Advanced Placement (AP)
High School students can enroll in college-level curricula and examinations. Colleges and universities may grant placement and course credit based on final grades.
High School students can take college courses while in high school. Course count for both high school and college credit.
Early Middle College (EMC)
EMC is designed to allow a student to earn a high school diploma and one of the following;
- 60 transferable college credits
- Associate degree, a professional certification
- Michigan Early Middle College Association (MEMCA) technical certificate
- Participation in a registered apprenticeship.
Dual enrollment is a program at Cedar Springs High School that allows students to enroll in college courses while still in high school. Students have the opportunity to widen their options and take on challenging courses that may not normally be available at the high school level. View more information below, or connect with your high school counselor for more information.
EARLY MIDDLE COLLEGE INFORMATION
The middle college model high school program provides students the opportunity to receive a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree or up to two years of credit toward a Bachelor’s degree in the span of five years. Students take a combination of high school and college classes in order to obtain their high school diploma and associate’s degree for free!
Sheri Whipple, Academic Services
EMC ENROLLMENT PROCESS
- Invitation letters mailed out to qualifying students in the beginning of December.
- Parent Info and Q & A Session takes place in January
- Application and Paperwork due end of January
- Accuplacer Testing at CSHS in February
- Acceptance Notice mailed mid February