HARRISBURG, PA — Reach Cyber Charter School, a unique tuition-free public cyber school serving K-12 students throughout Pennsylvania, is now enrolling students for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.
Serving more than 7,500 students across the state, Reach Cyber delivers a STEM-focused curriculum that emphasizes academics, social-emotional learning and individualized support to prepare students for the challenges of tomorrow.
“Cyber education unlocks possibilities for students to thrive. Reach Cyber’s flexible scheduling and personalized learning environments give our students the opportunity to take on academic challenges, learn at their own pace and pursue their passions,” said Jane Swan, Reach Cyber Charter School CEO.
Swan added that parents were particularly pleased during the 2020-2021 school year. According to the results from Reach Cyber’s 2021 Parent Satisfaction Survey, 93% of parents agree their children are satisfied with the program, and 92% of parents would recommend Reach Cyber to parents whose children are not enrolled in the program.
Reach Cyber understands that no two students are alike, and their reason for pursuing online education is unique. Some are academically advanced, but struggle in a traditional school setting, while others prefer to learn at their own pace. Those who may be experiencing health challenges or bullying, as well as athletes or performers who require a flexible learning schedule, also find that full-time online school is able to meet their needs.
At Reach Cyber, students have access to an education that is made for them. They may choose from three flexible learning pace options, including a traditional calendar option, a year-round option, or for high school students, an accelerated schedule. Students might accelerate their classes to graduate early or extend their pace to devote more time to mastering the curriculum or accommodate their schedules.
Preparing students for their lives beyond the classroom is a top priority, and that is why Reach Cyber offers an expansive Career Pathways Program. High school students can select a career pathway from one of six career and technical education (CTE) clusters. These planned programs of study can be customized to help students gain specific skills, certifications and internship experience needed in their field of interest.
At Reach Cyber, parents and caretakers play an integral role in their student’s education as their Learning Coach. Learning Coaches partner with teachers to provide the support and structure their students need – setting daily routines, monitoring attendance and ensuring that class work is completed.
Families interested in Reach Cyber Charter School are highly encouraged to attend an upcoming online information session. For more information about Reach Cyber Charter School or to begin the enrollment process, visit www.ReachCyberCharter.com or call 800-382-6010.