Congratulations to Our Weston Campus Graduates

High school graduation is a life-changing moment and next month, our Weston Campus seniors will have that once-in-a-lifetime experience. Once this rite of passage is over, students will begin the process of deciding to continue to college, attend a trade school, start a business, or for many, continue their athletic career.

Before our students move on to the next phase of their lives, we wanted to look back on their time at Xceed. So, we asked each of our Weston Campus graduating seniors to share a bit about why they initially enrolled and what their experiences were really like.

“I enrolled at Xceed because I liked the creative ambiance and flexibility you can have,” shared Juan Rodrigo Sacca.

Senior Amanda Leonardo agreed that having a flexible schedule was something she was looking for. She also noted that, “Xceed’s learning environment eases my stress.”

While each student at Xceed is provided with the same tools, guidance and environment, how each student defined what made their time in school successful varies.

For example, Joseph Wezkiewicz, III said, “I liked the one-on-one experiences with the teachers and the flexibility to advance my studies in a more productive way,” while Kyle Crossman saw how his grades improved and shared, “I feel more prepared for a college environment.”

Classmate Mario Azor noticed the most significant change in himself wasn’t what he had expected: “Xceed has taught me to be a leader to younger kids.”

While the definition of success for our students may differ, our goal is to prepare them for life – something many of our students recognized.

“If you don’t enroll to Xceed right now, you are doing yourself a disservice,” said Solomon Giles. “This school is the future and only sets you up for success, unlike most schools.”

Angeline Gilliard added, “Xceed will help you a lot when it comes to excelling in other aspects of your life, not just academics. It’s very individualized, so you aren’t pressured to become the best student in your classes. The teachers will always be there to help you whenever you need it.”

Mya Kushner, who plans to become a civil rights attorney or entrepreneur (or both), shared, “The public high school I was attending did not fit my personal learning preferences and pace. The one-on-one help from Xceed’s teachers allowed me to really understand my course material. Overall, Xceed has brought me a lot more happiness, flexibility and friends!”

We congratulate all our Weston Campus seniors on their well-deserved achievements, as we look forward to sharing your excitement on graduation day. In the meantime, follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as we highlight their last few weeks on campus. And, if you’re interested in learning more about how Xceed’s educational model can meet your child’s needs, be sure to check out the rest of our site.