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Excel Charter School Info Meeting! Free!

Excel College Prep Academy is a new charter school serving LA and Orange counties.  They offer $1600 in educational funds per year.  Come and hear what the new school is all about. gee! will, also, be applying to be a vendor for them.

Then join us for a used curriculum sale at 3pm.  Please RSVP if you want to sell.

Excel College Prep Academy’s focus is to provide students with a safe, family-friendly, structured environment in which they can master language arts and math concepts through direct, individualized, standards-based instruction taught by caring, qualified instructors. By providing students an inspirational learning environment enriched with rigorous academics, high behavioral standards, higher-level questioning, and leadership training, they will be empowered to become self- motivated and competent life-long learners who will make a positive impact on their communities.

http://www.excelcollegeprep.org/

Children are welcome.

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  • L'Toya W.

    I wasn't able to attend but like to get some input on the meeting.

    August 16, 2013

    • Cindy C

      There are many ways to homeschool and using a charter is just one way. And there are many kinds of charters. Excel is one the "new" charters that cater to homeschoolers, but aren't online like CAVA (K12). With Excel, you are assigned a teacher, but parents choose the curriculum. Fortunately, Excel gives each family funds to purchase curriculum, take classes, and/or lessons. Every 20 school days (which works out to about once a month), the family meets with the teacher and hands in samples of the child's work for that month. They only need to turn in one sample from five subject areas. The parent keeps an online log of daily work, but they are very flexible in that if you do two days worth of work on one day, you can separate the activities and enter them on two days. There is plenty of room for new students and they are enrolling families quickly. You can be accepted in just a couple of days as soon as you send in all of your paperwork.

      2 · August 16, 2013

  • George

    Wow! This was an amazing event. Thank you to Cindy for putting this all together giving the homeschool information talk. Thanks to Rita, Michelle, and Sandy for coming out from Excel Charter to talk about their school. Also thanks to Victoria for doing the free Scratch Programming demo. Please check out our Fall schedule for gee! as we will have some awesome classes. Also if you signed up with Excel be on the look out for our classes on their vendor list. And of course, thanks to all the children and families because without you none of this would be possible. Peace and Love, George

    2 · August 16, 2013

  • Cindy C

    Excel sounds flexible in working with families and they have space now for the fall semester!

    1 · August 16, 2013

  • Blanca

    Is everyone taking their kids?

    August 16, 2013

  • Michele & Tim C.

    Coming with spouse and 3 homeschool kids

    August 12, 2013

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