate degree, credentials, or transferable credit in a CTE Career Pathway while in high school. Students will begin blending high school coursework with college-level coursework in 11th grade, adding additional college courses in 12th grade, and completing a full schedule of college coursework in the 13th year by following a specific Program of Study. A variety of Genesee County Career Technical Education Early Middle College programs are available through the Genesee Career Institute and local school districts. Students must apply during their 10th-grade year and commit to the 13th year of school.

Students in the GCCTEEMC receive support services to assist them in their transition from high school to college and will work closely with the GCCTEEMC Coordinator who will serve as a "success coach" as they progress through the program. In addition, students will still have access to their traditional high school support system as well as student support services provided by the colleges.

Learn More at an Information Session

Students and families can learn even more about the Genesee County CTE Early Middle College at a Family Information Session. This year all of the Family Information Sessions will be conducted virtually. For a complete list of the days, times, and access codes, please see the Family Information Session flyer.

How and When to Apply

Applications will be released for new 10th grade students in February 2021. Students wishing to apply to the GCCTEEMC program should select their desired Program of Study and then complete the online application process by March 1, 2021.

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Students accepted into the program will remain students of their high school and may attend courses at Baker College, Genesee Career Institute, Mott Community College, or the University of Michigan-Flint to complete requirements in their Program of Study.

For More Information

To learn more about the GCCTEEMC, please fill out the Information Request Form.

Participating Districts

Atherton - Beecher - Bendle - Bentley - Carman-Ainsworth - Clio - Davison - Fenton - Flushing - Genesee - GISD - Goodrich - Grand Blanc - Kearsley - Lake Fenton - LakeVille - Linden - Montrose - Mt. Morris - Swartz Creek - Westwood Heights.

The Genesee County Career Technical Education Early Middle College is available to Genesee County high school students through a partnership of Genesee County public school districts and the Genesee Intermediate School District (GISD).