Woodhaven-Brownstown School District

Wayne County Community College

Early/Middle College Information

Program Overview:

The Early/Middle College Partnership between Woodhaven-Brownstown School District (WBSD) and Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) was created to give students an opportunity to pursue an associate degree while still in high school.  Students will take a blend of high school and college courses for three to five years depending on when the student enters the program, completing the degree in year 5 (Grade 13).  In the ninth and tenth grade year, students will take classes through the WBSD and participate in courses taught by WCCCD staff on WBSD property.  During the 11th and 12th grade years, students will take classes both at the high school and on campus.  During the 13th year, all courses will be taken on WCCCD campus.  The college tuition will be paid by the WBSD, providing a substantial savings for parents and students.  The goals of the Early/Middle College program are:

Program Goals:

Considerations for Students and Parents

Woodhaven-Brownstown School District

Wayne County Community College

Early/Middle College Selection Process

  1. Students and parents complete and submit formal WWEMC (Woodhaven-Brownstown/Wayne County Community College District Early/Middle College) application including two sealed recommendation forms to be reviewed by WBSD personnel.
  2. Application reviewed by committee along with transcript, college assessment data (PSAT 8/9, PSAT 9, and/or PSAT 10), attendance, and discipline records.  Following the paper screening, qualified candidates may be contacted to schedule a personal interview.
  3. Students and parents that are accepted into the program will attend a WWEMC orientation with WBSD and WCCCD representatives.
  4. If student and parent wishes to continue with application into WWEMC, student will be invited to WCCCD for application, COMPASS testing, and on-site orientation.

Students will meet with WWEMC personnel and advisors to develop an individualized plan of work.  Students take common college courses on WBSD site through 10th grade.  Beginning in 11th grade, students can take courses under advisement of the WCCCD advisor to obtain a relevant associate degree or certificate pursuant to student’s goals.  WBSD will work with the WCCCD advisor to schedule courses that also meet requirements of the Michigan Merit Curriculum for high school diploma attainment.

Applications for the Fall 2018-19 school year will be due in the

 PHMS or WHS counseling office by April 30, 2018.

 More information will be available at PHMS and WHS conferences.

For more information, please contact

WBSD Curriculum Director, Stacy Vespremi, 734-789-2349 or visit our website.