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Adams, Cumberland, Franklin and Fulton County High School Students Graduate from Reach Cyber Charter School

 Credits to Reach Cyber Charter School

Thirty-four graduates from Adams, Cumberland, Franklin and Fulton counties were celebrated by friends, family and faculty this month as members of Reach Cyber Charter School’s Class of 2024. They were among the 739 high school seniors honored at the statewide STEM-focused cyber school’s in person commencement ceremony at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pa.

“On behalf of the entire staff and faculty of Reach Cyber, I’d like to give a warm congratulations to the Reach Cyber Class of 2024! We are immensely proud of all their accomplishments,” said Jane Swan, Reach Cyber Charter School CEO. “With the strong foundation this group of students has built during their time at Reach Cyber, I am confident that they are prepared to take on the next great adventure in their lives – whether that’s college, a job, military service, or other opportunities. We can’t wait to see all the incredible things they will do and the impact they will have in their communities and beyond.”

The students in the Class of 2024 have diverse backgrounds, educational histories, and talents, and all chose a cyber charter education to fit their unique interests, needs and abilities. Reach Cyber’s personalized and flexible learning environment, designed specifically for a virtual setting, offers students  the opportunity to learn at their own pace, pursue their passions, or receive additional support that may not be available to them at their local brick-and-mortar schools.

In total, the Class of 2024 earned more than $1 million in scholarships toward their higher education pursuits. Fifty-five percent of the graduates plan to continue their education at a 2-year or 4-year college, 28% have plans to enter the workforce, 5% will go on to vocational training, 2% are entering a branch of the military, and 10% are taking a gap year or pursuing other endeavors post grad.

Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2024 graduates from Adams County:

·         Jessica Beck

·         Kevin Eason

·         Zoey Edmondson

·         Alyssa Hurst

·         Brianna Kemmerzell

·         Abigayle Morris               

·         Olivia Singer

Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2024 graduates from Cumberland County:

·         Jonas Bracero

·         Patrick Carlson

·         Kaydynce Cole

·         Tyler Conley

·         Savannah Gonzales

·         Stefan Hurt

·         Karah Kitts

·         Reece Maxwell

·         Dominic Michelone

·         Natalie Naran

·         Jaeden Rhone

·         Andrew Schulte

·         Joseph Sharp

·         Kailee Snead

·         Kadin Stailey

·         Saige Wagner

·         Marissa Waters

·         Ulysses Wilson

Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2024 graduates from Franklin County:

·         Jessica Goss

·         Stephen Lane

·         Kaitlynn Lippincott

·         Hunter Mayberry

·         Kiley Milesky

·         Benjamin Pogue

·         Devin Thompson

·         Michaela Whitney

Reach Cyber Charter School Class of 2024 graduate from Fulton County:

·         Haley Seville

The Class of 2024 is the sixth class to graduate from Reach Cyber Charter School, which opened in 2016. Additionally, 20 graduates were inducted into the Founders Club, honoring those students who attended Reach Cyber for the school’s full eight years of operation.

Since opening in 2016, Reach Cyber has grown to support nearly 7,000 students in grades K-12 through Pennsylvania. Reach Cyber provides a high-quality curriculum infused with STEM learning and one-of-a-kind career exploration and development opportunities for students in all grade levels. To learn more, please visit ReachCyber.org.

REACH CYBER CHARTER SCHOOL
Reach Cyber Charter School is a STEM-focused online public charter school for K-12 students in Pennsylvania. Reach Cyber provides students with a high-quality curriculum infused with STEM learning designed specifically for a virtual learning environment. At Reach Cyber, students have a dedicated and expansive support system of teachers, counselors, and family mentors to help them reach their potential. Reach Cyber allows students to personalize their education, offering traditional, accelerated, and yearlong pacing options that support students’ individualized needs. Stay up-to-date with Reach Cyber on FacebookTwitterInstagramLinkedIn and YouTube. For more information, call 717-704-8437 or visit www.ReachCyber.org.

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