Student Application Process
- Student and parent(s) must attend an information night to start the application process
- Fall semester acceptance timeline is from May to September
- Winter semester acceptance timeline is from December to January
- Students must be at least 13 years of age to enter the 9th grade
- Every student must have successfully completed the 8th grade
- Each student will be individually evaluated for age and credit status to determine the student's ability to meet the graduation requirements of Mott Middle College
- Mott Middle College cannot accept students who are on a tether, have been charged with, or convicted of, a felony
Mandatory Attendance at Parent Information Night
Student and parent must attend a Parent Information Night (no one is accepted without attending an information night). Parent/guardian should call (810) 232-8530 for current information night dates and times. Parent information nights are held in the Mott Memorial Building Auditorium, Main Floor MMB 1130, on the Mott Community College campus.
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The parent/guardian should call (810) 232-8530 for current information night dates and times.
The following required paperwork must be completed and on file in the Mott Middle College main office:
- 8th grade report card
- Original certified birth certificate (copy not accepted)
- Current immunization record
- High school transcripts
- Referral form that is completed and signed by a counselor or administrator from the district you live in (even if your student never attended a school in that district)
- Teacher checklist (not required but helpful)
Mandatory Entrance Assessments
Once paperwork is on file, a student will be notified when they will be able to test. Testing is scheduled on an individual basis. This assessment is designed to determine incoming grade level for class/course placements. Students are tested in math, reading comprehension, and writing.
Student Entrance File Review
Once a student has tested, their file is reviewed by the counselor and sent to committee. At this time, a background check is conducted. Students who are on a tether or have been charged with a felony will not be accepted. The committee determines whether the student can proceed to the interview.
A mandatory parent and student interview is required prior to consideration for acceptance. Parents will be notified by phone regarding interview date and time.
Mott Middle College High School Committee Review
The enrollment committee meets to determine the final decision on acceptance. Student will be notified of results either with a phone call or by mail.
A Student Orientation Required
Once a student has been notified that they have been accepted, a student orientation session is required. New students must attend a summer seminar for high school success called the GAPS program. This experience introduces them to the mission, guidelines, practices, and beliefs of the Mott Middle College community. This orientation covers but is not limited to:
- Basic Choice Theory Philosophy
- Brain Dominance Self Assessment
- Campus Tour
- Learning Style Inventory Assessment
- Other General Information such as bus passes, office protocol, using the phones, etc.
- Safety and Security Information to include Student Handbook information and policies and procedures