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Midlands Middle College awarded diplomas to 37 students in the 2018-2019 school year. Among them, four received the distinction of Honor Graduate by earning a cumulative grade-point average of 4.0 or higher. Eleven students qualified for the Life Scholarship, one qualified for the Hope Scholarship, and one qualified for the Palmetto Fellows scholarship.
On June 7, 2019, we celebrated these achievements at our spring graduation ceremony. Valedictorian Clayton Stacey, senior representative Idalmys Martinez, Board chair Valerie Richardson, and mentor Lawanda Holliman brought inspirational messages to the students, staff, and families.
Mrs. Lisa Goldin and her Computer Science students poured many hours into a presentation honoring the graduates, including senior pictures, baby photos, and snapshots throughout the year. Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
The 2019-2020 school year will begin on August 12 for teachers and August 20 for students. Access the complete calendar for next year here.
At Midlands Middle College, we provide students in the 11th or 12th grade with the opportunity to reach their fullest potential. Through career experiences, dual-enrollment courses, and a relevant curriculum, we partner with students to meet their goals. We are now enrolling students for Fall 2019. Apply here, or give us a call today to learn more.
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How Midlands Middle College helps students achieve new heights
The old saying “it takes a village to raise a child” has proven itself time and again at Midlands Middle College (MMC). The school is fortunate to have a dedicated Board of Directors and a team of community volunteers who work alongside the school staff to foster personal growth in its students.
Throughout the 2017-2018 school year, fourteen students have participated in a mentorship program where they work closely with leaders in various career fields to develop their skills as future members of the community and the workforce. Monthly meetings focus on “soft skills” such as communication, teamwork, responsibility, and leadership.
In February 2018, the students and their mentors visited the Boeing manufacturing facility in North Charleston. The trip offered students the opportunity to see potential future careers in action through Boeing’s “DreamLearners” program. They practiced skills they had learned in the mentorship sessions as they met with Boeing employees – shaking hands, communicating professionally, and serving as representatives of MMC. They also had fun, participating in a demonstration of airliner materials, competing in a game to win prizes, and enjoying lunch and a charter bus ride away from the classroom.
The mentorship program and the trip to Boeing are just two examples of how MMC works in collaboration with the community to prepare its students for a successful life after high school.
“We Can Help You”
Asia* came to us when she was a 17-year-old student who attended a local school near Midlands Middle College (MMC). She had also taken classes at an alternative program as well as adult education.
Two teachers from MMC met with a counselor at the local school who said, “I have a student enrolled here who I don’t think will graduate. She has had a lot of problems and her teachers here can’t get anything out of her. Plus, she has encountered some legal trouble and has been thrown out of every program we have sent her to, so I don’t expect you could really help her.”
One of the MMC teachers replied, “I can’t promise we can help, but we can talk to her and do our best.” The counselor walked out of the meeting and returned with Asia, leaving the teachers to meet with her privately. They weren’t sure what to expect as Asia explained that all she wanted was to graduate so she could have a good job and a better life. She said that even her name made teachers think bad things about her, as her brother had gotten into trouble as well. She admitted she had been “reckless” in the past, but that she really wanted to change.
Looking into the eyes of one of the teachers, Asia pleaded, “Will you help me?”
The immediate response was “We can help you.” Countless students have found success at MMC after years of struggling in traditional schools, so the teachers recommended that Asia enroll. Initially, she didn’t have transportation to the school and she lives in Columbia, a fair distance from MMC. Realizing this was a major obstacle, the MMC staff helped her get a bus pass and learn the route for the COMET, the public bus that travels to Midlands Technical College Airport campus from downtown Columbia.
Today, Asia is a model student and a leader amongst her peers at MMC. Every day she carries a sheet of paper with the numbers 1-24 written on it, as 24 is the number of credits she needs to receive a high school diploma. She is taking many facilitated learning classes and is finishing them at an unbelievable rate. And every time she finishes a class, she scratches out a number on her sheet of paper.
Nearly all of those numbers are gone, as Asia is on track to graduate from MMC in May 2018.
*Name has been changed but this inspiring story is true.
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Learn why so many have turned to MMC to change the course of their future! Apply now for the 2017-2018 school year. Midlands Middle College integrates high school, technical college and the world of work into one rigorous and relevant program. A South Carolina Public Charter School, MMC prepares students for successful academic and professional futures. Click here to begin the process. We look forward to hearing from you!