Title I is a federally-funded educational program. It is designed to improve the academic achievement of students at risk for failure in Reading and/or Math. Title I funds must be used to coordinate, and supplement services otherwise required for students [...]
PALCS’ teachers say that they get to know their students better in this online learning environment than they did in their previous brick and mortar experience. Teachers can communicate through email, school mail, instant messaging, voice, text, video, phone, USPS [...]
Yes. Our academic program is a paced program providing an opportunity for a student to work ahead, participate in enrichment activities or work at a pace that meets his / her current academic standing or needs. PALCS has a full [...]
For many special ed students, PALCS is the ideal school. For one thing, all our teachers have training to give personal programs of instruction for every child. This wholly prepares them for students with IEPs . PALCS has a special [...]
PALCS attempts to accommodate any reasonable request from parents. For example, parents who do not believe in teaching music may opt their child out of any music courses. However, you cannot replace core courses, such as Kindergarten reading, for example. [...]
Pennsylvania does not allow students to enroll in two full-time schools at the same time. This includes public, private, home, or charter schools. Students who enroll in PALCS are full-time students of PALCS and meet all PA state standards [...]
PALCS offers virtually any course that a student might want to take in a public high school. This includes multiple electives, honors and AP courses. Please visit our curriculum page for full details.