ELIGIBLE CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAM ECPP
Excel High School partners with vocational, career, and technical colleges and schools nationwide to provide Eligible Career Pathway Program (ECPP) opportunities for students requiring a high school diploma to satisfy (ECPP) requirements for Title IV. In order to be eligible for ECPP, students lacking an accredited high school diploma, GED, or recognized equivalent, must be enrolled in an accredited high school completion program. Excel’s adult fast path high school diploma program meets ECPP requirements when students are enrolled at Excel High School working to complete the high school diploma. Excel is a state-recognized, regionally accredited school that helps thousands of adults complete high school each year.
Excel High School transfers previously earned high school credits, and students only need to complete what was missed in public high school. Students must complete a minimum of 25% of the required credits through Excel, which means students can transfer 75% of the credits needed for high school graduation.
EPCC/ABT is a great option to reach students that are seeking to attend college but lack the required high school credentials to qualify for Title IV Federal financial aid.
Excel High School requires 21.5 credits to graduate, which is comprised of the following credits:
3.5 Social Studies Credits
3.0 Science Credits
3.0 Math Credits
0.5 PE Credits
1.0 Fine Art
6.0 Elective Credits
Excel understands what it takes to be an exceptional ECPP partner, so what are you waiting for? If you are interested in learning more about Eligible Career Pathway Program (ECPP), contact Kate Clarkson email@example.com or 952-690-9195