HPS students may qualify for enrollment in undergraduate courses in college level accredited institutions even as they are completing required and elective coursework leading to a Howell High School diploma. This opportunity falls within Michigan’s Public Act 160, the Post-secondary Enrollment Options Act. Under this Act, Howell Public Schools are required to pay tuition and fees for high school students in grades 11 and 12 who attend Michigan public or private, degree-granting institutions under certain conditions. Dual Enrollment allows a student to enroll in post-secondary for high school credit or post-secondary credit or BOTH. Please refer to the Course Selection Book to review eligibility requirements.
Howell High School Course Selection Book
Additional Education Options for our Parents
The following options are offered through groups supported directly or indirectly by the Michigan Department of Education. Families should understand that although HPS relays this information, we do not endorse any specific organization, conference or program.
Michigan Association for Gifted Children
Formerly Michigan Alliance for Gifted Education. The MAGC provides the resources and the know-how to help parents and educators improve the lives of Michigan’s advanced and accelerated children. We are THE source of information, education, advocacy, and support for this diverse community of learners, and the adults who love them. Our organization is all about gifted children and those who are concerned with them. Whatever you’re seeking, be it an article, a link, a contact name, event information or more, we hope you will find it on our web site.
Michigan Association for Gifted Children Events
Options and Support for High Ability, Gifted Students
Contact Ann Grahl, MAGC, 616.365.8230, firstname.lastname@example.org
30250 Grand River, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
WCAGE (Washtenaw County Association for Gifted Education)
All Livingston County families are encouraged to participate in the WCAGE parent group. WCAGE is dedicated to providing leadership, advocacy and support of differentiated education and services for the purpose of meeting the unique needs of gifted, talented and creative students in public and private schools, colleges and universities, and other settings in Michigan.
Contact WCAGE email@example.com
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