Class of 2020

Click here to fill out the Senior Spotlight Class of 2020 Form.

Click here for the Class of 2020 Graduation News packet.

Click here for information on Excelsior’s Virtual Graduation.

Please note that Friday, May 15th was the last day to turn in your Senior Scholarship submission. Applications will no longer be accepted.
Additional senior events & information differ by campus location.  Please ask your facilitator or site administrator for additional information.

Available Scholarships

Everything You Need to Know about the FAFSA in 2019-2020: Steps, Problem Solving & Expert Advice for College Financial Aid

Colleges offering free tuition

Click here to view a list of colleges that are offering free tuition based on family income.

FREE College at SBVC.


Two-Year Tuition Waver

Click here for more information.


Give Something Back

Excelsior Charter Schools makes targeted efforts to support our students by partnering with organizations that give our students an advantage at success beyond high school.  Excelsior’s partnership with the Giveback Foundation not only provides near complete tuition assistance for college but also provides mentoring support through high school in order to garner college acceptance and completion. This program aims to support 8th through 12th grade scholars that have experienced homelessness, foster youth or is a child who has an incarcerated parent.


Use the following links for additional resources:

College Application Day

Click below for more information:

College Application Worksheets

Application Fee Waivers


College & University Partners

Barstow Community College


Brandman University

Grand Canyon University

Chaffey College

Victor Valley College

Students attending Excelsior Charter Schools who enroll in Victor Valley Community College will earn both High School and College credits. These college credits can assist students in achieving their Associates and often achieve this before graduating High School.


FAFSA Application

Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid (grants, work-study, and loans) to pay for college or career school.

The Junior Guide

Click HERE to check out a PDF Guidebook for Juniors looking to go to college.

This guide will help students narrow their search for a college/university, prep for standardized tests, and begin their college admissions essay.

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