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International Baccalaureate

(IB) Diploma Program

The International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program is offered to students aged 16 to 19 who attend an IB-designated school. IB programs offer students a demanding two-year curriculum measured by international assessments and widely accepted

as college credit by colleges and universities.

Qualifications: All students in an IB school qualify.

Course Costs: While course costs are generally covered by the school district, the costs associated with required assessments may or may not be covered.

Course Location: High School.

For a list of IB schools in Michigan, visit http://www.ibo.org.

Early and Middle College

High Schools

Middle College High Schools are designed to meet the needs of students who may do better in a non-traditional high school setting or are interested in being challenged. These programs provide students with both a high school diploma and up to 60 college credits, which are transferable to most state colleges and universities.

Middle College High School programs may be career focused and usually are located on a college campus. These programs are created through a community collaboration between an intermediate or local school district and a community college.

Enrollment in these schools can begin as early as ninth grade with college classes beginning as early as tenth grade. Early/Middle College High Schools have several locations in Michigan.

For a list of Early/Middle College High Schools in Michigan, visit www.michigan.gov/highschool.

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