The personal curriculum (PC)
provides a way to modify certain areas of the Michigan Merit Curriculum standard requirements. If all of the requirements for a PC are met, then the board of the school district may award a high school diploma to a student who successfully completes his or her PC, even if it does not meet the requirements of the Michigan Merit Curriculum standard.
The PC will be considered only after all other options have been attempted, and must meet stringent requirements for determining educational goals and evaluating student progress.
The KRESA PC Handbook
provides information and forms to help guide you in creating a PC. The Algebra II Quick Reference
helps explain the Algebra II requirements and modifications. Please note the modifications that go into effect July 1, 2011 or beginning with the graduating class of 2012.
For additional modification information and PC requirements, visit the Michigan Department of Education Personal Curriculum
website or see the FAQ
Here is the most current amendment to the Revised School Code.
These amendments are effective July 1, 2011.