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King's College hosts PA Cyber students

Jun 21, 2019

Pictured seated, from left to right, is Alex Goy, Alyssa Villavicencio, and Edward Cornelius. Pictured, standing, from left to right, is Alex Romanuski, Andrew Romanuski, Marcus Villavicencio, and Isaac Romanuski.

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June 20, 2019—The King's College Engineering Department recently hosted seven high school students from The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (PA Cyber).

The students attended various hands-on sessions where they were able to learn about multiple facets of engineering, including, Civil Engineering; Engineering and Public Policy; and Mechanical Engineering. Students who participated in the two-day learning experience are hoping to explore a career in engineering.

Founded in 2000, PA Cyber is an online, tuition-free public charter school serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade. PA Cyber's online learning environments, personalized instructional methods, and choices of curricula connect Pennsylvania students and their families with state-certified teachers, and rich academic content that is aligned to state standards.

Pictured seated, from left to right, is Alex Goy, Alyssa Villavicencio, and Edward Cornelius. Pictured, standing, from left to right, is Alex Romanuski, Andrew Romanuski, Marcus Villavicencio, and Isaac Romanuski.

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Casie Colalella / casie.colalella@pacyber.org

About PA Cyber

Serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade, the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (PA Cyber) is one of the largest, most experienced, and most successful online public schools in the nation. PA Cyber's online learning environments, personalized instructional methods, and choices of curricula connect Pennsylvania students and their families with state-certified and highly-qualified teachers, and rich academic content that is aligned to state standards. Founded in 2000, PA Cyber is headquartered in Midland (Beaver County) and maintains a network of support offices throughout the state. As a public school, PA Cyber is open for enrollment by any school-age child residing in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and does not charge tuition to students or families.