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The academic calendar for 2016-2017 school year can be found here .

There will no longer be a lunch program at MCMC for students.  Students can still pack a lunch of purchase a lunch from Grade A Cafe.  Please read this letter for more information. 

Lots of important dates coming up soon!

Book voucher period starts THIS Wednesday 8/17and ends Friday 9/2.

College classes begin NEXT Wednesday 8/24.  

MCMC Freshmen orientation is Thursday 9/1.

MCMC classes begin Tuesday 9/6/2016.

MCMC is back in East Technology.  

Dates for Fall 2016 book voucher are out.  Book voucher period begins Wednesday August 17 and end Friday September 2, 2016.  As always it is important you check with us first to see if we have a book to reuse before purchasing a new one. This information only applies to books for college classes.

Summer office hours for MCMC will vary each week based on Mr. Krueger's schedule.  It is important that you contact Mr. Krueger via email at or 734-457-6063 before stopping by the office.

Check out our new flip book highlighting some great things about MCMC

Follow MCMC on Twitter @MCMiddleCollege 

Students enter the Monroe County Middle College in the 9th grade with a comprehensive curriculum that will culminate with award of a high school diploma upon graduation. Students in the program also have the opportunity to earn up to 60 transferable college credit hours or an associate's degree and/or a certificate in the field of health science.


The Monroe County Middle College began school on September 8, 2009 with an initial cohort of 38 ninth grade students. As these students matriculate yearly another group of 40-60 9th graders will be accepted. Features of the school include small school setting with all Middle College instruction by highly qualified Michigan certified teachers. Dual enrollment classes are taken at MCCC and taught by MCCC staff members or adjunct professors. Students also have contact with professional staff members from Mercy Memorial Hospital System.

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