ACE is a program designed for students that provides them with the chance to earn an associate degree while still in high school. The program not only offers guidance and support to students, but also provides them with opportunity to make the most of their time and education.
Students can apply as sophomores and commit in the three-year program, which covers their junior and senior years as well as an additional year at Oakland Community College (OCC). During this period, students divide their time between their regular high school courses and college classes at OCC, allowing them to work towards obtaining both their high school diploma and a college degree simultaneously.
What To Know?
There are no costs associated to students or their families for tuition, fees or books. To be eligible for the program, students must adhere to the following requirements:
- Applicants must be a current sophomore student in a participating high school.
- Students has to hold a high school GPA of 2.0 or higher, with all ninth and tenth-grade Michigan Merit Curriculum requirements completed.
- Earn qualifying scores on Reading and Writing placement tests administered during the application process.