When you attend a traditional in-person high school, the school will remind you quite often that you should be signing up to take the SAT or ACT during your Junior and Senior years. However, online students are in the unique situation where they have flexible schedules that might not line up with their local school, and they aren’t in a one-on-one setting to be reminded of when and how to schedule their SAT or ACT test. If you’re not sure where to start, you’ve actually got a couple of options for signing up to take either the SAT or ACT.
If you’re an online student, you probably spend a great deal of time at your keyboard. What’s more, typing is your primary avenue of communication with your instructors and support staff. Being able to type quickly and accurately is an important skill for online students, and it’s an easily transferable skill for individuals who will end up working in an office setting where they will be typing a good portion of their work days.
Remember when the most crucial decision you had to make was what type of brick to build Steve’s house out of in Minecraft? Or when the toughest situation you found yourself in was helping Link solve puzzles on the way to the next boss battle? Since you were a kid, you’ve been making decisions left and right. Some decisions felt crucial (and really weren’t) while other decisions didn’t feel like a big deal (and turned out to be important).
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!
The first day of school is moments away, but administrators around the country are facing a big snag: Missing Staff. The National Center for Education Statistics found in March of 2022 that 44% of public schools were facing full- or part-time teaching vacancies.
If you’re ready to earn your high school diploma, you want the process to be as simple as possible. Earning your high school diploma online through Excel High School’s self-paced online program is easy. In this blog post, we look at how Excel High School works.
If you’ve enrolled at Excel High School and you’ve begun choosing your classes, you may have some questions about choosing your elective classes. Choosing the right elective courses is a very important decision for any high school student, so make sure you to take your time and do your research.
On December 25, 2021, NASA launched one of its Great Observatories, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). As the largest and most powerful space telescope ever created, it has the ability to capture images from Mars and beyond. NASA reports that the telescope is “as tall as a 3-story building and as long as a tennis court” and is “so big that it has to fold origami-style to fit inside the rocket to launch.”
Technology has made research for academic writing really simple, but it also has made copying and pasting other people’s work a lot easier as well. One of the most important lessons students at Excel High School need to know is what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Once you understand these concepts, you will be able to successfully navigate academic writing for your online courses.
Online education offers a lot of freedom for your family. With flexible timelines and schedules, you and your children have the opportunity to visit family, experience cultural events, and tailor their class time to suit your needs in a way that traditional schools simply cannot do. However, one aspect of online school that requires a bit more attention is the topic of academic integrity. Academic integrity refers to your commitment to honest and moral behavior in an academic setting.