Client Spotlight

Start your child’s educational foundation with Excel Educational Consulting…. and Oh the places he/she will go! These students and their parents contacted Excel a few years ago to start the high school admissions process…Read below about where they started and where they ended up!


Client Spotlight:
Caroline Angell

Caroline Angell attended St. Francis Episcopal for middle school, and with help from Excel Educational Consulting, ended up at Houston Christian High School. While at HCHS, Caroline played volleyball her freshman and sophomore years, and then she decided to try out for cheerleader. Caroline was a varsity cheerleader her junior and senior year, and she was elected cheer captain her senior year. Caroline was an active student ambassador, a member of student council, and a transfer student mentor. Caroline’s gift of writing earned her several awards while at HCHS, including the Letters about Literature Writing Award and the We Believe Writing Award. Caroline served as a Spanish tutor to her peers, received the Anatomy and Physiology award her senior year, and was overall an honor roll student. Caroline graduated from Houston Christian High School in 2016 and she currently attends TCU, where she is a pre-med student, majoring in Biology and minoring in Psychology. She is an active member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

Client Spotlight:
Rhett Cardwell

Rhett Cardwell attended middle school at St. Francis Episcopal Day School where he was a top student and three-sport athlete. Rhett also participated in choir and theater productions during all three off his middle school years.
Upon graduating from St. Francis in 2012, Rhett attended high school at The Kinkaid School.  While at Kinkaid, Rhett continued to distinguish himself as a three-sport athlete where he was one of the captains of the varsity football and lacrosse teams. He was also elected as a Peer Mentor to work with incoming Freshman.  Rhett participated in Children’s Theater during his Junior and Senior years where he played the lead role in the holiday production of “Elf”.   Children’s Theater provides students with opportunities to mentor younger students at Kinkaid and also bring theater productions to disadvantaged students at schools around the Houston area.  Rhett was also chosen to lead various pep rallies and the annual Field Day event as well as to give speeches at a number of school assemblies and graduation events.  Rhett was honored with The Coskey Award, a full tuition scholarship, which is only given periodically to a rising Senior student who demonstrates leadership in all areas of campus life including academics, the arts and athletics.
Upon graduating from Kinkaid in 2016, Rhett decided to remain in Texas for college and is currently attending Rice University where he will continue to play football.