Frequently Asked Questions
Do students earn a diploma?
Yes; they are required to complete all Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) courses, which allows them to earn a high school diploma. Graduation for Charlotte Public Schools Project Success means that students could go to college, other post-secondary training programs, the military, or straight to work, provided they meet the requirements of those institutions.
Can students still take part in CHS events?
Yes; students can attend things like prom, graduation, sporting events, etc. if they are in good standing. They are still Charlotte Public Schools’ students.
Can students participate in extracurricular activities?
Yes; arrangements will be made with coaches and advisers for any eligible students who would like to participate.
What are the hours?
11:15-6:10; lunch is from 2:30-3:00 and can be purchased from school (or provided for qualifying students).
Where does the program meet?
The program is currently housed in the Charlotte High School media center classroom.
What is the community engagement class?
Students who are not at LCC or co-op from 11:15-2:30 will be enrolled in a community engagement class. The students and their teacher will plan and implement projects throughout the school and community. Through this process, they will learn valuable career and soft skills that will help them succeed in future careers.
How does a student enroll?
Students simply need to fill out an application. This can be obtained from the link below, from the Charlotte High School main office or from the registrar’s office.