Dual Enrollment allows public high school students to take college courses that are paid for by the students' school district or charter school. This program allows eligible students the opportunity to receive college credit while still in high school.
Crestwood students have the option to Dual Enroll at any institution that offers the program to High Schools.
Students are REQUIRED to follow the college/university college academic calendar, rules and regulations, and policies. The college/university calendars DO NOT align with the Crestwood High School calendar.
Henry Ford College - https://www.hfcc.edu/steps/apply/high-school/dual-enrollment
Schoolcraft College - https://www.schoolcraft.edu/admissions/high-school-dual-enrollment
Madonna University - https://www.madonna.edu/admissions/dual-enrollment/guest-students
Lawrence Technological University - http://www.ltu.edu/futurestudents/hsdual.asp
University of Michigan – Dearborn – https://umdearborn.edu/highschooldualenroll/
(UofMD criteria is specified below; parents are responsible for partial tuition and fees)*
Admission Criteria - Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent resident aliens.
Current Class Standing
3.0 or greater GPA posted on high school transcript
3.5 or greater GPA posted on high school transcript
Sophomore and Freshman*
*High school Sophomore and Freshman students, upon admission to UofMD, will be asked to sign a contract with the Student Success Center which will provide them with additional support options to help ensure a successful collegiate experience.