Enrollment Documents

These documents will be available beginning March 2, 2020. Check back then for updates.

For New Students looking to enroll for the 2020 – 2021 school year, the following documents are required during the enrollment process:

  1. Student/Parent Policy Acknowledgement for the following policies:
    1. Entrance Agreement
    2. NCCA Honor Code
    3. NCCA Tech Acceptable Use Guidelines
    4. NCCA Student Handbook
    5. NCCA School Compact
  2. North Carolina Health Form

For current NCCA students looking to return for the 2020 – 2021 term must complete the following documents:

  1. Student/Parent Policy Acknowledgement for the following policies:
    1. Entrance Agreement
    2. NCCA Honor Code
    3. NCCA Tech Acceptable Use Guidelines
    4. NCCA Student Handbook
    5. NCCA School Compact

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North Carolina Cyber Academy – NCCA (formerly North Carolina Connections Academy), one of two statewide virtual charter schools in North Carolina, is still accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. Enrollment is limited, but slots are still available.

NCCA follows the standard North Carolina approved curriculum and is approved by the State Board of Education. What sets us apart from other schools is our ability to provide a personalized, quality education that meets the needs of families seeking alternatives to traditional brick and mortar environments.

Students at NCCA receive laptop computers, pre-loaded with all the necessary software.

The top 10 reasons families choose NCCA:

  1. Need more flexibility than a traditional school environment
  2. Have been a victim of bullying
  3. Need to learn at a faster or slower pace
  4. Enjoy family involvement in curriculum and student progress
  5. Haven’t fit in at traditional schools
  6. Participate in professional sports
  7. Have careers in the arts that require extensive travel
  8. Want a customizable learning experience
  9. Looking for a wide range of advanced learning options
  10. Seeking social opportunities outside the virtual experience
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What our families have to say:

My kids started in January 2019 for the last semester and they loved it. The teachers were amazing and very helpful. Now my youngest will be in 7th grade and my oldest in her senior year. NCCA made the transition from public to home school a breeze and very easy. Our best decision yet.
– H. Sena

I love that my kids are taught by caring teachers. My children no longer face bullying. The education is top notch. My son turned in the best grades of his life.

– C. Lee