Shiawassee Early College/Dual Enrollment Program

Early College Information

        

The Shiawassee Early College Program (SECP) is a 3-year program that allows selected students to extend high school by one year in order to earn both their high school diploma and up to 60 college credits. Our current post-secondary partners include Lansing Community College, Mott Community College, and Baker College of Owosso. Students in the SECP will follow a prescribed program of study, with classes being offered online, in-person, or a hybrid format. 

Student who complete the 3-year program will earn one or more of the following:

  • a MEMCA technical certificate
  • the Michigan Transfer Agreement (30 transferrable credits)
  • a professional certification
  • an Associates Degree/or up to 60 college credits. 

The program is offered as a consortium between Byron Area Schools, Corunna Public Schools, Durand Area Schools, Laingsburg Community Schools, Morrice Area Schools, New Lothrop Area Public, Schools, Owosso Public Schools, Perry Public Schools, Shiawassee RESD, and our post-secondary institution partners.  

  • Our program is also open to private school and home school students in the county. 
  • Students can participate starting in grade 11 and continue through a 5th year. 

Apply to participate in Early College starting in the 2023-2024 school year by following this link to our application page.

Dual Enrollment Information

         

Dual Enrollment through the Shiawassee RESD is a supplement to a students' high school experience. Students are eligible to take college courses their junior and senior years of high school. Our current post-secondary partners include Lansing Community College, Mott Community College, and Baker College. Classes are offered in an online, in-person, or a hybrid format. 

Students will work with their high school counselor to fit dual enrollment courses in their high school schedule. Students can earn college credits while dual enrolled. 

The program is offered as a consortium between Byron Area Schools, Corunna Public Schools, Durand Area Schools, Laingsburg Community Schools, Morrice Area Schools, New Lothrop Area Public, Schools, Owosso Public Schools, Perry Public Schools, Shiawassee RESD, and our post-secondary institution partners.  

  • Our program is also open to private school and home school students in the county. 
  • Students can participate as early as grade 10, with the consent of their high school counselor, and continue through grade 12.

Apply to participate in dual enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year by following this link to our application page.

Schedule a Meeting with Early College Staff

We are available for appointments by phone, zoom, or in person. Please call 989-743-3471 or email Lora Phelps at phelps@sresd.org to schedule an appointment.

Appointments can be made for help with online course navigation, scheduling classes, additional program information, and tutoring services.

Please include your full name, college attending, phone number and email address along with some notes regarding the purpose of the meeting when making the appointment.  

At the time of your phone appointment, please be at a computer so we can share information.

We look forward to meeting with you!

Office location:  114 W North Street  Suite 4, Owosso, MI 48867

Office phone:  989-743-3471

Baker College Student Resources

Log in to your MyBaker to access your unofficial transcript, One Stop services, IT support, and any other services you need. 

Mott CC Student Resources

CLEP is another way to earn college credit for free.  If you would like more information, please contact Charmian Fletcher, fletcher@sresd.org

CLEP Information Handout

Early College Coordinator

Early College

Grant funds provided by: 

Mi STEM Network

Michigan Department of Education

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