Online Academic Advising and Support
Academic Advising and Support Services
The Excel High School Counseling Team can help you to prepare for plans with employment, college, the Military and beyond. All students have access to MyPlan, Excel's counseling portal. MyPlan will help you to discover your passions and career interest; as well as, provide students will a wealth of information on careers, college admissions requirements, scholarships, and FAFSA.
Prior to enrolling into a college or university, it is a good idea to contact your college admissions office and determine eligibility for admissions. There are many factors that post-secondary institutions consider during the enrollment process; e.g. if a student is requiring financial aid, they may be required to have good placement test scores, SAT or ACT scores. Every college establishes their specific entrance requirements, so please check with your local college admissions representative to be sure you are aware of their specific requirements for entrance. The last thing you want is any surprises during the enrollment process.
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ACT Information & Testing Locations
The ACT (No Writing) is a set of four multiple-choice tests which cover English, mathematics, reading, and science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests and a Writing Test. IN addition to a GED ® or High School Diploma, the ACT test results are generally required as a part of your college entrance application. The ACT site provides information on location for ACT tests, an ACT Test Prep program, and extensive information on college planning and financial aid.
Our counseling office is available to offer guidance for each student to make the best decision for their academic goals. Excel High School offers Free GED ® options and counseling services for people seeking a GED ® or High School Diploma Online or by Mail.
SAT College Board Tests
In addition to a high school diploma or GED ®, almost every college in America accepts the SAT or Subject Tests as a part of its admissions process. This site provides information on SAT testing locations and useful information for planning for college, including finding a college and financial aid.