Mission“The mission of Excel Academy North is to achieve student academic and social growth through a positive peer culture with engaging and rigorous classrooms. The staff of Excel Academy North is committed to creating and maintaining a structured, trusting, and caring environment to meet the individual needs of our students. All aspects of the school’s organization, curriculum, model and activities are student centered and designed to create lifelong learners that are prepared for post-secondary institutions and beyond.”
Student Leadership Tracks
Students can earn incentives for positive performance which results in leadership ranks. Each student on the leadership track begins at “Pledge” rank and can work up to “Executive” rank, which comes with a number of privileges including dress down days, school trips and events, and influence in certain program decisions.
ELECT Workshops for Pregnant & Parenting Students
Excel Academy North has a strong partnership with the ELECT program to support students who may be pregnant and/or parenting. Students receive support on caring for their child, financial planning, relationships, and mental health.
Volunteer & Community Service
Students have the opportunity to volunteer with local organizations and participate in school-wide community service projects including Food Drive in collaboration with local churches, annual Pretzel sales, and local park clean-ups.
Excel Academy North has a strong focus on involving families in the Excel community and has various family engagement activities throughout the year. Events include the Back to School BBQ Night, Annual Field Day, and Parent Luncheons. In addition to events and activities, Excel Academy North also has a Parental Advisory Board that meets regularly throughout the year. For more information, contact the program principal, Mr. Muller..
Extra Curricular Activities
Excel Academy North offers Student Government, Basketball, Cheerleading, Tennis, Yearbook Committee, Financial Literacy Workshops, Teen Elect (Workshops).
- Alternative Education Progress Report
The Alternative Education Progress Report (AEPR) is an innovative tool designed to provide a high-level overview of how our alternative programs are performing. The AEPR reflects our core belief that all students deserve to attend great schools and that we must hold ourselves to a standard of equitable educational excellence.
2016-2017 | 2017-2018 | 2018-2019
- Operational Walk-through Reports
Operational Walk-throughs are formal observations during which a review team focuses primarily on the operational aspects of a program for the following domains: Vision for Learning; Family & Community Relationships; School Safety; Positive Environment, High Quality Instruction; Talent Development; and Data.
2017-2018 | 2018-2019
- Instructional Walk-through Reports
Instructional Walk-throughs are formal observations in which a review team focuses primarily on the instructional aspects of a program for the following components: Academic Success Questions with Leadership; Academic Success Questions with Teachers; Academic Success Questions with Students; and Classroom Observations.
2017-2018 | 2018-2019
- District-wide Survey
The District-wide Survey is a tool for capturing feedback from the school community on five key topics related to school improvement—climate, instruction, leadership, professional capacity, and parent/guardian-community ties. Questions are asked of each group to gather overall feedback about each school.