CHURCHILL COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL - Daytime Alternative High School Program
Not all students achieve their fullest potential in a traditional high school setting. With that fact in mind, Royal Oak Continuing Education has provided "alternative high school" classes and programs for over 30 years. An NCA Accredited High School.
Classes are offered during both daytime and evening hours at the Churchill Community Education Center.
Additional classes are provided for credit recovery two afternoons per week, either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Students who would like to enroll for the fall '19/20 term must submit the following paperwork:
- Immunization record
- A copy of a birth certificate.
Paperwork may be faxed to (248) 588-2881 or delivered in person to the main office at Churchill Community High School. When your paperwork has been submitted, you may come in to fill out the required forms. You may also contact Danielle Bildson at (248) 588-5050 ext. 1502. She can schedule an interview for you or answer any questions you may have.
Registration will open for first trimester on August 5th. The second trimester starts on December 2nd. New students who wish to attend classes for the second trimester must set up an interview time. This includes students currently taking night classes or students who lost credit during the first trimester and wish to take classes during the day for the second trimester. Please call the main office to set up an interview. All returning students must also call for an appointment to schedule classes.
Evening alternative high school program
Royal Oak's evening high school program for adults and high school age students (16 years of age and older) who wish to complete the requirements for a high school diploma.
Tuition: Non-high school graduates who are not attending school during the day may take classes free of charge. Students who attend school during the day must pay a tuition fee of $250.00 per class and provide a permission slip from their high school counselor.
Three trimesters are offered between September and May.
Classes meet two evenings per week, along with open lab hours M-H.
(Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday)
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Our next Registration begins August 19, 2019.
Classes will begin September 10, 2019.
Students 20 years of age or older by September 1, 2019, will need to take our Reading and Math Assessments prior to actually scheduling classes. The testing process takes approximately 2.5 hours. Beginning August 19, 2019, registration hours for students who must test are: M-H 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Please see the Adult Education page for registration information.