Southwestern Michigan College
College level courses in the content areas of Art, Environmental Science, Human Development, and Psychology are provided at EHS. Students at Edwardsburg High School have been given an opportunity to earn college credit through Southwestern Michigan College course offerings at Edwardsburg since 1991. In order to enroll in these courses, a student must satisfy the necessary prerequisites with a specified grade point average.
Michigan Virtual High School
Michigan Virtual High School was added to the curriculum in 2002-2003 giving students access to diverse AP courses. Courses in AP U.S. History, AP Chemistry, and AP U.S. Government and Politics are among those offered.
A Credit Recovery class is taught during afternoon hours by a qualified teacher. The purpose of this class is to offer an opportunity to earn credit for graduation for students who are deficient in credits at the beginning of their junior year. Students who are having difficulty meeting graduation requirements by receiving only day school credit are eligible for this program.
The Edwardsburg Alternative Learning Center (ALC) is an extension of Edwardsburg High School. It is intended for students who have experienced difficulties within the traditional secondary school format. Many students need a different but structured school program to meet their individual needs. The ALC was developed to meet those needs. The curriculum concentrates on the acquisition of basic academic skills, the development of socio-emotional and interpersonal skills, and the introduction of employability skills. The ALC is an environment where at risk students can successfully meet the requirements for a high school diploma and develop lifelong skills necessary to be a contributing, responsible member of society. These students earn an Edwardsburg High School diploma and are required to accumulate the same amount of credits as a full-time student in the high school.