Originally posted in The Telegraph – August 31, 2017 Damacia Howard goes to school in her pajamas, and Rachael Dixon often does her lessons with a pet dog or cat on her lap. They’re among the thousands of K-12 students in Georgia enrolled in free, public “cyberschools,” receiving their education in the comfort of their […]
Originally aired on WSB-TV (ABC) Atlanta Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) provides Blanks family the unique opportunity to learn on the road as their daughters balance life as tennis players and full-time students.
This terminally ill boy only wants one thing for his birthday — 100,000 birthday cards. Watch video.
Originally posted in the Alpena News – August 26, 2017 My name is Sam Loveless and I am excited to be going back to school as a rising 11th grader at Michigan Virtual Charter Academy (MVCA). If it wasn’t for an online school choice, I may have never developed my writing passion. My love for writing started […]
Originally published on the Hickory Daily Record. School is back in session in North Carolina, and my son Hunter couldn’t be more excited. A couple of years ago, however, this was not the case. In fact, Hunter dreaded school. When Hunter started middle school, he turned into someone I did not recognize. He became angry […]
Online school has give WYVA students Kylo and Kazan the opportunity to travel the world with their family while simultaneously continuing their education. They have had the unique opportunity to see the world while combining their visits with the lessons they have learned in school.
Originally posted on the Austin-American Statesman. My son Baxter is a rising eighth-grader at K12 International Academy (iCademy). Baxter has nonverbal autism, which effects his body, mind and behaviors. He communicates via an ABC letter board and the Rapid Prompting Method. As a youngster, Baxter needed a level of full-time, sustained, one-on-one support with the […]
News9.com For some students, traditional class just doesn’t work and “back to school” means something very different. Instead of lining up, they’re logging on. At 17 years old, Bria Cornforth is one of the youngest members on team USA’s competitive kayaking team and a rising start on the world stage. “When I was 12 years old,” Cornforth says, “I started training with more of, like, the college kids […]
Originally published on the Gillete News Record. Editor: My name is Grace Belize Anderson, and I’m excited to be starting my senior year at Wyoming Virtual Academy (WYVA). I’ve attended virtual school my whole life, and it’s an environment in which I have thrived – in fact, when I started high school, my parents gave […]
Originally published on the Casper Star Tribune. Editor: My name is Grace Belize Anderson, and I’m excited to be starting my senior year at Wyoming Virtual Academy (WYVA). I’ve attended virtual school my whole life, and it’s an environment in which I have thrived – in fact, when I started high school, my parents gave […]