The Education section of ReMix virtual site shares a comprehensive listing of resources available in Genesee County’s Public school options; these options are available to individuals, families, and agencies. Under each listing you will find a list of the schools available ranging from High School to Alternative education programs as well as college options. There are links to each schools website for more detailed information. If at any time during your search you feel like you need additional assistance, you may contact ReMix on the links provided on the website or calling us directly at: 810-600-4544

Academy of Flint

Academy of Flint located at 4100 West Coldwater Road in Flint, is a Self Managed Charter School authorized by Central Michigan University. We educate students Kindergarten thru Eighth grades. Student learning is at the heart of all that we do at the Academy of Flint. Academy of Flint’s curriculum addresses the core content areas (Math, […]

Academically Interested Minds – Kettering University

  AIM (Academically Interested Minds) is a five-week residential pre-college summer program which began in 1984 and has continued to thrive over the years.  The program is designed to augment Kettering University’s efforts to reach a greater number of multicultural students who have a strong interest in the areas of engineering, math, science and business.  There is no cost to […]

Beecher Scholarship Incentive Program (BSIP)

Beecher Middle High School 6255 Neff Rd., Mt. Morris 810-591-9263 The Beecher Scholarship Incentive Program (BSIP) will assist students to graduate from Beecher High School and find success in a post-secondary education or training program. To achieve this, BSIP provides early support programs in the 7th and 8th grades; partners with existing 9th – 12th […]

Choosing to Succeed

University of Michigan – Flint 303 E. Kearsley St., 292 UCEN, Flint 810-766-6622 The Choosing to Succeed Program is designed to increase the number and preparation of minority students in the Flint, Beecher and surrounding school districts, who will graduate from high school, and to encourage and challenge them to pursue post-secondary education. CTS is […]


Kettering University 1700 W. Third Ave., Flint 810-762-9873 DISCOVER U is a career-oriented series of hands-on workshops for girls in grades 10-12. Eight day-long “discovery” programs throughout the academic year will allow participants to learn about specific fields of engineering, applied sciences and applied mathematics. Each program will emphasize the connections between the stimulating intellectual […]

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP)

University of Michigan – Flint 303 E. Kearsley St., 292 UCEN, Flint 810-766-6622 Throughout the summer and academic year the program provides a comprehensive series of workshops and enrichment activities working with the students and their parents. Upon graduation, a select percentage of the graduating program participants will be eligible for limited scholarships provided by […]

Upward Bound

Mott Community College 1401 E. Court St., Prahl College Center, Flint 810-762-5117 Upward Bound is a federally funded education program aimed at increasing academic and motivational levels of low income and First Generation high school students so that they will graduate and successfully pursue a college education. There are 2 components to this program. The […]

Academy West

OUR MISSION The Mission of the Academy West Alternative High School program is to have our students obtain their high school diploma or GED. BELIEF STATEMENTS All individuals are entitled to a supportive, safe and effective learning environment. All individuals have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. Learners need numerous and diverse […]

Bentley Community Schools Fusion Academy

 Did a traditional high school setting not work for you? Are you significantly behind in credits? Are you just looking for a different, faster way to get your high school diploma?  If you live in the Bentley Community School District service area, and are supposed to be in9th—12th grade, this program could be your key to a free high […]

Maximizing Your GI Benefits

Resources to help Veterans with college. Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits right now are the most generous in the history of the GI Bill. With a maximum of 36 months of benefits that pays tuition, a book stipend and a monthly housing allowance, one would think it is enough to pay for a four-year college […]