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.
The landscape of education is evolving, and with it, the perceptions and realities of online high school education. The question, “Does online high school look bad to colleges and employers?” is a query that echoes in the minds of many prospective students and their parents. Let’s delve into this topic to uncover the truth behind online high school education and its impact on college admissions and employment opportunities.
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.