At Innovation Career Academy, we believe every student has a unique learning style and different educational needs.
We are able to personalize learning plans for our students, to help them develop their own goals, talents, and interests, and overcome any unique challenges and obstacles in their way. Students thrive in our flexible and supportive online learning environment while developing critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and social skills.
- Come from every school district in PA;
- Can take AP and Honors courses;
- Can earn Microsoft® IT Certifications;
- Work at their own pace; and
- Participate actively in their education.
Students come to Achievement House for a variety of reasons. Some seek an environment that is safer than their local school. Some need more challenging courses or a personalized special education. Some are pursuing an interest in the arts, sports, or other endeavors that require flexible schedules. Others need a fresh start or are coping with life situations such as parenting, health concerns, or the need to work.
Needs a flexible schedule to accommodate hockey career aspirations.
“The Schedule is very, very flexible. For Instance, the other day I finished all my school work early, and I was able to do that if I attended a brick-and-mortar school.”
Needs safe environment due to severe food allergies and bullying.
“She was bullied by their complete insensitivity to her condition. Fortunately, we had an option to enroll her in Achievement House Cyber Charter School in seventh grade. It has given her a sense of security to allow her to focus on her school work and herself and be successful.”
Needs the challenge of Honors courses as an independent learner.
“I always did well in school, but the opportunities I have had at Achievement House would not be offered to me at my old school. I also know my old school would not be the best learning environment for me. I am better on my own without any distractions.”
Needs one-on-one support to accommodate special education needs
“Darihus had been struggling and struggling. He is not wired to sit down and listen and learn. He’s very, very bright, but he learns differently.”