Online Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
Access Honors courses plus all 13 AP courses for one low price.
Excel High School's Advanced Placement (AP) Courses are designed to provide high school students with a challenging, college-level curriculum, all while potentially earning college credits. As a member of the College Board, Excel offers these courses online, allowing students to study at their own pace and take the corresponding AP exams in person at local authorized testing centers. Opting for the AP Pack gives students access to all of Excel's Honors courses plus eight additional AP courses.
Why Choose AP Courses?
AP courses stimulate students intellectually while also enhancing academic skills, fostering critical thinking, and improving problem-solving abilities. This prepares students for university life and beyond! A high score in an AP course is a strong signal to college admissions counselors of a student's readiness for college-level pressures. Successful AP exam scores (3 or above) can earn students course credits, advanced placements, or both at many U.S. and international colleges.
What sets Excel High School apart from other online high school programs is our dedication to student support. We provide 24/7 assistance to our students, ensuring no one is left behind in their educational journey. Plus, we offer the opportunity for students to earn college credits while completing their high school education, providing a head start on their college career. Choose Excel High School for an enriching and flexible path to complete your high school education.
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When you're ready to take the next step towards your education, simply click 'Enroll Now'. This will direct you to our dedicated student information system, Learnstage. Once there, simply click 'Enroll Now' located in the top right corner of the page.
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Next, you'll be asked to create your student account. This process begins with entering a valid email address and selecting a secure password. Following this, you'll be prompted to provide some essential information such as the students full name, date of birth, and address. On the last page, you will be asked to choose a security question.
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At Excel High School, you can choose to pay your tuition in multiple ways.
- Payment In full - $2690
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- Pay every month - $269
These options are designed to offer our students the flexibility they need to succeed.
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Once your payment has been received, you'll get an email with your student account details. This will be your portal to submit any previous academic transcripts, view vital account information, and navigate other critical resources. Your classes will be added automatically and adjusted based on your submitted transcripts (if applicable).
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Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
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Honors + AP Pack: Excel's Honors courses plus all 13 AP Courses for one low price.
AP Courses or Advanced Placement Courses are online classes that offer rigorous, college-level curricula that allow high school students the opportunity to potentially earn college credit in high school. Students complete online AP courses at Excel High School and take the AP exam locally in-person to earn college credit. Students will need to purchase the required AP textbooks and other supplemental course materials separately. Students that choose the AP Pack have access to all of Excel's Honors courses, plus 8- AP courses. Click here to download the Honors/AP Certified Course Brochure.
Why take an AP® Course?
- Challenge: Advanced Placement AP classes are rigorous and offer intellectual stimulation that students may not otherwise experience in standard high school courses.
- Increase opportunities for college admission. Online AP courses look great on a high school transcript. A successful grade in an AP course demonstrates to college admissions counselors that you are well prepared and ready for the pressures of college.
- Get prepared. AP courses enhance students' academic skills, teach students how to think critically, and improve problem-solving abilities. AP students learn to navigate rigorous academic expectations that are encountered in a university setting.
- Earn college credit. AP exams are scored on a scale of 1 through 5. If a student earns a 3 or higher, he or she can receive course credits, advanced placement, or both upon arriving at college. AP policies vary from school to school, but the majority of U.S. and international colleges grant credit for AP exams.
AP Course Acceptance
Find a college or university in your area that accepts AP courses for college credit.
AP Testing Centers
The AP exam for college credit is taken in person at an authorized testing center.
AP Testing Dates
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Review State requirements related to AP course offerings
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do Students Need Textbooks* for AP Courses?
AP programs are rigorous, college-level courses. As such, they require college-level textbooks and supplementary texts, and highly qualified teachers. All Excel High School AP courses utilize textbooks that have been recommended by the College Board. These textbooks should be purchased before students begin the course. Excel High School does not resell the books, as they are readily available through traditional and online booksellers. Students are required to pursed the text found in the AP course syllabus.
- Do Students Need To Complete Hands-On Labs for AP Science courses?
Excel's AP Science courses require Hands-On Labs to be completed. You can purchase a lab kit or the lab materials needed to complete the physical labs.
- Are EHS Courses AP Certified?
Excel’s AP courses have been authorized by the College Board.
*Books are available through traditional and online bookstores. Advanced Placement and AP are trademarks or registered trademarks of The College Board.