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Our programs focus on giving students multiple opportunities to gain access to academic content through provided and created multimedia resources. We partner with different organizations to help combat inequities in learning from different angles.


Our emphasis on digital and global citizenship helps to equip our students with marketable skills that can be transferred to college, careers, and citizenship. Our professional development equips educators with resources and skills to help students transfer knowledge across disciplines and prepare for the future.

Professional Development

Excel Universal provides educators with skills, resources, and curriculums with innovative ways to create equitable and social learning experiences in and beyond the classroom.

Mental Wellness and Academic Support

Through our partnership with the Léne Marley Foundation, students have access to counselors who will support their academic progress and mental wellness. 

Culturally Responsive Leadership Development

Our professional development series for administrators and educational leaders provides resources help establish a culturally responsive culture and respond to the diverse needs of student populations.

The GloCiE Movement

Partnered with Her Excellency International©, we work to host programs internationally advocating for educational equity and opportunity, digital citizenship and  global citizenship.

Virtual Homeschool Education

Our homeschool learning program gives families the comfort of knowing their students are receiving an equitable, multidisciplinary standards-based education that is collaborative and engaging.

Girls Who Code©

Excel Universal hosts an annual summer Girls Who Code© Club for young women grades 6-12 who are interested in learning to code. 


Excel Universal is headquartered in Fleming Island, Florida with an office in New York City, but we work with schools and families all over the continental United States and the world. 

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Help schools establish educational equity.