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Commonwealth Charter Academy 11th-grader Christian Lurch earned his silver Olympian pin from USA Archery.

CCA student aims for success with national archery competitions

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 03.22.17

Christian Lurch, an 11th-grader at CCA, calls archery competitions his "happy place" — and plans to turn his passion into a career.

CCA sophomore Quran Hernandez won an honorable mention in the mixed media category of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for this

CCA students unlock creativity with Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 03.15.17

Commonwealth Charter Academy has been a regional affiliate sponsor since 2010. This year, 780 awards were given to students in eight counties.

CCA keeps the arts alive through statewide community theater partnerships

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 03.08.17

CCA's connections to theaters across the state allow students to pursue hands-on creative learning.

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CCA students make prosthetic finger for CCA parent

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 03.01.17

Commonwealth Charter Academy (CCA) students in February used creative design and a 3-D printer to create a prosthetic finger as part of a STEM workshop aimed at finding a solution for a real-world problem.

CCA announces winners of inaugural OsCCAr awards

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 02.27.17

CCA students voted for their favorite Arts & Humanities Conservatory, STEM Conservatory and field trip for the first OsCCAr awards.

CCA holds inaugural Science National Honor Society induction ceremony

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 02.22.17

Nineteen Commonwealth Charter Academy students joined the nation's premier Science Honor Society in pursuit of expanded STEM education.

Some CCA teachers are helping students tell the difference between

Spotting fake news: CCA students learn to sort fact from fiction

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 02.15.17

Do you know how to tell "fake news" from real news? Some CCA teachers are helping students work out the facts for themselves.

Commonwealth Charter Academy high school French teacher Stephan Bihoreau recently spoke to students about  his family’s two adopted Siberian huskies that were rescues from Tails of the Tundra, a Horsham-based nonprofit.

CCA teacher helps find homes for abandoned Siberian huskies

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 02.08.17

CCA French teacher Stephan Bihoreau volunteers with a nonprofit to place neglected Siberian huskies in loving homes to demonstrate 'Climate of Caring.'

Harrisburg University offers a full-tuition scholarship for CCA students with a 2.7 or higher GPA enrolling full time in a degree program.

Harrisburg University offers scholarship opportunities to CCA students

By Commonwealth Charter Academy / 02.01.17

Full-tuition scholarships to Harrisburg University are available to CCA students across Pennsylvania.

How to manage your children's new electronic devices and keep them safe

By Natasha Shane / 01.25.17

Read our latest blog post for tips on how to keep your children safe as they learn.

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