At CCHS, we expect you to find success. Your own commitment to your education is the essential ingredient that you must bring with you. We can help you with the rest.
Students must complete a minimum of 24 credits for a Calhoun Community High School diploma. Learn more about CCHS Graduation Requirements.
Apply today for Michigan Reconnect
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer joined Republican and Democratic legislators to announce the launch of the $30 million Michigan Reconnect program, the largest effort in state history to ensure that more than 4.1 million Michiganders who are 25 or older and don’t have a college degree will have an opportunity to earn a tuition-free associate degree or skills certificate.
Michigan Reconnect will help pay the costs of tuition or training for eligible adults who want to pursue an associate degree or skills certificate at their in-district community college. The program also offers skills scholarships to help cover the cost of tuition through more than 70 private training schools with 217 programs which offer certificates in high-demand careers in industries such as manufacturing, construction, information technology, healthcare or business management. Click the link to get started https://www.michigan.gov/reconnect/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
Vocational Training/Work Study/Community Service
Beyond academic credits, CCHS students are encouraged to explore career opportunities, consistent with their Educational Development Plans. Students may attend the Calhoun Area Career Center (CACC), cosmetology or other vocational training sites for training and work experience. Learn more about vocational training options.
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Act requires that by March 1 of each year school districts shall provide general information about the dual enrollment options. Learn more about dual enrollment.
Michigan Virtual High School
CCHS students may take up to two online courses as part of their educational experience. Courses are listed in the Michigan Virtual School and the catalogue can be accessed at http://www.mivhs.org as well as https://micourses.org and on the BCALC district webpage at www.calhounhs.org.
Special Education Processes
The Battle Creek Area Learning Center follows a Pattern of Strength and Weakness model for the determination of students eligible with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). For specific information relative to this model, please visit the Calhoun County Intermediate School District website using the following link:https://www.calhounisd.org/
The school day will consist of four class blocks of approximately 85 minutes, five days per week. View our school day schedule.