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High School Options Public Meetings
Department Contacts
Scott Menzel
Superintendent
734-994-8100 x1301
smenzel@wash.k12.mi.us
Dr. Sarena Shivers
Assistant Superintendent, Student Achievement and Services
734-994-8100 x1257
sshivers@wash.k12.mi.us
Brian Marcel
Assistant Superintendent Administration & Support Services
734-994-8100 x1402
bmarcel@wash.k12.mi.us
Board Members
Gregory A. Peoples
Dayle K. Wright
Diane B. Hockett
Mary Jane Tramontin
Mark Van Bogelen
734-994-8100 x1300


High School Options
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High School Options

WISD Coordinates several high schools options for students.

Preview the high school options offered by Washtenaw Intermediate School District: Uniquely designed to challenge a variety of learners.

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Washtenaw International High School

Get set for life – A world-class education that you don't have to second-guess: Washtenaw International High School, an international baccalaureate candidate program.

Washtenaw International High School (WIHI) is a tuition free, public, consortium high school for students in participating Washtenaw County school districts. It is an International Baccalaureate Candidate High School.

External Website  Visit the WIHI website

Video file  Watch the WIHI Video

Early College Alliance at EMU

Take a small step to a big future – The Early College Alliance at EMU is a dynamic program for high school students in Washtenaw County.

The Early College Alliance (ECA) is a unique educational program designed to fully immerse high school-aged students into the post-secondary learning environment. ECA is a public, early/middle college program located on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. It exists in partnership with local school districts (Chelsea, Lincoln, Milan, Whitmore Lake, Willow Run, Ypsilanti) and Washtenaw Intermediate School District.

External Website  Visit the ECA website

Video file  Watch the ECA Video

Widening Achievement for Youth (WAY Washtenaw)

Another educational solution – Widening Achievement for Youth (WAY) – Washtenaw

WAY Washtenaw is a free, public high school program for students in Washtenaw County school districts. WAY Washtenaw provides a flexible, student-centered, project-based approach to learning for students who need an alternative to the traditional high school model.

External Website  Visit the WAY Washtenaw website

Video file  Watch the WAY Washtenaw Video

Public Meetings

The Washtenaw Education Options Consortium (WEOC) will hold meetings of the WEOC Committee the second Wednesday of each month.

Download a complete list of meeting dates.



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