Michigan Merit Curriculum resources
April 2009 MME (Michigan Merit Exam) Guidelines revised
Learn about the changes in guidelines relating to the Michigan Promise and ACT portion of the MME and how that effects your search for scholarships.
Michigan Department of Education High School Graduation Requirements Resources Page
This site offers information about the Michigan Merit Curriculum and links to many other support resources.
Michigan Merit Curriculum High School Requirements Overview
This document outlines the credit requirements for the Michigan Merit Curriculum.
Parents' Guide to Michigan's High School Graduation Requirements
This helpful brochure is published by Michigan Department of Education.
Preparing for the Michigan Merit Exam
Michigan Merit Exam/ACT Prep Free Online Prep
Log in to register for online prep lessons including ACT. WorkKeys and other Michigan Merit Exam components customized to your needs.
MME Persuasive Writing Rubric
Learn the expectations for writing a quality persuasive writing response
New Michigan Merit Exam: What It Is, What It Means, and What It Offers
An explanation of the merits of the Merit Exam for parents and students.
WorkKeys Math Practice Test
Another site to learn about the WorkKeys Math test and practice your skills.
WorkKeys Reading for Information Website with Practice Test
Another site to learn about the WorkKeys Reading test and practice your skills.
WorkKeys Location Information Website with Practice Test
A site to learn about the WorkKeys Locating Information test and practice your skills.
Your Guide to the ACT
A booklet explaining the format of the ACT test and the standards assessed.
Superintendent Flanagan's tips for success
Michigan's state superintendent is proud of the Michigan Merit Curriculum because it reflects the belief that all means all. He believes that helping students succeed requires a strong partnership among parents, students and educators. Superintendent Mike Flanagan offers the following tips for success.
Tips for parents:
Consider asking your child, “How can what you learned today help me?
Learn about the strengths of each teacher.
Communicate with your children’s teachers and be part of the decision-making process.
Promote healthy lifestyles – including healthy meals and physical activity.
Help teachers get to know your child’s strengths, challenges and interests.
Provide a safe and sound learning environment for studying at home.
Tips for students
Let’s work together to make education a priority for all Michigan students!