Michigan City High School’s Early College program is now serving students with the endorsement by the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis. For the past four years, CELL has reviewed the program curricula, student grades, student test scores in this Michigan City Area Schools high school. They’ve held ongoing interviews with faculty, students, and parents. Now, as the first cohort of Early College students are preparing for graduation, CELL announced its accreditation of the program.
Early college high schools allow students an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and 60 college credit hours. Early College High Schools provide dual credit at no cost to students, offer rigorous instruction and accelerated courses. Congratulations to the first cohort of early college students graduating from Michigan City High School and best wishes for your continued success!
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