Students who participate in the College Foundation program will be attending Lansing Community College (LCC) and will graduate with the potential of up to 34 college credits and a MEMCA Certification. They will also have the term “MTA Satisfied” on their official transcript. Students will complete 40-70 hours of an internship, work-based learning, or community service. This helps students by allowing for further career exploration while also gaining valuable work and life skills.
Enrollment in the College Foundation program begins in year 11 at either your home school or a neighboring district by taking an approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) course. Please refer to your school’s course guide for CTE courses offered at your home school. A list of CTE courses offered in neighboring districts is below.
Your morning will start at LCC’s Livingston Center located in Howell. While the remainder of the afternoon will be spent taking high school courses*. During year 12, your schedule will be integrated with a combination of high school and college courses.
In year 13, you will be a full-time college student, continuing with your general education classes and incorporating a technical course from an approved list. You will take classes at LCC’s Livingston center in Howell or LCC’s main campus in Lansing.
*Students are required to take at least one approved CTE course in year 12 during both semesters.