Oakland CC adds 'early college,' eases transfers to Wayne State

Oakland Community College and the West Bloomfield School District last week announced the opening of Oakland County’s first “early college” high school, Oakland Early College. OEC is a public school open to all Oakland County students, regardless of district of residency. Early colleges blend secondary and post-secondary education, adding a year to high school in a college preparatory curriculum. Students graduate with a high school diploma plus an associate degree in five years instead of the usual six. More. Also, Oakland CC announced a new program to make transferring to Wayne State University easier after two years. More.

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