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Marshall Alternative High School

Location

14055  26 Mile Rd
Albion, MI 49224
517-629-7547
FAX: 517-629-7534

Counselor:
Kathy Doud
517-629-7548

Director:
Ben Wallace
517-629-7549

Secretary:
Barb Gary
517-629-7547

OFFICE HOURS: The Eastern Calhoun Early College (ECEC) (Marshall Alternative High School) will be closed from June15 thru August 14, 2015. The office will reopen on Monday, August 17, 2015 at 7:30 a.m.

2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR: Applications for the 2015-16 school year are available at the KCC Eastern Academic Center (14055 26 Mile Road, Albion), Marshall Public Schools Superintendents Office and Marshall High School.

One of the requirements for admission to the ECEC is an interview. We will be holding interviews on August 18 and 19, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Interviews will be held on a first come basis. The following will be needed to register:

  • Completed registration packet (available at the ECEC)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Residence
  • Immunization Record
  • Current Transcript
  • Current IEP

If the student was a Marshall High School student last year, they will need a referral from a MHS counselor.

2012-16 CALENDAR

SEPTEMBER
8 – First Day of School

OCTOBER
6 – Early Release

NOVEMBER
3 – Early Release
25-27 — NO SCHOOL — Thanksgiving Break

DECEMBER
8 – Early Release
21–Jan 1 – NO SCHOOL Winter Break

JANUARY
18 – NO SCHOOL — Professional Development
for staff

FEBRUARY
2 – Early Release
12 & 15 – NO SCHOOL — Mid-Winter Break

MARCH
8 – Early Release
25 – NO SCHOOL — Good Friday

APRIL
1 – NO SCHOOL
4-8 – NO SCHOOL — Spring Break
26 – Early Release

MAY
30 – NO SCHOOL — Memorial Day

JUNE
8-10 – Half Days
10 – Last Day of School


Purpose:

Marshall Public Schools alternative education high school will 1). Educate and support students who have had difficulty succeeding in a traditional school setting, 2). Encourage students to look at alternative education as a new opportunity, and 3). Provide opportunities for students to grow individually and academically to successfully function as responsible, productive citizens.

Marshall’s alternative education high school provides a new and alternative learning site and environment for students. Located in the former Shearman School, the alternative high school features:

  • Personalized instruction with individual attention and support
  • A 4-block schedule with small class sizes in core academic and elective courses
  • An atmosphere of mutual respect and trust
  • An environment where all students can and will be successful.

For more information, please contact Mr. Robert Vaught at 517-629-7549 or