- Twelfth-grade students who do not have all the high school Michigan Merit Exam (MME) endorsements may take eligible classes in the areas in which they received an endorsement. Because endorsements are not given in other areas, students are eligible to dual enroll in college level courses as long as they have taken all of the MME components. These selections must meet the approval of the principal.
- Students in the 12th grade must have the following scores on the ACT: Mathematics (22), Reading (21), Science (24), and English (18). See Chart Below.
- Students in the 10th and 11th grade must have the following scores on the PLAN Test: Reading (21), Math (22), Science (24), English (18). See Chart Below.
- Students in the 9th grade must have the following score on the Explore Test: Reading (17), Math (19), Science (21), English (15). See Chart Below.
- The college courses must be academic courses (as opposed to “activity courses”).
- A student may only dual enroll for courses not offered at Roseville High School or where there is a scheduling conflict.
- Roseville Community Schools will count the college course as high school credit. The school will not include the course grade in the student’s GPA. Each individual college will determine if they will count the course as college credit.
- Dual Enrollment courses are limited based on State Requirements.
Roseville High School Counseling
Counselors are assigned to students by grade level and student's last name
Counselor - A thru G.............Lori Coppola
Counselor - H thru O.............Kelly O’Callaghan
Counselor - P thru Z..............Jen Goetzinger
Seniors are allowed 3 school days to visit their potential college choices. You should ask the college for a signature verifying your visit and turn it in to attendance when you return. Most colleges have tours and orientations on Fridays for high school seniors. You can get the information from their websites.