Sometimes figuring out the differences between online school and homeschooling can be a little tricky. Since Excel High School’s beginning, we have worked with families who wanted a fully online experience for their students as well as those who wanted to use our curriculum to supplement their students while homeschooling. In this blog post, we identify the key differences between online school and homeschool.
The average GPA for U.S. high school students is a 3.0, but the average GPA for U.S. college-bound students is between a 3.5 and 4.0. College acceptance is a competitive market, and although your GPA is important, it’s not everything college admissions counselors consider. If your GPA isn’t what you need it to be, here are some tips to help you get back on track for college admissions.
Many adults who didn’t finish high school believe that the GED® is their only option, but that’s not true. Adult have plenty of options now to earn their high school diploma, including online, self-paced courses through an Adult Fast-track program from an accredited school like Excel High School. You can earn your high school diploma in a matter of months, depending on how many credits you have to transfer and how quickly you can work through your courses.
A question we regularly get asked is: “Will my college or university accept my online high school diploma from Excel High School”? The answer is, YES! Excel High School is Regionally accredited by AdvancED and the North Central Association. AdvancED is the parent organization for The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), the […]