The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School is set to reopen its Harrisburg office later this year after moving the office to a larger facility.
The Beaver County K-12 online school maintains a network of nine offices around the state that act as hubs for enrollment, orientation and year-round enrichment activities.
PA Cyber is currently moving its offices in Erie, Greensburg, Harrisburg and Philadelphia to new, larger buildings within their same metropolitan areas, the school wrote in a press release this week.
The moves are expected to enhance visibility and accessibility for the school’s students and families.
PA Cyber’s new 14,000-square-foot Harrisburg office is expected to open in November or December of this year at 3721 TecPort Drive, Suite 102. It has been operating in the capital for 15 years.
“We want to provide the best facilities that we can for students and their families. I am hopeful we will have a school year filled with activities at our nine regional offices,” said Brian Hayden, CEO of PA Cyber.