Three Flexible Cyber High School Graduation Pacing Options

Reach Cyber Charter School (Reach Cyber) students enjoy the flexibility of three flexible pacing options for high school graduation.

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Typical Number of Courses (Credits) Taken During Each Term

Graduation Pacing Options Summer Fall Spring Total Number of Courses (Credits)
Traditional Pace (K-12) 
Students take a full course load in the fall and spring sessions.

This option is available to students at all grade levels.
0 (0 credits) 6 (3 credits) 6 (3 credits) 12 (6 credits)
Year Round Pace (K-12)
Students take fewer courses than a typical course load in the fall and spring sessions, but also attend the summer session.

This option became available in July 2017, as part of the 2017-2018 school year. It is available to students at all grade levels.
  4 (2 credits)   4 (2 credits)   4 (2 credits) 12 (6 credits)
Accelerated Pace (9-12)
Students attend summer, fall, and spring sessions full-time, enabling them to graduate early.

This option is available to students at the high school level.
2 – 4 (1 – 2 credits) 6 (3 credits) 6 (3 credits) 14 – 16 courses (7 – 8 credits)

Because our cyber high school graduation pacing options are so flexible, Reach Cyber is ideal for students who:

  • Want a rigorous academic curriculum to prepare for college
  • Desire a broad selection of electives, Honors, and Advanced Placement®* courses
  • Wish to graduate early—or take a higher-than-usual number of credits per year
  • Require additional time during the fall and spring for competitive sports, performing arts, or other personal interests
  • Need a nontraditional schedule to accommodate travel, family obligations, work schedules, or health concerns
  • Appreciate the ability to learn from home or other locations outside a classroom
  • Would benefit from working at their own pace with more one-on-one attention

* AP® and Advanced Placement® are registered trademarks of the College Board. Used with permission.