Adult and Evening Education

The Branch Area Careers Center offers approximately 30 community education courses each semester in topics such as: Fanuc Robotics, Microsoft Windows, Excel and Office, Practical Welding, Auto Body Repair, Computer Repair, Yoga and Cooking classes.

The BACC will work with your company to create customized training on a variety of subjects.

Branch Area Careers Center

The Branch Area Careers Center (BACC) is an extension of each participating school district.  The student body is composed primarily of juniors & seniors from Bronson , Coldwater , and Quincy Community Schools. Students on a tuition basis attend from surrounding counties and northern Indiana. We are part of the curriculum of each high school.

Early Education Services

Branch ISD offers information and programs to help families support their child's healthy development during the years before they enter kindergarten.

Special Education

We believe the purpose of our special education program is to recognize each student as a unique individual. Together we must work to educate students to their fullest potential and develop in each student a personal feeling of well-being and self worth.

Tot Spot Community Preschool

Tot Spot is licensed through the Michigan Department of Human Services and follows the National Association for the Education of Young Children program standards for developmentally appropriate practice.

Branch ISD selects Kristine Jenkins as next Superintendent

March 7, 2018

The Branch ISD Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night to offer the position of Superintendent to current Calhoun ISD Assistant Superintendent Kristine Jenkins. The Board conducted second-round interviews with Jenkins Tuesday night after interviewing Assistant Superintendent for the Gogebic-Ontonagon ISD, Nicholas Steinmetz Monday night. Following Jenkins’ interview, the Board deliberated and voted 5-0 to…

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Class sells Jars of Joy & learns employability skills thanks to Binda Foundation Grant

CONGRATULATIONS to the STEPS program manager, Lisa Kontowsky, for receiving a $1,000 mini-grant from the Binda Foundation. Her students will use these grant funds to create Jars of Joy...
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