Chester County High School Students Graduate from Reach Cyber Charter School

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HARRISBURG, PA — Eight graduates from Chester county were celebrated by friends, family and faculty this month as members of Reach Cyber Charter School’s Class of 2022. These students were among the 635 high school seniors who participated in the unique, tuition-free, online school’s in-person commencement ceremony at Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim on June 9.

The Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2022 comprises students from across Pennsylvania and showcases different backgrounds, educational histories and talents of students who all chose a cyber charter education to fit their unique interests, needs and abilities.

Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2022 graduates from Chester County include:

  • Aiden Gatcha
  • Sydney Morris
  • Jesse Peterson
  • Emily Stanton
  • Caitlin Wagner

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A statewide STEM-focused cyber school, Reach Cyber Charter School served nearly 8,000 students in grades K-12 this year.

The Class of 2022 is the fourth class to graduate from Reach Cyber Charter School, which opened in 2016. Additionally, 23 students were inducted into the Founders Club, honoring those students who attended Reach Cyber for the school’s full six years of operation.

The high school program offers students a wide range of courses to provide a solid foundation for whatever comes next after graduation – whether it be attending college or trade school, becoming a professional athlete, pursuing artistic passions or simply experiencing post-grad life. Dozens of students in the Class of 2022 are graduating a year or semester earlier than they would have in a traditional program because they pursued Reach Cyber’s Accelerated Pace option, allowing them to attend summer, fall and spring sessions full-time to earn more credits throughout the year.

Enrollment for Reach Cyber Charter School’s 2022-2023 school year is currently underway. To learn more, go to or call 1-(866)-945-3655.

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