There are currently 45 programs in Michigan that allow high-school students to complete and earn credit for college courses, and, in many cases, earn associate's degrees or professional certificates before graduation. The five-year programs were first designed to engage at-risk students and increase their chances of completing post-secondary degrees, but many now serve all interested students with about 3,800 enrolled in programs statewide this year.

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