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Early College of Macomb: A Partnership between the Macomb County School Districts, Macomb Community Early College of Macomb: A Partnership between the Macomb County School Districts, Macomb Community College and the Macomb Intermediate School District! 2009 -2010 Final Report

What is the ECM? • The Early College of Macomb – Public, tuition-free – What is the ECM? • The Early College of Macomb – Public, tuition-free – Three-year accelerated program – Grades 11 through 13 – Integrated with high school courses – College campus experience – Daily academic advising – Career-focused

Who was eligible? • Students entering the 11 th grade in the fall of Who was eligible? • Students entering the 11 th grade in the fall of 2010 who had – registered in Macomb County high schools – been approved by their home high schools – completed the ECM admission process – taken the placement assessment – submitted an ECM application packet

Application Packet Was Due: February 26, 2010 • • • Principal/Counselor Recommendation Application, Part Application Packet Was Due: February 26, 2010 • • • Principal/Counselor Recommendation Application, Part A Application, Part B Current transcript Copy of standardized test results Educational Development Plan

Admission Testing • Wednesday – March 17, 2010 – 4: 30 – 7: 00 Admission Testing • Wednesday – March 17, 2010 – 4: 30 – 7: 00 p. m. • Saturday – March 20, 2010 – 9: 00 – 11: 30 a. m. – Location: Macomb ISD 44001 Garfield Clinton Township MI 48038 Michigan/Superior Room, north end

Sample Schedule • Health Career Pathway Grade 11 Semester 2 Location English 11 Algebra Sample Schedule • Health Career Pathway Grade 11 Semester 2 Location English 11 Algebra II High School Seminar Lunch College Readiness Economics Nutrition Biology Seminar Lunch Chemistry Sociology Micro-biology College College Every student will have a personalized schedule!

High School Requirements (Health Career Pathway) Ninth Grade: English 9 Algebra I Biology Spanish High School Requirements (Health Career Pathway) Ninth Grade: English 9 Algebra I Biology Spanish I Us. History & Geography Physical Education/ Health Tenth Grade: English 10 Spanish II Geometry Civics/Economics Chemistry Begin ECM Schedule Eleventh Grade: English 11 Algebra II World History & Geography (Third Science at MCC) Twelfth Grade: (ECM Seminar) H. S. Elective (English and Math at MCC) Thirteenth Grade: (ECM Seminar)

Macomb Community College (Health Career Pathway) • Eleventh Grade: (Fall) Seminar Nutrition Biology 1400 Macomb Community College (Health Career Pathway) • Eleventh Grade: (Fall) Seminar Nutrition Biology 1400 (3) College Readiness Class (1 - 3) (Winter) Seminar Anatomy 2710 (6) Micro-biology 2730 (4) Choir/Music 1300 (1) • Twelfth Grade: (Fall) Seminar Fundamentals 1510 (1) English 1210 (3) Philosophy 2100 (3) Psychology 1010 (4) Health Assessment 1520 (1) Med. Surg. A 1710 (1. 5) (Winter) Seminar Fundamentals II 1610 (1) Pediatrics 2710 (1. 5) Mental Health 1810 (1. 5) Maternity 2610 (1. 5) Med. Surg. B 1720 (1. 5) Health Assessment 1620 (1) Clinicals 1630 and 1730 (4. 5) • Thirteenth Grade: (Fall) Seminar Maternity B and Clinical 2630 (4) Mental Health B and Clinical 1830 (4) Ped. 2730 (4) Med. Surg. 2510 ( 1. 5) (Winter) Seminar Nursing 2810 (1. 5) Med. Surg. 3 2820 (1. 5) Clinical Nursing 2830 (3) Med. Surg. 2520 (1. 5) Clinical 2530 (2. 5) PE 1070 (2)

Timeline • December • February • March • April • May • July • Timeline • December • February • March • April • May • July • August • September Brochures sent to all Macomb County tenth graders Parent/Student Information Nights Admission Testing Notification of Acceptance or Lottery Orientation College readiness summer program First day at Macomb Community College First day at home high school

April • Acceptance letter – Student and parent sign invitation letter, reserving a seat April • Acceptance letter – Student and parent sign invitation letter, reserving a seat • Lottery – 50 initial slots for 20 districts, determined by high school population – Random number lottery at home school – Acceptance letter and response to reserve seat – Waitlist

Candidates • 130 students applied • 106 students tested • 71 were successful at Candidates • 130 students applied • 106 students tested • 71 were successful at passing the COMPASS exam • 65 students committed. • The lottery reduced the number to 59. • 5 changed their minds in the first month, with 54 currently enrolled.

Summer/Fall 2010 • May 3 and 4, 2010 – Open House/Orientation • May 17 Summer/Fall 2010 • May 3 and 4, 2010 – Open House/Orientation • May 17 and 18, 2010 – Scheduling of HS and MCC classes • July 21 and 22, 2010 – Orientation/College Readiness Training – Mandatory attendance • August 25, 2010 – Begin Macomb CC classes • September 7, 2010 – Begin high school classes

Fall/Winter 2010 • • 54 high school students Representing 20 school districts 24 at Fall/Winter 2010 • • 54 high school students Representing 20 school districts 24 at Center Campus, 30 at South Taking over 200 classes, at 3 or 4 hours a class • 54 students will earn 750+ hours of college credit this semester!

Student Comments about ECM • “The ECM is my future. Without it I wouldn’t Student Comments about ECM • “The ECM is my future. Without it I wouldn’t have been able to get the education I desired and I wouldn’t live the life I want to live” (David, New Haven) • “I feel that it is one of the best choices I have made, because ever since I took my first college course over the summer, it has helped me improve my work and study habits, which has also helped me improve for high school”. (Dillon, Chippewa Valley) • “I hope to be able to get my veterinary technician’s certificate so I will be able to have a steady career sooner in my life”. (Jessica, East Detroit)

For more information: Susan Meyer – 586 228 3437 – smeyer@misd. net Or access For more information: Susan Meyer – 586 228 3437 – [email protected] net Or access www. ECMacomb. org www. macomb. edu