- 1 How many credits do you need to graduate from Comstock High School?
- 2 What happened to Comstock High School?
- 3 How many credits do you need to graduate high school in Kalamazoo?
- 4 How does the Kalamazoo Promise work?
- 5 How many students attend Loy Norrix high?
- 6 How long does the Kalamazoo promise last?
- 7 Who funds the Kalamazoo Promise?
How many credits do you need to graduate from Comstock High School?
The academic year consists of four nine-week quarters, and our graduation requirement is 19 credits. For those seeking a GED, we are a GED testing site, and we offer preparation classes as well. Our school also offers a CNA class for those interested in the health field.
What happened to Comstock High School?
The 44-year-old Comstock School was torn down the following year. Following the construction of a new General Motors fabrication plant for Fisher Body in Comstock Township, a new high school and football stadium were built, which stand as the present high school.
How many credits do you need to graduate high school in Kalamazoo?
The minimum number of credits needed to graduate will drop from 28 to 26, a change connected to the restructuring of the high school schedule from a block to trimester system starting next fall.
How does the Kalamazoo Promise work?
The Kalamazoo Promise is a pledge by a group of anonymous donors to pay up to 100 percent of tuition at many Michigan colleges and universities for graduates of the public high schools of Kalamazoo, Michigan. To receive a full scholarship, students must have attended Kalamazoo public schools since kindergarten.
How many students attend Loy Norrix high?
1. The Kalamazoo Promise is for ALL resident students of the Kalamazoo Public Schools. Students that attend charter schools do not earn credit toward Kalamazoo Promise scholarships during the time that they are in these non-KPS schools.
How long does the Kalamazoo promise last?
How long do students have to use the Kalamazoo Promise? This scholarship program provides up to four (4) years of tuition and mandatory fees for post-secondary education. Students must be enrolled full-time, taking at least 12 credit hours per semester.
Who funds the Kalamazoo Promise?
The Kalamazoo Promise is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation funded entirely by a small group of anonymous donors.