KTC Enrollment Process

KTC Enrollment 

Visit the KCTC website for enrollment information.

KTC School Schedule

  • September 30, 2022  Kent ISD Staff PD/No Students
  • November 23-25, 2022  Thanksgiving Break
  • December 19-30, 2022  Christmas Break
  • January 2, 2023  Christmas Break
  • January 16, 2023  Kent ISD Staff PD/No Students
  • February 7-8, 2023  Kent ISD Secondary Programs Open House
  • February 20, 2023  Mid-Winter Break
  • March 10, 2023  Kent ISD Staff PD/No Students
  • March 31-April 7, 2023  Spring Break
  • May 29, 2023  No School
  • June 2, 2023  Last Day for students & staff

KTC Virtual Tour

Photo of Morgan DaileyMorgan Dailey 

Hello, my name is Morgan Dailey. This is my third year at KTC as the Career Navigation Coordinator. Prior to KTC, I worked for 6 years in Higher Education in Admissions and Career Services. I have a passion for working with students and assisting them through their educational journey. At the Discovery Center, I am responsible for informing students and local school districts about our programs, what's new at KTC, assessments, and finding the best fit for our students.

I am a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, graduating from Forest Hills Central High School. After high school, I attended Eastern Michigan University and received my Bachelor's in Communication and Electronic Media and Film. In addition, I was a distance runner on the women's cross country and track team. Later, I received my Master's degree in Business Management from Davenport University.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, watching way too much reality tv, shopping, and connecting with people

Kent Transition Center (KTC) offers an innovative program designed to meet the needs of Kent County's secondary students that are not yet prepared for independent, competitive employment, which is an enrollment requirement for KTC.  The CORE program will better prepare students for adult life by working mainly on career and employability skills, teaching them skills to empower them to participate in their community.

*A Sneak Peek Visit is not required for a CORE visit. If you have student(s) you believe are a good fit for CORE, please complete and review the following steps.

CORE program visits are scheduled on Mondays & Wednesdays

1st Step: Complete the 1st Step Assessment 

Why is it important? The 1st Steps Assessment gives us a snapshot of the student from the person who knows the student best, the teacher.  It allows us to see if the student has the basic skills that are needed to be recommended for CORE.

2nd step: Visit Approval/Program Visit

Once we look over the responses from the 1st Steps Assessment, we will determine whether or not the student is approved for a visit.  If the student is approved for a visit, then the school will be contacted and asked to schedule a visit.

3rd Step: Recommendation

During the CORE visit, an assessment is conducted to determine if CORE is the appropriate fit for the student.  If it is decided that CORE will be a good fit, then we will recommend the student for enrollment for the following school year.

4th Step: Enrollment


Program visits are required for a student to enroll.

After your student’s visit you can log back into the Online Enrollment (OE) system and find the student.  If they have been recommended you will not see a blue Request Enrollment button below KTC Enrollment Request.  You must select that to actually enroll your student into the class. 

If you do not see an enrollment button or have other questions about the OE system you can contact Vicki Bickel at 365-2392 or vickibickel@kentisd.org


Morgan Dailey

Phone: 616-365-2374