You’ve completed first semester, and your final grades are recorded. In fact, semester two is in full swing, so you’ve probably already got your eye on the calendar for summer. If you’re ready to prepare for your summer courses, whether it’s to get ahead or make up some credits you missed, online summer school is a great option to investigate.
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.
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:
Many experts recommend that students start preparing for the SAT® as early as the eighth grade and make their first attempt at the test as a sophomore in high school. Why should your student start so early? The SAT® isn’t like any other standardized test that your student has been exposed to, and since they can use their best scores as submissions to whatever college or university they’d like to attend, this is great advice. With many colleges and universities still expecting students to submit their scores prior to admission, earlier is better when it comes to SAT® prep.
You’ve enrolled your child with Excel High School, and now it’s time to get them ready to start their classes. Excel has a lot of resources to help both you and your student as you navigate their online education. As soon as you enroll, you’ll get access to the tools you’ll need to help your student succeed.
Middle school is an exciting time for a young person. It’s that time when an overwhelming number of things are “in between” for your child. They can play with toys from their childhood in the morning but talk about big plans for their adult future by afternoon; they’ll shrug off your hugs and kisses as embarrassing at times but still crawl into your lap when they’re feeling low.
How does Excel High School measure its success with the learning process? How do we ensure that students’ are learning and advancing, while attending online high school courses? The ways we do this is to measure ourselves as educators, and define how well our students are growing and learning. In early 2013, Excel High School […]