Tier-1 Honors Program
Acellus Academy takes immense pride in educating some of the most exceptionally talented and academically advanced students across the nation. Many of these students choose Acellus Academy to access advanced coursework that may not be available in their local school systems.
Our unique self-paced instructional format, combined with rigorous honors-level courses, empowers these students to delve into highly challenging academic pursuits. Acellus Academy stands out by offering up to two years of calculus and advanced college-level coursework in physics, chemistry, and biology. The rigor of these advanced courses gives high school students the opportunity to enter college with a remarkable depth of knowledge.
NCAA APPROVED COURSES
Acellus Academy offers core high school courses approved by the NCAA, a crucial consideration for student-athletes looking to play sports at NCAA Division 1 or 2 colleges.
Acellus Academy can submit transcripts to the NCAA to certify completed high school credits and provide proof of graduation.
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Acellus Academy Honors Student
Academic All-American (23), USA Gymnastics
Acellus Sparked an Interest that led to University of California
In 2020, Jay Khadder turned to Acellus Academy when his traditional school closed. This transition allowed him to delve into a variety of courses at his own pace, including challenging AP subjects like European History and Statistics. His experience with Acellus’s Pre-Calculus course sparked a particular interest. Jay’s educational journey with Acellus Academy culminated in his decision to pursue higher education at the University of California – Davis, majoring in International Relations, Cultures, and Business.
Graduate Receives Full Scholarship to University of Colorado Law School
Rachel Stephens’ journey with Acellus Academy began after exploring both public and private schooling options. Her time at Acellus was marked by academic diligence, achieving a 4.0 GPA and excelling in AP courses while touring with a resident theater company. Rachel continued her education at Franklin University in Switzerland, studying Political Science and Applied Mathematics. She is now poised to enter the University of Colorado Law School on a full-ride scholarship. Acellus Academy played a crucial role in fostering Rachel’s academic curiosity and independence, equipping her with valuable life skills such as time management and self-discipline.
Champion Team USA Figure Skater Excels At Acellus Academy
Michelle Lee, a Team USA figure skater and champion at the 2019 Southwest Pacific Regionals and Pacific Coast Sectionals, chose Acellus Academy to support her rigorous training schedule. Transitioning from another homeschooling program, Michelle found Acellus’s flexible structure conducive to balancing her academic goals with her figure skating career.
Basketball Athlete Scores Acceptance to U.S. Naval Academy
Zanai Barret-Gay’s journey with Acellus Academy began as she sought a flexible and supportive educational environment that could accommodate her demanding basketball schedule. Acellus provided her with the resources to excel academically while competing at a national level in basketball. Her dedication and hard work led to receiving ten Division-1 college scholarship offers. Zanai ultimately chose to attend the United States Naval Academy.
Classical Violinist to Attend the Eastman School of Music
Leena Hocutt, a classical violinist and member of Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra, experienced various educational settings including public, private, and homeschooling, before choosing Acellus Academy. Acellus provided her with a unique blend of academic courses like Musical Theory, Finance, and Business, which helped her to prepare for a career in music. Leena has committed to the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music, where she plans to pursue a dual degree in Violin Performance and Business.
Pursuing Medical Research with a Full Scholarship to University of Pittsburg
Nhat Phan’s experience at Acellus Academy began in 2019, seeking an educational environment that could adapt to his unique needs. This flexibility enabled him to engage in significant research projects at the University of Pittsburgh and its affiliated research center. Nhat’s academic journey was complemented by his entrepreneurial spirit, leading to the founding and subsequent acquisition of his startup in 2022. He now looks forward to attending the University of Pittsburgh on a full scholarship, where he will explore Economics and Pre-Med.
Aysia and Natalie
Ballerinas Balance School & Performing With Support from Acellus
Aysia and Natalie, seniors at Acellus Academy, have gracefully balanced their roles as ballerinas with the Kansas City Ballet Second Company and their academic responsibilities. Their commitment to the arts, especially during demanding periods like the Nutcracker season, necessitated an educational approach that matched their rigorous schedules.