<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=280995018926808&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1">

PA Virtual School Newsroom

Blog Feature

About Cyber Education  |  Did You Know?

Myth Busting Cyber Charter Schools: Part 3

  What is a SPP score? Why do cyber charter schools have lower SPP scores than traditional brick and mortar schools? No cyber charter school in the state has a School Performance Profile score of 70 – but that does not mean it is not achievable.

Read More

Blog Feature

In the Community

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day around PA

Across the state, Pennsylvania sure knows how to celebrate the luck of the Irish each March. Here is a quick look at parades and activities families in each city can enjoy: Right in our capital, the Capital Region Association of Irish and Celts host a handful of events between March 11 – 19 to celebrate the Irish in everyone! Proceeds from their events and fundraisers go towards a scholarship fund for local students, but you don’t have to be Irish to apply.

Read More

Subscribe to the PA Virtual Blog

Stay on top of your child's education with the latest industry news and events. Fill out the form for updates directly to your inbox.

Blog Feature

Did You Know?

Cyber School & Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning about these five women who have had significant impacts on the landscape of the educational and STEM fields. Many of the advances in modern science and technology we have today would not be possible without the work of Marie Curie. Marie is one of the most frequently studied and well-known pioneers in science and education. Born in 1867, Marie had to overcome the obstacles continually placed in her way simply because she was a woman and became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in two subject areas – Physics and Chemistry. Her research advanced the field of radioactivity, X-ray equipment, and modern medicine.

Read More

Blog Feature

About Cyber Education  |  Insider Perspectives

Why I Chose PA Virtual: The Wert Family

Philadelphia, PA In the United States alone, roughly 2.7 million young women participate in Girl Scouts and cookie season officially kicked off in January! Last year, Caitlin Wert, now in 10th grade, received the Silver Award from the Girl Scouts of Eastern PA for her efforts in educating her female peers on a range of important matters. Through lessons learned in cyber education, Caitlin was able to confidently and accurately teach these lessons. “Through sessions offered by the Guidance Department at PA Virtual, I have become educated on important topics such as bullying, self-esteem and respect. I incorporated some of what I learned into my "Girl Power" program, especially during the session I held on anti-bullying.”

Read More