PA Distance Learning Charter School

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PA Distance Learning Charter School is a home based, online charter school that serves students from Kindergarten through 12th grade across the state of Pennsylvania. Our goal is to deliver outstanding academic opportunities whether our students need a safe-haven, Special Education services, or simply more encouragement from teachers. Chartered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, our relationship centered learning is a match and the reason we are known for doing cyber school differently.

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