PreK - 12 Education

90.2% of the population of Lapeer County age 25+ are a high school graduate or higher.
17.0% of the population age 25+ have a Bachelor's degree or higher.


(2017 -18) 
Almont Community Schools    1,496 $6,150  96.00%
Brown City Schools 830 $5,699   91.89%
Dryden Community Schools   488 $6,321  94.23%
Imlay City Schools  2,052 $5,691   95.00%
LakeVille Community Schools 1,155 $5,822   84.80%
Lapeer Community Schools   4,887 $5,916  82.89%
Marlette Community Schools   839 $6,124   89.89%
North Branch Area Schools    2,327 $5,943  92.23%


  The Chatfield School  (K-8)

   Bishop Kelley Catholic School
   Imlay City Christian School
   St. Paul Lutheran School

Lapeer County Intermediate School District (LCISD) operates the Education and Technology Center, designed to provide Career and Technical instruction for high school students in high skill, high wage and high demand technical careers. Students can participate in any of the 19 program options:          

Agriscience/Horticulture                                      Health Occupations 
Auto Body and Collision Repair Health Science Professions
Automotive Mechanics ITnet 
Careers in Education  Marketing & Entrepreneurship 
Computer Aided Design (CAD)  MCAP-Medical Careers Accelerated Program 
Construction Trades  Pre-Engineering 
Cosmetology  Public Safety Careers 
Culinary Arts Recreational Vehicle Repair 
Diesel Technology  Residential Electrical, Plumbing & HVAC
Digital Media Arts  Robotics & Mechatronics
  Welding & Machining Technology

Two programs are available to students through the Dual Enrollment Educational Partnership (DEEP) with the University of Michigan (Flint): The Pre-Engineering Program and The Medical Careers Acceleration Program (MCAP). Both programs consist of four courses and students can earn 13 college credits.

The LCISD is the host site for the STEMM Academy, an early/middle college formed as a partnership between Baker College and the local school districts of Lapeer County. The early/middle college provides students, at no cost, the opportunity to earn a high school diploma along with substantial college credits through an additional fifth year of study. By following the program of instruction, students will earn one of the following upon completion of the program:
            An Associate Degree
            The Michigan Early/Middle College Association (MEMCA) Technical Certification
            Up to 60 transferable credits toward a Bachelor Degree