As with all disabilities, the student would need to provide all documentation in regard to the nature of the disability and the learning
plan (IEP or 504 Plan) from the student's previous school for evaluation. After reviewing, our administrative leadership, academic, and
support teams will determine to what extent we are able to provide accommodations. While we do not offer ESE or ESL courses, our teachers
are able to provide individualized attention, remediation, acceleration, and support during flex blocks built into our schedule.
If books or supplies are needed, these items will be included in tuition. Most resources will be provided digitally.
We will be happy to accommodate.
We are a completely online virtual high school, which is incorporated in TX. We are powered by MyComputerCareer, which is an adult technical
college with campuses in multiple states.
"For best performance and accessibility of Cyber Tech High School resources and classrooms, the following technology requirements must be met: A laptop or desktop computer with a 15” screen minimum.
It is recommended to use a computer that is five years old or newer, has a dual-core 2Ghz or higher ( Intel i3, i5, i7, or AMD equivalent), and has at least 4GB of RAM. Students must have access to a minimum Internet speed of 4.0Mbps."
No, students must provide their own computer and equipment meeting our technical requirements.
Please refer to our tuition page here. A portion of your tuition goes to support Helping Heroes, a 501©3 non-profit charitable organization dedicated to supporting the needs of first responders and military veterans.
We do not offer grants or scholarships at this time, but families are welcome to pursue these on their own. We do offer payment plans and
discounts available. Please refer here to check out our payment plans and discounts. A
portion of your tuition goes to support Helping Heroes, a 501©3 non-profit charitable organization dedicated to supporting the needs
of first responders and military veterans.
We begin on August 30th. Please refer to our school calendar here.
Yes, we are open to enrollment at any time.
The state of Texas follows the 90% rule.
We will be expanding our curriculum once we complete our national accreditation process with Cognia.
Yes, students can transfer in. Right now we are only enrolling 9th and 10th grade students.
"We are powered by MyComputerCareer, which is a career and technical school for adults, accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET).
Cyber Tech High School (CTHS) is not accredited by ACCET, but rather is seeking candidacy for national accreditation by Cognia. We are also currently members of Cognia.
Our accreditation with Cognia will apply retroactively to the start of the 2021-22 school year once attained. "
While we do not have honors or AP courses at this time, we do provide opportunities for acceleration through individulized time with our teachers (during flex blocks).
We are a private school.
Yes, please refer to our payment plans here.
Yes, we are based out of Texas, however, we are a completely virtual high school. We are powered by MyComputerCareer, a career and technical school for adults, which has physical campuses across multiple states.
Students will receive diplomas from the state of Texas.
We are seeking national accreditation through Cognia, and our diploma will comply with the standards for the State of Texas.
Yes. Cameras and microphones are required during live, synchronous instruction.
Our Student/Parent Handbook details all of our school and classroom policies.
Yes, we will be offering clubs, virtual field trips, guest speakers, workshops, mentoring, extracurricular activities, career exploration, and volunteer opportunities.
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