How It Works

How Online High School Works

Who can attend?

The Florida Cyber Charter Academy (FLCCA) high school program serves students in grades 9–12 who reside in the state of Florida.

What are the costs?

Because FLCCA is a public charter school program, it’s tuition-free. FLCCA provides Florida-certified teachers and all instructional materials for the program. However, students and families will be responsible for providing some consumable materials (such as printer ink and paper). FLCCA does not provide loaner computers and families must have their own working computer and access to high-speed internet to participate in online school.

Teachers provide individual and small group assistance via online synchronous sessions called “Class Connects.” Students are expected to attend all required Class Connects and meet with their teacher to receive course assistance, tutoring, and instruction. Students in grades 9–12 work more directly with teachers, but parent/Learning Coach involvement is essential for approximately 10 hours a week.

Expectations for Completing Schoolwork

At FLCCA, student learning and academic growth are paramount. While we offer a level of flexibility, we recognize the importance of classroom pacing and the need for students to complete their work based on set due dates.

FLCCA high school uses a semester-based approach where students are required to earn a passing grade on their assignments and online lessons. Due dates are assigned to lessons to encourage consistent, steady progress for academic success.

Attending teacher-led, direct-instruction, online synchronous Class Connect sessions, along with completing coursework, will help students be successful

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Email is the primary form of communication between the school and families. Learning Coaches and students are required to check and respond to emails on a daily basis.

FLCCA students must comply with all Florida-mandated testing requirements.