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Reach Cyber Charter School is more than a tuition-free K–12 online public school option for students throughout Pennsylvania. We’re a tight-knit school community offering an award-winning curriculum, STEM programming, caring teachers, and opportunities for parent involvement. Explore Reach Cyber!
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Students throughout Pennsylvania are thriving at Reach Cyber Charter School, a tuition-free online public school. Reach Cyber gives students the flexibility to learn at home with a curriculum that meets rigorous state education standards.
A challenging Pennsylvania K-12 curriculum
Experienced and certified online teachers
Activities that connect online students through online enrichment
Events are great ways to learn more about online education
What I like most about Reach Cyber is how much more I get to travel with my family, and also all of the STEM programs and coding.
I love my teachers at Reach Cyber because they are all friendly and really care about me as a person and a student. If I have questions, they are always quick to help me. With my teachers, I don’t feel like I’m just a face in the crowd.
This is the way education should be: learning is relevant, focused, and outcome driven, with the support of caring teachers who celebrate my children’s passions and uniqueness. Our family is closer than ever, and my children are excited to be empowered in their education.
We have students who live on farms all the way to students who live in cities. It is neat to see students of different backgrounds working together and talking about their life experiences with each other.
Isabella Ferreira who is currently starring on Hulu's "Love, Victor" is thankful for online school
Reach Cyber honors this year's graduating seniors
Students win third place in PennDOT Innovations Challenge State Championship
Because Reach Cyber courses are offered throughout the year—during the fall, spring, and summer sessions—our online high school provides school students in Pennsylvania three flexible learning pacing options to meet state education standards and graduate at their own pace.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001 ensures educational rights and protections for children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness by removing barriers to school enrollment and daily participation in school activities. Under this act, various living situations may be considered homelessness and may qualify the child, youth, or family for certain services. To learn more about services in Pennsylvania, visit the Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness (ECYEH) Program website. If you need assistance, you can also contact the Reach Cyber Charter School homelessness liaison, Kayla Lingle, 717-219-7548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.