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!
Education is not just about learning from textbooks. It’s about shaping your journey, discovering your passions, and paving the pathway to your future. At Excel High School, we believe in providing comprehensive education that not only prepares our students academically but also equips them with the necessary real-world skills to thrive in their chosen careers. Our diverse curriculum allows students to tailor their educational experience to suit their individual goals and interests.
One of the advantages of being an Excel High School student is the large variety of electives you get to choose from. Because we aren’t hindered by a complicated room schedule or the geographical location of our instructors, our elective selection includes plenty of interesting courses that offer real life skills or technical training. If you want to learn some practical life skills, we’ve got you covered, and if you want to explore some potential career choices, we’ve got lots of options for you there, too. From coding to Federal Aviation Administration Ground school, there is bound to be something you’ll find either practical or interesting…or both!