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1 Navigating “K-ampus”: When K-12 systems and college partners opt to do high school differently High School Diploma Completion Initiative Kelli Hatfield Ashley Hayden Lori Avery

2 HSDCI Student Video fYEF8&feature=share&list=UUooBEHa6g WTqCNkumznO-vw 2

3 History Launched in Spring 2006 to help combat a serious high school drop-out problem Result of committed collaboration between education, business, and private sector to address needs of at- promise youth 122 students have earned their diplomas from participating high schools with HSDCI 3

4 Purpose of HSDCI Provide students who have disconnected from traditional high school a way to complete their diploma while obtaining college credit Provide and sustain a unique non-traditional program (NOT an online credit recovery, dual- enrollment, or early/middle college program) Provide a system that is nurturing, collaborative, supportive and skill-focused

5 Eligibility Requirements ◦ Be between the ages of (exceptions for those with an IEP) ◦ Be enrolled, or eligible to be re-enrolled, in an Ingham or Eaton County high school ◦ Obtained at least half of the host high school’s graduation requirements

6 Features of HSDCI (cont.) Students earn a high school diploma from their host high school, not from Lansing Community College Most HSDCI students earn approximately college credits while earning their high school diploma (that’s half way to the General Associate’s)  Books & Materials provided to all students  Transportation (parking or CATA) & lunch money supplements are earned via attendance in class  Year-round program (graduations: May, Dec, Aug)

7 Features of HSDCI (cont.)  Follow LCC calendar  16 week term fall & spring  8 week summer term  Work-Based Learning opportunities embedded in the program  Week-long student orientation at the beginning of each semester prior to launch of the semester  Student-led conferences required

8 Funding ◦ State Foundation (Count Day) ◦ LCC General Fund ◦ Mott Foundation grant ◦ LCC Foundation 8

9 Q& A 9

10 Application Process Information Session Submit required documents Math Prep (My MathTest) Accuplacer ◦ Assessment level requirements :  Level 3 in Math  Level 4 in Reading  Level 4 in Writing Interview Orientation 10

11 Key Features of HSDCI Team Time Resources on & off campus, work based learning opportunities, field trips  Introductory (First Semester)  Transition (Final semester prior to earning diploma)  Summer (Work Based Learning focus)  Entrepreneurship, Generation E (coming for Spring 2013!) Work Based Learning ◦ Career exploration, career workshops, career panels, field trips, career based mentoring 11

12 Work Based Learning presentation day 12

13 Key Features of HSDCI Restricted/Unrestricted classes ◦ First semester all HSDCI students in college course  Weekly attendance logs from faculty  Bi-weekly team meetings ◦ After first semester, more classes with general LCC population Structured Study ◦ Support for assignment completion and study skills Case Management ◦ Ensure educational records are up to date, connect with partner schools, provide support for students Progress Reports & Partnerships ◦ Parents/guardians, advocates, local experts… 13

14 MONDAY / WEDNESDAY READ 170 (9:10-11:00) WRIT 117 (1:10-3:00) TUESDAY / THURSDAY MATH 050/107/112 (9:10-11:00) SDEV 090 (12:10-2:00) FRIDAY Team Time (9:00-11:00) Structured Study (11:30- 1:00) Sample first semester schedule 14

15 Graduation Celebration Held on LCC’s West Campus, semi-formal dinner Students invite up to 9 guests Stakeholders attend Keynote speaker Student remarks Students can request to participate in cap and gown events via host high school 15

16 For More Information Contact: Kelli Hatfield Director of HSDCI Lansing Community College (517)


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