JoLynn Clark

JoLynn Clark began her teaching career at Frankenmuth High School in 2002, instructing English 12 classes and the school’s first section AP Language and Composition. She continued teaching these classes during her six years at the high school, and in her last two years, she also taught AP Psychology. In 2008, JoLynn left the classroom to take on the role of high school principal, the position she still holds today. In 2016, JoLynn was recognized by MASSP as Michigan’s High School Principal of the Year. In 2020, JoLynn served on the Governor’s Return to Learn Council and in 2021, the Student Recovery Advisory Council. She currently serves on the MASSP Board of Directors as the Region IV Representative and is an appointee representing K-12 schools on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Mental Health Diversion Council and the Juvenile Justice Subcommittee.

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Day 1
January 18, 2023
3:00 pm

Creating Equal Access to Dual Enrollment & Advanced Placement

Glens II (Lower Level)
18 January
Time:  3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Location:  Glens II (Lower Level)

54 percent of Michigan counties do not have a college main campus, and unfortunately, more than 35 percent of Michigan public high schools offer no Advanced Placement courses. Even for schools near a college or university, students experience barriers in the form of transportation, scheduling, or affordability. In this session, we’ll explore how online learning and creative partnerships help to level the playing field for students lacking access to accelerated learning opportunities through their local district. Listen in as Principal JoLynn Clark from Frankenmuth High School creates pathways for students to pursue a college degree and acclimate to the rigor of college-level learning.

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