MIDDLE COLLEGE (WMC) – Wyoming Public Schools Middle College (WMC) is a collaborative project between Wyoming Public Schools (WPS) and Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) that combines the best elements of high school and college.
The WMC students attend school at Wyoming High School through their senior year and engage in an exciting college-preparatory curriculum taught by highly-qualified and fully-certified GRCC faculty members. WMC offers students a free opportunity to fulfill their requirements for a high school diploma, engage in college preparatory coursework, learn college readiness skills, and earn up to sixty-two (62) transferable college credits towards their undergraduate degree and/or an Associate Degree from Grand Rapids Community College.
This opportunity provides each student a jumpstart on their college education and the ability to perform successfully with college-level proficiency.
Students initially apply in the spring of their freshmen year. During the first (sophomore) academic year, WMC students are enrolled in one college course each semester.
The number of college courses increases to 2 per semester in the second year and 3 college courses per semester during the senior year.
During the fifth year, the students are enrolled in a full college credit load on campus at GRCC. The WMC program curriculum fulfills the MACRAO Transfer Agreement (https://www.macrao.org/
This opportunity provides each student a free jumpstart on their college education and the ability to performing successfully with college level proficiency, ready to further extend their learning.