Earning College Credit at “The BACC”
The BACC offer many ways students can earn college credit including articulation, dual enrollment and access to Early Middle College programs. To be eligible for credit the student must meet certain completion status for their program. For more specific information, please download the flyer below or contact the program manager or a BACC counselor.
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Articulation: Many BACC programs provide students with a way to start a specific career field and potentially earn college credit or course waivers while in high school. These programs align with specific programs of study at the postsecondary level. For more information, please contact the program manager or a BACC counselor.
Dual Enrollment: BACC students may participate in dual enrollment by attending at least one high school course and simultaneously attending a degree-granting postsecondary institution. For more information, please contact the program manager or a BACC counselor.
Early Middle College: ‘Early/Middle College Program’ is a five-year high school program designed to allow a pupil to earn a high school diploma and either an associate’s degree, the MEMCA* technical certification or up to 60 transferable college credits at the same time. Students must follow a specific, 5-year program of instruction. A school district interested in providing this program must submit an application and meet the same requirements necessary to become an Early/Middle College School. A formal agreement with each postsecondary partner is required. Contact your Home School counselor for how the BACC may fit into this program for you
The Criminal Justice program has agreements with the following institutions
Jackson Community College
2111 Emmons Road
Jackson, MI 49201
Glen Oaks Community College
62249 Shimmel Road
Centerville, MI 49032
6191 Kraft Ave SE,
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Kellogg Community College
450 North Ave,
Battle Creek, MI 49017
Kalamazoo Valley Community College
6767 W O Ave,
Kalamazoo, MI 49009