Washtenaw Educational Options Consortium's Washtenaw International High School is crowned as Michigan's 2021 Ethics Bowl State Champions!!!
The Michigan High School Ethics Bowl program is an academic extracurricular that connects schools, teachers and students across Michigan. It offers the opportunity to learn ethics and philosophy from college coaches; to study real world ethics cases. The Washtenaw International High School Ethics Bowl team will represent Michigan in the National High School Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The FULL RESULTS of all matches of the Ethics Bowl are found on this link.
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Early College Alliance at Eastern Michigan University (ECA@EMU) allows students to complete up to 60 transferable college credits as part of their high school graduation requirements. They begin the program as high school students and transition to full-time college students.
Washtenaw Alliance for Virtual Education (WAVE) is a free, public high school program for students in Washtenaw County school districts. WAVE is a flexible, student-centered, project-based approach to learning for students who need an alternative to the traditional high school model.
Washtenaw International High School (WIHI) is a rigorous International Baccalaureate program, whose students scored the highest composite SAT score in the county and second-highest composite score in the state as part of the 2016 Michigan Merit Exam.