Earn Your High School Diploma in Richmond, Indiana at The Excel Center
Located in a remodeled school in Richmond, IN 47374, The Excel Center is an adult high school offering free tuition and books along with a flexible schedule designed for working adults. At The Excel Center Richmond:
- You complete classes for Indiana’s Core 40 diploma.
- You can take dual credit classes—earning college credit at Ivy Tech for free!
- You have the option to get a professional certification targeting in-demand careers in Wayne County and the surrounding areas.
Our Richmond, Indiana school for adults offers professionally recognized certifications in the following fields:
- Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics
- Healthcare and Nursing
- Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
- Office Administration
Beyond academics, The Excel Center offers opportunities for personal growth, including:
- Student Leadership Council
- Choral Group
- Writing Club
- Fitness Club
- Parent Support Circle
If you’re an adult looking to earn your high school diploma in Richmond, Indiana, check out The Excel Center today!
Graduate Helps Current Students Excel
A member of the school's first graduating class in May, Austin now hopes to help and inspire current students at Richmond where he was hired as a student ambassador.
"I really enjoy working here because I get to help students. I understand what they're going through." Read Austin's story
Richmond Celebrates First Graduating Class
Check out photos from the event here, and follow links below to read student speeches.
Monica Morgan enrolled at Richmond in 2013 and graduated in nine months, earning cum laude recognition. A key member of student council, Monica maintained a near perfect attendance record and earned a HIRE Technology certification, which has prepared her for a career in manufacturing and logistics. She was also a 2014 Annual Achiever Award nominee. Read Monica's speech...
Rachel Morrell, 26, enrolled August 2013 when The Excel Center opened in Richmond. A mother of two, she displayed her commitment to education daily, commuting over 25 minutes, each way, from the Cambridge City area to attend classes. A member of student council and finalist for Goodwill’s Annual Achiever Award, she graduates with honors. Rachel also earned college credits and a pharmacy tech certification. She will attend Ivy Tech this fall. Read Rachel’s speech…
Rachel Enjoys Smooth Transition in Richmond
Rachel explains her concerns with returning to school, and how her transition went much smoother than expected. "I didn't do very well in traditional school...now I'm older, more mature, and things are coming a lot easier to me. I thought being out of school so long, I'd have a hard time catching up, but it's not that way at all. I understand concepts a lot better than I ever thought I would," Rachel said.