FAQ

Xceed has four Florida locations: Coral Springs, Kendall/Pinecrest and Weston and a location in Daytona Beach.

Yes, Xceed Preparatory Academy is a Cognia accredited school. Formerly known as AdvancED.

Yes, Xceed has continuous year-round enrollment.

The Xceed model benefits many types of students including elite athletes, performing arts students, accelerated learners, gifted students, students with ADHD, students with learning differences and students who have challenging schedules.

Xceed offers different schedule options for each student.
School Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm*
Business Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm

*If you need to schedule a tour before or after school hours contact us at 954-803-1230 or email admissions@xceedprep.org.

All students are required to maintain their own personal laptop. Students are responsible for bringing their laptop to and from school. If a student’s laptop breaks, desk top computers are available for temporary use at Xceed locations.

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Xceed adheres to the state of Florida graduation requirements. Students will need 24 credit hours to graduate.

The annual tuition is $21,500. For information on financial aid and scholarships, email or call us at admissions@xceedprep.org or 954-803-1230.

Effective July 1, 2022, the McKay Scholarship Program will join the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program under the Unique Abilities category (FES UA). Current McKay families will have the opportunity to remain in their current public or private school choice setting or to utilize the additional options available under the FES UA education savings account model to further customize their child’s education experience for their specific needs.

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Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities

Effective July 1, 2022, the McKay Scholarship Program will join the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program under the Unique Abilities category. For information on the transition process, see McKay transition to FES: FAQs.

This branch of the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program is designed to offer families of students with disabilities, as young as 3 years of age, access to additional education options. Families may choose to enroll their student in another public school, or they may take the opportunity to receive a personal education savings account (ESA) for their student. With an ESA, parents receive a deposit of public funds into government-authorized savings accounts with restricted, but multiple, uses. An ESA can be used to fund not only items such as private school tuition and fees, but also online learning programs, private tutoring, community college costs, higher education expenses and other approved customized learning services and materials. Families apply and annually renew for participation in FES UA through one of the approved SFOs, which are responsible for determining eligibility, awarding and distributing funding to eligible student accounts, and approving eligible expenditures.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying for either branch of the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program, please contact one of the two scholarship funding organizations that administers these programs:

A.A.A. Scholarship Foundation- FL, LLC
P.O. Box 15719, Tampa, FL 33684
Phone/Fax: 888-707-2465
info@aaascholarships.org

Step Up For Students
P.O. Box 54367
Jacksonville, FL 32245-4367
877-735-7837
info@stepupforstudents.org

 

Yes, Xceed Preparatory Academy is a fully-accredited school that offers NCAA approved core courses.

Yes.

Yes, Xceed Preparatory Academy campuses are SEVP-certified schools. Visit our International Admissions page to learn more.

Xceed does not provide transportation.