Excel High School graduates have completed training certificate courses, attended trade and four year college programs, and pursued careers in the armed forces. Sometimes, you earn your high school diploma, and your path is clear. You know what you want to do, and you do it. Other times, you might need a little help deciding […]
It’s never too early to prepare for college. Think about the past four years of your life. How quickly did they fly by? The four years you will spend in high school will go by even more quickly, so here’s a guide to help you start preparing for college early, so that you don’t get […]
You’re motivated and ready to move past high school and on to your next life adventure, but your traditional high school won’t help you move as quickly as you’d like. Excel High School is a great choice for you! For students who want to graduate early, we offer a truly self-paced program and support along the way.
Our 21.5 credit high school diploma track can be completed at your own pace, on your own time. Our graduation requirements include the following credit breakdown:
Students at Excel High School have certain requirements they must meet to graduate just like students at traditional brick-and-mortar schools. In a public school setting, students will often attend assemblies discussing these standard requirements, or guidance counselors will visit their classrooms to help them sign up for their required credits.
In the evolving landscape of education and job markets, the decision to finish high school has never been more critical. While the reasons for dropping out vary, the long-term effects often remain consistently challenging. In this article, we’ll explore the current realities faced by high school dropouts and emphasize the importance of education. 1. Economic […]
In the 1980s, the United States proudly boasted the highest high school graduation rate in the world. Fast forward to 2023, and the US finds itself in the 19th position globally. A startling revelation from this shift is that today, only 70% of students entering 9th grade will earn their high school diploma. The consequences of this trend are far-reaching, given the many benefits associated with completing high school, from higher earning potential and job prospects to societal contributions. in this blog post, we look at the reasons why.