Haverford School District forms partnership for blended cyber school

    The Haverford School District decided to get proactive when it noticed more and more students leaving for cyber schools.

    So it’s partnered with Brandywine Virtual Academy to serve students looking for flexible curriculum and an interactive school environment. Brandywine was formed by Chester County Intermediate Unit and 21st Century Cyber Charter School.
    Students at Brandywine can now earn a Haverford degree, the Main Line Times reports. Students enrolled in the program can choose to take some or all their courses online and use the district school for activities and sports.

    Feed the Feed: The district presents this program as a win-win, but as a parent, student or educator, what are your thoughts on how cyber programs might or might not be effective?


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