genesee early college

Genesee Intermediate School District (GISD), in partnership with the University of Michigan-Flint, operates the Genesee Early College (GEC). GEC is an intensive, state-of-the-art, five-year high school combining the best elements of the high school and early university experience. Located on the University of Michigan – Flint campus, GEC is one of the few early college high schools in the state of Michigan to be located on a university campus. 

Genesee Early College’s specialized curriculum prepares students for success in university-level coursework and future careers in any field. GEC students get a head start on their four-year degree paths, allowing them to earn up to 60 free transferable college credits while earning their high school diploma.

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  • Free college tuition, fees, and textbooks
  • Support for successful completion of university-level coursework
  • Access to high school and university advisors, support networks, and activities

At Genesee Early College, we are proud of the many successes of the program and our students!   

  • Our student SAT scores are the highest in the county for reading/writing.
  • The percentage of GEC students meeting college readiness benchmarks on the SAT is consistently higher than the statewide average.
  • GEC students outperformed in Evidence-Based Reading/Writing on the PSAT 9, PSAT, and SAT.
  • The class of 2023 earned an average of 46 college credits.
  • On average, GEC students pass 95% of college classes.
  • The average college GPA for the graduating class of 2023 was 3.23.
  • GEC students scored in the top 7 of all Genesee County high schools in SAT math.

For more information about Genesee Early College, please call 810-591-5115, email [email protected], or visit our website

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