After 25 years as a public school educator and administrator throughout central Pennsylvania, Dr. Flurie serves CCA families by combining the best elements of traditional public education with the flexibility inherent in public cyber education.
Dr. Flurie came to CCA as assistant CEO in 2009 and was named CEO of Commonwealth Charter Academy in 2011. In this role, he leads a team of CCA employees that includes 500 professionals, who serve more than 9,000 students in grades K-12 across Pennsylvania.
He previously served as assistant to the superintendent at Lower Dauphin School District and as a building-level administrator and teacher at secondary schools throughout the region.
He also shares his expertise as an adjunct instructor at Wilkes University, teaching graduate courses in educational law, current issues in education, school finance and educational psychology.
Dr. Flurie received a bachelor's degree from Lock Haven University and a master’s degree from Tennessee Technological University. He received a master’s degree and superintendent letter of eligibility from Shippensburg University. He also received a doctoral degree from Duquesne University.
When he is not in his Harrisburg office, Dr. Flurie enjoys sailing, biking, hunting and fishing. He is married with two adult children.