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For credit recovery, Edgenuity, an eLearning program, has been aligned with our curriculum to provide the same content as our current course offerings. MPS curriculum coordinators work to match the Edgenuity content as close as possible to what is being taught in the traditional classroom.

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Personalized Academics Through High School (PATHS)
PATHS is a combination of face-to-face, virtual and work-based learning experiences that allow students the greatest flexibility in their schedule.

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Summer Program
The Virtual Summer Program is separate from the Credit Recovery Summer Program being run by the buildings. Please contact your school building administration for information on their Credit Recovery Summer Program.

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The Advanced Learning Program for Students (ALPS) held their second Genius Hour event in May where students had the opportunity to research a topic of their choice individually or with a group of students across all grade levels.

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Early Middle College
MPS is launching an Early Middle College (MPS-EMC) program in the fall of 2022 for current 10th grade students. Starting with their 11th grade year, MPS Early College students will take some classes at Delta College or Davenport University to fulfill the general elective credits that are required for most Associate's/Bachelor's degrees.

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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
The career and technical education programs follow the Michigan Career Pathways model, which focuses students on making informed career preparation decisions for college and career success. Career and technical education programs provide rigorous and relevant learning that enables students to effectively compete in an expanding global economy.

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Future Teachers of Tomorrow
The purpose of this class is to introduce students to the field of education and build interest in the profession. The course is organized around 5 units: understanding the profession, learning about students, building content knowledge, engaging in responsive planning, and implementing instruction. Students will have hands-on opportunities to experience teaching and participate in other out of school learning opportunities.

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