Sandusky wins Sanilac academic games at SC4

Sandusky High School was the overall winner at the 34th annual Raymond T. Dunbar Jr. Sanilac County Academic Games Saturday, Feb. 8, on St. Clair County Community College’s Port Huron campus. First- and second-place winners in specific academic areas were: Language arts First: Croswell-Lexington High School Second: Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School Math First: Deckerville High School Second: Sandusky High School Science First: Marlette High School … Continue reading Sandusky wins Sanilac academic games at SC4

Creative director credits SC4 for helping develop his creative passion

Like many high school graduates, Jeffrey DeLange was not quite sure of his career path when he graduated from Algonac High School and enrolled at St. Clair County Community College in 1989. “I was interested in being creative but did not really have a career path,” he said. At SC4, DeLange took classes from a number of professors who helped him understand his interests and … Continue reading Creative director credits SC4 for helping develop his creative passion

SC4 seeking employers for annual Career Fair April 23

The 2020 St. Clair County Community College Career Fair will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, April 23. The annual event will bring hundreds of students, alumni and community members to the SC4 Fieldhouse in search of career opportunities. The college is partnering with the Blue Water Chamber, Economic Development Alliance, Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works and the City of Port Huron/McMorran for this … Continue reading SC4 seeking employers for annual Career Fair April 23

TRIO program student well-positioned for career success

St. Clair County Community College’s accounting program, along with the college’s proximity to home and student-to-instructor ratio, attracted student Jessica Gottschalk to SC4’s campus. The Imlay City High School graduate first enrolled at SC4 in 2002, earning her Associate of Arts in 2006. She recently came back to the college to earn an Associate of Applied Arts & Sciences in General Business and is taking … Continue reading TRIO program student well-positioned for career success

Globetrotting professional women’s basketball player grateful for SC4 experience

When she joined the St. Clair County Community College Skippers women’s basketball team in 2012, Rachel Kehoe never imagined her basketball career would lead her to play with professional teams in France, Spain, Malta, Germany, Serbia, Finland, Ireland and now Denmark. “I chose SC4 because I liked how I fit with athletics and academics,” said the St. Clair High School graduate. “I also liked that … Continue reading Globetrotting professional women’s basketball player grateful for SC4 experience

SC4 nursing program recognized for excellence in two recent rankings

St. Clair County Community College’s nursing program continues to be recognized throughout Michigan and the nation for its excellence in preparing students for rewarding careers in health care. SC4 again was ranked one of the best in Michigan by RegisteredNursing.org, a nursing advocacy organization that analyzes past and present first-time National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®)-RN pass rates. Its 2020 ranking listed SC4 eighth of 59 … Continue reading SC4 nursing program recognized for excellence in two recent rankings

SC4 to host winter 2020 baseball and softball clinics

St. Clair County Community College will host baseball and softball clinics in the SC4 Fieldhouse this winter for area youth ages 8 to 18. Youth Baseball Clinic for ages 8 to 13 Sunday, Feb. 16 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Softball Clinic for grades 4 to 12 Sunday, Feb. 16 1 to 3:30 p.m. High School Baseball Clinic for ages 14 to 18 Sunday, Feb. … Continue reading SC4 to host winter 2020 baseball and softball clinics