Welcome to our incoming 9th graders and their families! We are so happy to have you in the High School Excel family. We have so many wonderful options designed for your individual academic success and look forward to hearing about your growth and development.
Thank you to our 10th-12th graders and their families! We are thrilled that we can continue to serve and support you throughout your high school journey.
There are many new and exciting opportunities for all of our high schoolers. Please stay tuned for the following updates:
~ A-G Options. We have a variety of a-g course offerings. Please see your ToR for details.
~ Students, if you have extra instructional funds, please consider purchasing a daily planner to help you keep all of your coursework organized.
~ 10 day ordering window to add/drop any high school course
A course dropped within LP1 (after the 10th day) & LP2 will receive a “W” on the report card/transcript and have the possibility of the loss of instructional funds.
A course dropped after LP2 will receive a/an “F” on the report card/transcript and loss of instructional funds.
~ Stay tuned for student council opportunities. There was a sign-up sheet at the Anaheim Back-to-School event. If you were unable to sign up, please reach out to your ToR. There will be a chance to sign up at the other Back-to-School events as well.
~ Stay tuned for monthly high school webinars.
Upcoming free college tour:
September 4, 2019 @ 10AM -
UC Riverside @ 900 University Avenue, Riverside CA 92521
College/University Spotlight: Grand Canyon University - CPE program
Grand Canyon University partners with hundreds of public schools across the nation including public charters. We are pleased to announce that scholarship opportunities are available for Excel students should they choose to apply to GCU. Please see your counselor for details.
CLEP EXAM: Your students have the knowledge. Help them get the credit by encouraging them to take a CLEP® exam. CLEP exams cover intro-level college course material in 34 subjects. More than 2,900 U.S. colleges and universities grant credit to students with qualifying CLEP exam scores and allow them to skip the introductory courses in related subjects.
Great article: Information parents should think about when considering concurrent enrollment for their student(s): Community College article