Greyhound Central Performance Academy
GCPA will start enrolling new students, and meeting with returning students for the 2023-2024 school year starting August 14, 2023.
New students should fill out the information form below and we will call or email to set up an appointment when we return back to the building in August.
GCPA New Information Form
GCPA students from the 2022-2023 school year wishing to return for the 2023-2024 school year should email Abby ([email protected]) starting August 7, 2023 and she will set up an appointment for your back to school meeting.
All students both new and returning will need to fill out the folling form at enrollment. Feel free to fill it out before our meeting to save some time.
Please call (517-663-1919) or email Abby DeValk ([email protected]) to find out more information about enrolling at Greyhound Central Performance Academy.
Our school format allows for individualized instruction but also requires students to be motivated learners. Class sizes are small and students are expected to continue their school work outside of school through online access to their courses. The staff strives to build a trusting relationship with students, parents, and guardians in order to support students as they work to attain their educational goals.
Greyhound Central Performance Academy has been created to offer a variety of learning opportunities for all types of students to successfully complete their high school experience. We offer three different programs earned through online and hybrid classes:
- Eaton Rapids High School diploma (26.5 credits)
- Greyhound Central Performance Academy diploma (18 credits and 15 hours community service)
- GED preparatory program
We welcome the opportunity to foster student success by serving a variety of students, especially those who:
- are seeking an alternative to the traditional high school environment
- dropped out of high school and wish to re-enroll
- are credit deficient and need to catch up on credits
Updated Cell Phone Policy (for 2023-2024 school year)
A student may not use his or her cell phone during the class period for any reason. Cell phone usage will be restricted to before and after school hours (7:35 A.M. to 2:35 P.M.) and lunch only. Parents can reach students by calling their homeroom teacher. Students will be required to store their phones in assigned lockers and cannot bring cell phones into classrooms.