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The 2014-2015 MCMC Open House is scheduled for October 8, 2014.  The event will last from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.  It will start in the Atrium of the La Z Boy Building.  There will be a brief welcome from 6-6:15 and then parents and students will have the opportunity to tour the campus and see the classrooms.  It's a great way to see where your student spends their school day.  If you cannot arrive by 6:15, don't worry, stop by when you can anytime before 8 pm and someone will be in the Atrium to welcome you and provide directions. 

Mark your calendar for October 1, 2014 if you are a student in the 10th grade, or parent of student in 10th grade.  This is our annual dual enrollment information night.  This will begin at 6:00 pm.  Location is TBD. Folks will hear all about the dual enrollment process, the benefits and downfalls of dual enrollment.  Please plan to attend.


The school closing letter for 2014-2015 can be found here. This letter explains the school closing process for MCMC and how to be made aware of closings. 


Studend handbook for 2014-2015 can be found here .  It can also be found under "New Material" on the right.  The anti-bullying addendum can be found here . It is also available under "New Material".

Please find the 2014-2015 school calendar here.

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Students enter the Monroe County Middle College in the 9th grade with a comprehensive curriculum that will culminate with award of a high school diploma upon graduation. Students in the program also have the opportunity to earn up to 60 transferable college credit hours or an associate's degree and/or a certificate in the field of health science.


The Monroe County Middle College began school on September 8, 2009 with an initial cohort of 38 ninth grade students. As these students matriculate yearly another group of 40-60 9th graders will be accepted. Features of the school include small school setting with all Middle College instruction by highly qualified Michigan certified teachers. Dual enrollment classes are taken at MCCC and taught by MCCC staff members or adjunct professors. Students also have contact with professional staff members from Mercy Memorial Hospital System.

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