The Agora Cyber Charter School is Pennsylvania's newest and most exciting public cyber school in the state. The Agora Cyber Charter School is partnered with K12 Inc. - a leading provider of leading provider of high quality curriculum and academic services to schools across the country.
Agora Cyber Charter School stands out from other cyber schools because it is Pennsylvania's first and only school certified by K12 Inc. As a K12-certified school, Agora Cyber Charter School's teachers, students and parents will have access to not only the complete K12 learning program, but also to K12's team of education, curriculum, and school management experts.
Led by Chief Learning Officer, Dr. Bror Saxberg, K12's education team is continuously building and improving the curriculum, designing new ways to implement the program, and developing best practices to enhance the learning environment for all students.
The Agora Cyber Charter School will work in close partnership with Dr. Saxberg and the full K12 team to implement K12's best practices, giving parents confidence that this school will have the strongest commitment to rigorous academics, a focus on student achievement, building a family-friendly school environment, and providing families with the highest quality education programs and support structure.
The Agora Cyber Charter School is a full-time public school program offering grades K - 10. Students from across the state are eligible to enroll in the school. As with all public schools in the state, there is no cost for parents to enroll their children in the school. The school is governed by an independent, non-profit Board of Directors.
Agora students work from home with the assistance of a parent or other responsible adult. Parents are active participants in their child's education, guiding them through lessons as needed, and developing a close working relationship with their child's teacher.
Students who enroll in Agora receive a computer system on loan from the school, access to the K12 Online School (OLS), lessons, assessments, books, materials, planning and progress tools, Internet reimbursement, access to the school community, and much more. – less–ZoomInfo