As school districts and special interest groups push the narrative that public cyber charter schools are a financial drain on school districts, the below information is intended to provide Pennsylvania taxpayers with fact-based information about public cyber charter schools, including how they operate, how they are funded, and why an increasing number of families are choosing them for their child’s education.

School district leaders, special interest groups, and many elected officials are focused on eliminating public cyber charter schools and forcing students and families to attend school district-run schools.

Public cyber charter schools serve as a lifeline for tens of thousands of students across Pennsylvania who want nothing more than to receive a high-quality education. Public cyber charter schools have a place in Pennsylvania’s public education system and families must retain the right to send their children to the school that best serves them and meets their needs.

Fortunately, with more than 20 years of experience in providing an online education; having well-prepared teachers; developing an in-house, proprietary learning management system; and having fully accessible course content for ALL students, CCA is well-suited and well-prepared to provide high-quality educational programs and services and extracurricular activities to students and families without disruption.