Commonwealth Charter Academy (CCA) makes it easy to enroll your child in our PA public cyber school. All you need to get started with enrollment is an email address or mobile phone number. This information remains private, and CCA values you and your child’s privacy. It is free to enroll for all Pennsylvania families.
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1. Create an account. Enter your email address or mobile phone number to create an account. You do not need to enter or remember a password. You will then be sent a secure link to start your application, which will expire in 30 minutes.
2. Complete the enrollment application. The Commonwealth Charter Academy enrollment application is the first step in enrolling your child in our cyber school. The form takes about 15 minutes to complete and is split into four easy steps. The application will collect information about the following:
You can save and close the application at any time. Upon submission of the application, the CCA team will review it and reach out to you to complete the next step.
3. Submit required documents. You will need to fill out and submit required documents upon request. You can download the necessary documentation here.
4. Attend a Great Start Orientation Session. Great Start Orientation Sessions provide new CCA families a comprehensive overview of parent, student and staff responsibilities. You will receive a laptop and learning management system login info at this session.
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we get about enrolling in our cyber school.
What makes CCA different?
CCA is a family service organization with expertise in education. Families partner with CCA to meet their children's unique needs. CCA works with parents to develop a personalized plan that meets those needs based on a conversation with the whole family.
Can I enroll more than one student at CCA?
Yes, enrollment is open to any student in your household in grades K-12. Enrollment is open to all Pennsylvania residents.
Why does CCA need immunization and academic records for enrollment?
As a public school in Pennsylvania, CCA must comply with the same regulations as any other public school.
When should I withdraw my student from his or her current school?
Students should not be withdrawn from their current school until they are enrolled in CCA. When the enrollment process is complete, CCA will notify the student’s district of the change.
If your question wasn’t answered above, please go to our Enrollment FAQs page.