What is an Education Plan?
After the enrollment process families can create an Education Plan that can help outline their student’s educational pathway. The education planning process provides families with comprehensive information, including the following elements:
PLAN OF STUDY
Creating a Plan of Study helps you to map out a chronological listing of the courses your student will take once enrolled.
We’ll help you select a graduation pathway based on your student’s interests and goals.
Receive personalized recommendations to help your student achieve post-secondary goals.
TUITION & FEES
The Education Plan includes a listing of the costs associated with enrollment in Acellus Academy.
Creating an Education Plan
The best way to determine which courses your student needs to take is to create a High School Education Plan. This tool helps you to map out a plan of study based on your student’s career goals and interests. This option is available once the student ...
Do I need to notify the previous school?
It is important to notify your previous school of your plans to enroll your child in Acellus Academy. If your student has completed any high school classes, you’ll also want to request a transcript. Your local school district can advise you on the ...
Applying for graduation
When a student has successfully earned at least 24 high school credits, they are a candidate for graduation. Please note, students must complete at least the minimum requirements for graduation. (View graduation requirements) In order to receive a ...
Uploading a transcript
High school credit earned while attending another school may be transferrable. An official transcript will be required for the transfer of credits. Only credits with a grade of C- or greater are eligible for transfer. Acellus Academy reserves the ...
Do you require state testing
Acellus Academy is considered a private school based in Missouri. Our students are not required to participate in state testing. To ensure students are mastering the material, exams are incorporated into each course of instruction. To make sure you ...