At Excel High School, we take pride in our student success stories, particularly those that emerge from collaborative efforts with other educators. In today’s blog post, we will spotlight a notable example from one of these initiatives, a success story from our partnership with Gale. This partnership focuses on providing accessible, high-quality educational opportunities to adults.
Accreditation is a term you’ll often encounter in the realm of education, especially when considering online schools like Excel High School. But what does it mean? Simply put, accreditation is a process that evaluates and certifies the credibility and quality of an educational institution. It’s not just about having a stamp of approval; it’s a rigorous process that ensures a school meets high standards of education and operation. Check out this blog post to learn more about accreditation and why it matters.
It’s a common story: life takes its twists and turns, and before you know it, years have passed since you last attended high school. Now, as an adult, you might be pondering, “Is it too late for me to go back and finish high school?” This question, often accompanied by a mix of uncertainty and hope, is more relevant today than ever. In this blog post, we answer the question once and for all!
The first day of school is moments away, but administrators around the country are facing a big snag: Missing Staff. The National Center for Education Statistics found in March of 2022 that 44% of public schools were facing full- or part-time teaching vacancies.
Online education is a modern frontier that has transformed learning, providing flexibility and access to those seeking alternative paths to traditional schooling. At Excel High School, we understand the importance of being informed. As we move further into a digital age, the questions about online schooling evolve. Here are the most common queries we receive, along with comprehensive answers.
If you didn’t finish high school, you’ve probably had someone tell you, “You can always get your GED.” But what does that really mean? Many folks aren’t quite sure. Don’t worry! This article is here to break down the basics of the GED for you. We’ll chat about how it’s different from a high school diploma, dive into the differences between the two, steps to get your GED online, and clear up some myths about taking the GED online. Let’s get started!
Science, often considered the backbone of a robust educational experience, offers students a window into understanding the complex universe we inhabit. From dissecting the molecular nuances of living organisms to delving into the intriguing relationships between matter and energy, the field of science covers it all. At Excel, we take immense pride in offering an array of high school science classes meticulously crafted to prepare our students for future academic and professional pursuits. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at these Science classes.
From basic arithmetic to complex calculus, mathematics is a subject that permeates every aspect of our daily lives. Whether you’re balancing a budget, measuring ingredients for a recipe, or solving real-world problems in science and engineering, math is an essential tool. At Excel High School, we understand the significance of a strong mathematical foundation, which is why we offer a broad spectrum of courses to meet the diverse needs of our students.
The medical field is vast and dynamic, ever-evolving with the advancements of technology, research, and the needs of global populations. For students with an innate curiosity and a passion for healthcare, diving into medical studies during high school can be the launching pad for a fruitful career. Excel High School is dedicated to providing students with a head start by offering specialized medical electives tailored for tomorrow’s medical professionals.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be challenging not only for the children who live with these conditions but also for the families and educators who support them. With personalized learning at the core of our mission, Excel High School offers accredited middle, high school, and adult high school diploma programs that meet the needs of every learner. We believe that homeschooling can be an excellent avenue to provide a tailored education for students with ADHD. Here’s how to make it work.