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College Counseling

At the core of Canton Preparatory High School’s College Counseling program is our dedication to steering students toward a promising future. We recognize the uniqueness of each student's path and provide personalized guidance and support accordingly. Equipped with the latest resources and tools, our program helps students explore their options after high school. Our committed staff empowers your child to make confident and informed decisions about their future, ensuring they are well-prepared for the next steps in their educational journey.


Effective scheduling is key to successfully fulfilling graduation requirements and navigating the college application process. With the right guidance from our staff, students can establish a plan, stay organized, and ensure they are meeting these criteria.

Course scheduling and registration occurs school-wide, twice each academic year.
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Our rigorous, college prep curriculum aims at college readiness for all graduates. Check out the courses we offer here.

Check out Michigan's online course catalog here. To participate in online courses, see your school's registrar.
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Graduation Requirements

Before graduating, students are required to complete the following:
  • Completion of at least two AP courses
  • Completion of a senior project
  • Participate in community service
  • Academic and college planning
  • Submit an application and be accepted to a four-year college or university
  • Total credits required: 22
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College Visits

Understanding everything about a college is crucial for students as it provides valuable insights that significantly shape their futures. Recognizing the importance of experiencing a college firsthand, we facilitate campus visits for juniors and seniors, enabling them to explore potential colleges personally. Additionally, Canton Prep hosts presentations led by college representatives right on our campus, giving students direct access to critical information and aiding in their decision-making process.

Juniors and seniors are given two excused absences each academic year to visit a college or university of their choice. To receive the excused absence, students must complete the proper forms with the school's front office two weeks before their scheduled visit. 

Juniors and seniors who wish to attend college presentations here at Canton Prep should sign up in the College Counseling team’s office no later than the Friday before the scheduled presentation.
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Order Transcripts

Official high school transcripts can be ordered securely though Parchment.

If you already have a Parchment account, you can sign in here. If you need to create an account, head to Parchment's site, search for Canton Preparatory High School, then create your account.

Contact the school office if you have any questions.
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