At our award-winning cyber school in Columbia County, we offer a public K-12 education (tuition-free) that is based at home. We put an emphasis on supporting each individual student and providing a custom learning experience that meets their needs.
Our teachers work with parents to help children do their best in school while they’re free to pursue their creative interests. We believe in administering a well-rounded curriculum that includes the core subjects as well as the arts. Get in touch with us to find out more.
Working with K12, Inc., we administer a quality curriculum that was designed to give online students the level of flexibility that they need. In addition, if your family has more than one child attending Virtual PA, you might be able to share some courses, saving parents time and energy.
Even though the instructor isn’t physically there with the student, they are still able to build a mentoring relationship. Our teachers get to know each student one-on-one. This can be a difficult thing to do if you’re in a physical classroom surrounded by 20-some children.
PA Virtual delivers instruction via synchronous and asynchronous classes. Students can attend live classes (synchronous) or work in a self-directed environment supervised by a dedicated teacher (asynchronous).
A Safe Learning Environment
Students attend class from the comfort and convenience of their own home, at no cost to the parent.
An Educational Partnership
Our students have the support and guidance of certified teachers and principals as well as their parent/Learning Coach at home.
PA Virtual partners with K12, Inc. to deliver a rich and stimulating curriculum for all grade levels.
PA Virtual hosts numerous field trips each month across Pennsylvania, in addition to offering various student clubs and service learning opportunities.
Our school offers comprehensive services for your family including: Guidance Counselors, Family Support Coordinators, Pupil Health, and Parent Engagement services.
You might wonder how your child will be able to socialize if they attend our online school. We believe this is an important part of development,. So we offer fun monthly field trips, student clubs, and service-learning projects. Our partnerships include the Ugly Quilt Project, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients. And our student clubs include everything from art and gaming to National Honor Society and yearbook. Contact us to learn more about our Columbia County online schooling.
Every person marches to the beat of their own drum. At our cyber school in Columbia County, students are able to work at their own speed, and they don’t have to be concerned with falling behind or getting too far ahead of the rest of their class. We offer both asynchronous and synchronous learning for our students.