Welcome to the Tecumseh Branch Campus Middle College!
The JC/LISD Academy is a public middle college program in coordination with Jackson College and the LISD TECH Center in partnership with each Lenawee County School District.
Tecumseh School District is proud to serve as a branch location with its JC/LISD Academy Tecumseh Branch Campus Middle College.
Students who choose the Tecumseh Branch Middle College are enrolled in a 5-year program. They take college classes during their 11th and 12th grade year, and in their 13th year attend college full time. Students graduate with their high school diploma, plus an associate's degree, trade certificate, or up to 60 credits toward a four-year degree.
A jump start on college in a supportive environment: We will help you choose and register for classes and support your continued academic and personal growth.
Reduced college expenses: The national average cost of attending a four-year public school is more than $28,000 per year and rising. The Tecumseh Branch Middle College provides tuition, books, and fees at no cost to students and their families.
A head start on your career: Whether you are seeking a trade certificate, associate's degree, or bachelor's degree you will meet your educational goals and enter the career field of your choice much sooner than a traditional educational pathway.
Easy transition: With support from TPS teachers and counselors, the transition from high school classes to college courses is seamless. The Tecumseh Branch Middle College participates in the Michigan Transfer Agreement, which means credits earned in the program easily transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
Flexibility: Students may participate in high school athletics and other extracurricular activities, or earn credits while participating in an on-the-job experience. We will help you prepare a schedule that is right for you.
Tecumseh Virtual Academy
760 Brown St., Tecumseh, MI 49286
Tecumseh Public Schools was recently awarded a safety grant for next school year. School Resource Officer Chad Rodgers spearheaded the grant application along with Interim Grants Officer Meghan Way.
On Monday, November 5 learners from Tecumseh High School, Tecumseh East, and Tecumseh West spent the day at the THS Media Center being introduced to the Sources of Strength program.
Winter in Michigan can mean anything from sunny and mild to icy and treacherous. Our Transportation Department, watches the forecast closely to watch for possible inclement weather and evaluates road conditions as weather conditions deteriorate.
Please take a moment to review the district's Winter Weather Plan used to determine closures and/or delays.
TPS Band facilitators Kellie and Joe McInchak were recently interviewed for a University of Michigan feature story about the work U-M School of Music, Theatre, & Dance alumni are doing in music education across the state.
On Friday, Nov. 2 four members of the Tecumseh High School Cadet Program were promoted to the rank of Private First Class. These four cadets will become the three squad leaders and platoon leader for the rest of the cadets.
Tecumseh High School graduates are invited to reminisce about their days as a ceramics student, network with current art students and contribute their talents to a local fundraiser at an Alumni Bowl Throw. The event will be held from 5 - 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19 at Tecumseh High School.
THS will be represented by Katie Selenko and Kaitlin Knape at the MHSAA State Cross Country State Championships on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Tecumseh High School learners participating in the Cadet Program will be recognized Nov. 2 at a promotion ceremony. The Cadet Program is new to THS this year, with 20 learners currently enrolled. The program focuses on leadership, citizenship and teamwork with the goal of developing confident young adults of high character and personal responsibility.
On Friday, October 19, Staff, learners, and community members gathered to break ground on the new high school sculpture garden.