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Video: Accelerating Student Pathways Through an Early College Partnership

Students at Henry Ford Early College have a unique opportunity to explore health care career pathways and earn significant college credits while still in high school. As one student remarks, “when I graduate here, I’ll have my associate degree, and I’ll have all of these transferrable credits… when you come here, you’re really going to build your integrity and your time management skills and your work ethic.” The school operates through a partnership between the district, college, and a local health care provider – and is successful thanks to the commitment of all involved to helping students achieve their goals.

Henry Ford Early College MI

A transcript of the video is available here.

Read the accompanying video Reflection Guide to help prompt further ideas for your school or district context.

Learn more about Henry Ford Early College by reading their National Blue Ribbon Schools Program application.

Contact Information
Henry Ford Early College
Mr. Majed K. Fadlallah, Principal at time of Nomination
5101 Evergreen
Dearborn, MI, 48128-1495
(313) 317-1588
https://earlycollege.dearbornschools.org/
Student Demographics 2021
Number of students grades 9-12 237
Students eligible for subsidized meals 100%
Students receiving special ed services 0%
ELL Students 12%
African American students 4%
White students 87%
Asian students 6%
Hispanic or Latino students 3%
Student mobility rate <1%