The curriculum at the Columbia School District includes advanced coursework in academic areas, dual enrollment, world languages, Career Center offerings, art, drumline, musical productions, yearbook, field trips, field days, camping experiences, assemblies, Student Council/Senate, summer band and band camp, educational trips (Washington D.C., Mackinaw Island, London), Title 1 Reading and Math assistance, Brooklyn Buddies, and many other opportunities to make learning meaningful.

Curriculum Cycle Review
2011-2012 Languages Arts, Technology
2012-2013 Social Studies
2013-2014 Science, World Language
2014-2015 Physical Education, Health

High School Credits Earned while in Junior High
High School credits earned by a middle school student (e.g. Algebra I, Spanish I) will be recorded on the student's transcript, but will not be counted into the students’ high school Grade Point Average (GPA). The cumulative high school GPA will begin when a student enters ninth grade. Credits earned during middle school will count toward the rigorous Michigan Merit Curriculum requirements.

CoursesClass of 2016+
25 Credits
Math*4 Credits
Algebra I, Algebra II Geometry
Math in Senior Year
Language Arts*4 Credits
Science*3 Credits
Science 9
Social Studies*3 Credits
US History/Geography (Social St 9)
World History/Geog (Social St 10)
Phys Ed/Health*1 Credit
Visual, Performing Arts*1 Credit required. Modification only if student takes additional credit beyond the required # in Lang Arts, Math, Science, or World Languages.
Online Learning20 Hours
World Language*2 Credits
In Grades 9-12 or equivalent in K-12.
Computer Skills*1 Credit
Senior Trans*1 Credit
Electives*4 Credits
SAT PREP*1 Credit

Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

IDEA Fact Sheet

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

FERPA Fact Sheet