How It Works
Florida Cyber Charter Academy uses online curriculum and services provided by K12. Learning can happen at home, on the road, or wherever an Internet connection can be found. While attendance, teacher interaction, and daily lessons are conducted online, our lessons use physical materials and offline tools as well.
For high school, FLCCA uses the K12 high school program. Whether targeting a top-tier, 4—year university, a local community college, or an immediate career, FLCCA prepares students to maximize their post-high school success through K12 high school.
Certified Teachers, Superior Teaching Tools
At Florida Charter Cyber Academy, all students interact with one or more licensed teachers (depending on the grade level) and communicate regularly with their teachers through e-mail, telephone, and online meetings. Each FLCCA family receives boxes of materials, including a wide array of textbooks, CDs, videos, and other hands-on tools and resources. These materials complement the interactive online elements of our program, ensuring that students receive instruction using the best method for each subject matter.
Extensive School Support System
FLCCA also provides an extensive support system to both parents and students. In grades K—8, working closely with the teacher, the parent (or other responsible adult) serves as a "learning coach" to the child, helping to facilitate his or her progress during school hours. At the high school level the adult is less involved, as students work at more of a collective pace with a class of students in conjunction with the teacher. Each teacher is state certified and trained in his or her specific subject area. In addition, monthly networking opportunities are provided through various events and outings, enabling the entire school community to keep in close contact.
Individualized Learning, Public School Accountability
In addition to providing individualized learning, as an online public school, FLCCA provides the structure, administrative support, oversight, accountability, and state testing required of all public schools.