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Middle College Program are partnerships between Modesto Junior College and local school districts to enter into instructional agreements where college course opportunities are provide for high school students. Program services include: "close to the public" college course offerings, online modality, visiting professors lecturing at school sites, application and registration support, program pathway design, etc. If you are a school site and would like to give your students a jump start on college, please call us at (209) 575-7889.
This program provides Elliot Alternative Education Center high school seniors an opportunity to attend school at the MJC West Campus. MTS students must attend classes daily in the morning at the MJC West Campus Sierra Hall Building with Instructor Dean Hull. In the afternoon, student are required to enroll in college classes at MJC. Student also participate in college field trips and events on campus. During the fall semester students are enrolled into a college guidance class and in the spring semester student enroll into an exploratory CTE college course.
The Spartan 101 program at Davis High School affords high school Sophomores, Junior and Seniors the opportunity to enroll in a dual enrollment college program with Modesto Junior College. Spartan 101 classes are a superior option to advance placement classes in that students earn college credit at Modesto Junior College for each course the successfully complete. The courses students enroll in meet the most typical university pattern of classes for and Associate Degree or Bachelors Degree in the Community College and CSU System. Students are able to earn up to 18 units of college credit during their studies in the Spartan 101 program. Student also experience college level online courses and meet visiting professors that teach at the the Davis High School campus!
This college program at Central Catholic allows high school juniors and seniors who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to enroll in college courses offered by Modesto Junior College at the high school campus. Students participating in this program can earn up to 12 units during their participation of the program.
The prep academy program offers high school students at Aspire Vanguard the opportunity to earn college credit geared to university preparation during their high school students. Visiting professors delivery college courses at the school campus during the academic day.
8am - 5pm (M-F)
7:30am - 5:30pm (M-TH)