About Us

Xceed Preparatory Academy is a groundbreaking network of private college prep middle and high schools that provides personalized learning plans and schedules delivered in a blended model combining master academic coaches with technology-enhanced curriculum. Each day is designed to meet the learning needs and interests of each student.

Xceed Vs. The Traditional Private School

  • Small by design
  • Flexible schedules (morning, mid-morning and afternoon)
  • Extended school day and calendar
  • Continuous enrollment
  • Non-traditional facilities
  • Teachers as coaches and facilitators
  • Blended learning combining the best elements of online and brick and mortar schools
  • Personalized learning based on each student’s individual goals
FAQ

Xceed offers different schedule options for each student.   

Yes, students have access to the facilities from 7:30am to 6pm.

Xceed is a bring your own device school. Laptops and/or tablets will not be provided, though the school has a limited number of loaner computers available.

Yes, Xceed has continuous enrollment. While we will operate a traditional school calendar, due to our personalization, some of our students will have non-traditional school years.

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

Xceed will be a candidate for AdvancEd/SACS accreditation once the 2017-18 school year begins. It is our goal to be fully accredited by the end of the 2017-18 school calendar.

The tuition is $21,500 and there are no additional fees such as activity fees or textbook fees.
For information on financial aid contact us or call us at 888-688-5147

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. Learn more

Our History

Drs. Brent Goldman and Richard Goldman have been two of the top private school leaders in South Florida for several decades. Richard Goldman was the Dean of Graduate Education at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) for 20 years. He and his team were pioneers in the development of distance and internet-based education at NSU. In 1996, Brent and Richard co-founded The Sagemont School in Weston, Florida. Under Brent Goldman’s leadership the school grew to more than 800 students and sent graduates to universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Columbia and Vanderbilt. Additionally, Brent and Richard have co-founded and held leadership positions in a variety of highly successful education ventures, including University of Miami Online High School, Another Generation Preschools and Smart Horizons Career Online Education, which is McDonald’s official high school.