Project Success Enrollment

Graduation Requirements

Students will not enroll in typical high school courses. Instead, they will earn credit through the completion of standards in project based, cross curricular modules. Aligned to the Common Core and Michigan High School Content Expectations, these courses combine to encompass the Michigan Merit Curriculum. To those ends, they must complete the following credits:

English Language Arts

4 credits to include:

  • English Language Arts 9
  • English Language Arts 10
  • English Language Arts 11
  • English Language Arts 12

Physical Education & Health

1 credit (½ PE & ½ Health)


3 credits to include:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry or Physics
  • 1 additional science class

Social Studies

3 credits to include:

  • U.S. History & Geography
  • World History & Geography
  • Government/Economics

Visual Performing & Applied Arts

1 Credit Includes Band, Choir, Art, Business, Agriculture, Life Skills & Vocational-Technical Education Classes

Online Learning Experience

Course, Learning or Integrated Learning Experience. (At this time this requirement is met by use of IPAP & Apps. in courses taken in the 7th-12th grades.).

World Language

2 credits (requirement may be adjusted if flexibility is reapplied)


4 credits to include: Algebra 1

  • Geometry
  • Algebra 2
  • Math experience in the final year

Additional Requirement

Successful completion of LCC, Co-Op, or community engagement for each semester enrolled in the program


Students who are enrolled in afternoon LCC report directly to LCC and then report to CHS when they are finished.


Students who are working can earn credit for Co-Op or work study. All rules apply.

Community Engagement

Students who either do not qualify for LCC or Co-Op, or who join the program mid year, will be enrolled in a two credit per semester course called community engagement. Students will plan and implement community improvement projects with the guidance of the lead teacher. There will be a dedicated classroom, but students will be frequently off-site during this time.


Students will earn credits in a competency and project based system. Teachers will plan and implement a series of multi-disciplinary projects. Each teacher will be responsible for planning and assessing the implementation of these projects.