Middle College

Today's Scholars, Tomorrrow's Leaders

  •  SUMMER HOURS*
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    Our building is currently under construction. 
     
    Please email the office manager, Kris Moore, for assistance at kmoore@wccusd.net
    as our offices will be unopen to the public for safety reasons.
     
    Monday - Thursday
    7 am - 1 pm
    CAMPUS CLOSED FRIDAYS 
     
    *WE WILL BE UNAVAILABLE DURING THE MONTH OF JULY
    We are scheduled to reopen on August 1st.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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  • 2017-2018 DATES
     
    FINALS WEEK
    Semester 2
         May 21-25
     
    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
    Fri, May 25
    Office will close at 12pm for
    Graduation Rehearsal
     
    CCC GRADUATION
    Richmond Civic Center
    May 25, 2018
     
    MCHS GRADUATION
    Richmond Civic Center
    May 26, 2018
    10:00 am
     
     
    2018-2019 DATES
     
    NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
    August 6, 2018
    GE-225
    4pm - 6pm
     
    FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
    August 7, 2018
     
    HOLIDAYS/NO SCHOOL
    Sept 3 - Labor Day
    Sept 28 - Native American Day
    Nov 12 - Veterans' Day
    Nov 22-23 - Thanksgiving Holiday
    Dec 17-Jan 7 - Winter Break
    Jan 21 - MLK Jr Day
    Feb 15 - Lincoln's Day
    Feb 18 - Washington's Day
    Apr 1-5 - Spring Break
     
    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
    May 24, 2019
     
    CCC GRADUATION
    Richmond Civic Center
    May 24, 2019
     
    MCHS GRADUATION
    Richmond Civic Center
    May 25, 2019
    10:00 am

    SITE VISITS

    Students from MCHS visit WCCUSD middle schools in January to talk with 8th grade students about Middle College and answer questions about our program.
     
    If you are considering applying, please speak to your child's middle school counselor to let them know you are interested in Middle College for your student. They will be able to answer questions and assist you with the application process.
  • Middle College at Contra Costa College is a highly rigorous academic program structured to provide successful, challenging, and meaningful experiences for students who need a more challenging curriculum and are at risk of not meeting their full academic potential in a traditional high school setting. MCHS is an Early College High School, which combines high school and the first two years of community college into an articulated educational sequence, which enables students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, and complete two years of rigorous college education. Students have the unique opportunity of earning credits towards completion of an Associates Degree or transferable credits in four to five years. MCHS has been on the campus of Contra Costa College since 1989 and is a collaboration between the West Contra Costa Unified School District and Contra Costa College.

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    Office Contact:     Kris Moore     (510) 215-3881     Email

     


     

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