Integrated Humanities, Sciences and Arts Dual Enrollment Track
Iron Mountain Public Schools: An Overview
Mr. Jeremie Solak
Dean of the Dual Enrollment Program
Iron Mountain Public Schools is proud to introduce Mr. Jeremie Solak as our new Dean of the Dual Enrollment Program. Jeremie brings with him many years of experience as an educator as well as a commitment to the classical liberal arts
SOME OF HIS BACKGROUND
Jeremie is very enthusiastic about rolling out this new high school program at Iron Mountain Public Schools. His vision is to help students become the best that they can be.
Through the Dream Manager Program and the ability for students to enroll in courses as both high school and college credit, he believes all students can plan and realize their life goals through this innovative and practical program.
Finally, working to integrate the best of the western body of knowledge into our fantastic curriculum will give students a great grasp of the treasure trove of wisdom and knowledge our culture has to offer.
Iron Mountain High School students have a unique opportunity to work towards their high school diploma, acquire college credits and develop personally, academically and professionally through this unique program under the supervision of Dean Jeremie Solak.
The classical liberal arts form the foundation and the core of the Integrated Humanities, Sciences and Arts Dual Enrollment Track.
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE CLASSES
Designated classes will count as BOTH high school and college credit. This means achieving goals faster as there is no need to re-take a similar class for high school credit. These dual enrollment classes occur as part of the regular school day and are guided by our Dean.
CHARACTER FOR COMMUNITY
Students take time to discuss various persons from history that have character values from which students can learn and be inspired. Life-long learning courses will be offered for interested parents in the form of Monday night seminars with excerpts from the curriculum.
DREAM MANAGER PROGRAM
Students that are interested can participate in the Dream Manager Program. They will focus on long-term goals and then create smaller, short-term goals to work toward those larger goals. This concept will build enthusiasm and confidence for the future!
PROJECT BASED LEARNING
Our high school academic year is made up of two 15-week semesters and one 6-week semester. The 6-week semester is used for Project Based Learning (PBL). Dual Enrollment student’s PBL will have an entrepreneurial focus. Students will be challenged to create solutions for the benefit of the community by asking them:
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