Why choose ESACA?
The East Stroudsburg Area Cyber Academy provides access to an online, collaborative and self-paced learning environment that:
- Provides challenging learning opportunities in all academic areas
- Facilitates 21st-century skills
- Offers course instruction by ESASD Pennsylvania Certified Teachers
- Offers guidance services by ESASD Guidance Counselors
Students will be able to combine these skills with the effective use of technology to succeed in current and future jobs. Directing one’s own learning path is not only valuable but essential, in the 21st century.
Why choose the ESACA?
The ESACA provides many benefits that other distant cyber schools cannot. Many students choose ESACA for the following reasons:
- All of the East Stroudsburg Area School District resources are at your disposal.
- Your child can participate in any of the ESASD after school activities, clubs, and sports.
- We offer over 65 different courses online.
- Your child can quickly and easily transfer from or back to their brick-and-mortar school.
- We provide the computer. No books are needed.
- Complete flexibility in when and where your child wants to learn.
- ESASD School Performance Score continues to far exceed scores of all cyber charter schools.
- Internet reimbursement is available.
- ESACA students are eligible to attend Monroe County Technical Institute.
- ESACA students earn an ESASD diploma!
- Students are required to log into ESACA each day, or they will be marked absent.
- Students are required to follow all district policies and regulations according to the district handbook.
- Students entering ESACA after the start of the semester are required to complete all missed work before the end of the semester.
"Online Public School Founder Admits to $8M in Tax Fraud The founder and former CEO of an online public school that educates thousands of Pennsylvania students pleaded guilty Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 to federal tax fraud, acknowledging he siphoned more than $8 million from The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School through for-profit and nonprofit companies he controlled."