At Excel, we get asked a lot of questions about online education. We think this is great because when it comes to education, people should ask questions.
It’s important to know what’s going on, and so, we’ve decided to run through a list of questions that are often asked about online education.*
(*note: this doesn’t include questions asked specifically about Excel. Those can be found here)
1. Is Online High School Hard?
This is a tricky question as it’s somewhat relative to your situation. There are many people who would say high school in general is hard. There are many others who would say it’s fairly easy.
Here’s what we can say. We believe most anyone can complete online high school. How quickly you complete it and how well you do is in your hands. But, if you’re willing to put forth the effort, you can succeed in online high school very quickly.
Also, we do believe that many people will find online high school easier than regular high school. That’s not to say the classes are easier, rather, online high school is more accommodating to the everyday life of most people.
2. Do Colleges Accept Online High School Diplomas, Credits, etc?
This question gets asked in a lot of ways:
Does the army accept online high school credits?
Does the navy accept an online high school diploma?
The list goes on, but it all comes to simply “does online high school count?”
While we can’t speak for everyone, we can say in the case of Excel High School, yes, it counts. Our high school diploma is just as good as any other high school diploma. We’ve seen thousands of students go on to colleges, jobs, and branches of the armed forces thanks to their education at Excel.
That’s because we are accredited. It’s one of the most important things to look for when exploring online high schools. Being accredited basically means that you are recognized as a legitimate source of education.
3. Is Online High School Expensive?
We believe that Excel’s online high school program is very affordable on any budget. Course loads are flexible allowing you to take more classes or less classes as you need to. For full pricing information, you can visit here. Plus you may be eligible for aid or discounts.