Notices and Policies

Board Policies & Meeting Minutes

Agora uses BoardDocs to post all Board meeting agendas and minutes and all board-approved policies.

To view Board Policies, please use the link below and then select Policies in the upper righthand corner.

policies photo

Comprehensive Plan 2022-2025

Agora Cyber Charter School is pleased to present our proposed 2022-2025 comprehensive plan, including our 2022-2023 school improvement goals and action items. This plan will be available for public review until June 22, 2025. Should you have questions or wish to comment on the plan, please contact Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Anne Butler, at

Agora Comp Plan 5.25.22 Public.pdf

Title I

Agora Cyber Charter School provides Title I supplemental support as a school-wide program. Our mission is that all students will achieve academic excellence and reach extraordinary heights! View our policies concerning our commitment to parent involvement and educating all students.

McKinney Vento Act- Homeless Support

Comprehensive Support and Improvement Letter 2023-2024

Forecast & Preliminary 22-23 Budget

School Improvement Plan

The School Improvement Plan (SIP) is Agora’s “road map” for school improvement. Our SIP is approved each year by Agora’s board of trustees.

Act 158 Graduation Requirements

Agora Health and Safety Plan_Revised 2.5.24


Pennsylvania statute requires that school entities are to establish threat assessment teams, procedures, and reporting protocols.   The threat assessment process is a prevention strategy used to identify and assess threats of violence before the act occurs.  This year our school will be using a standard procedure for responding to student threats of violence called “threat assessment.”  Our threat assessment guidelines were developed and extensively tested and have been adopted by thousands of schools across the country.  The basic idea is that when a student communicates a threat to harm someone, the threat assessment team will do an assessment to determine how serious the threat is and what can be done to prevent the threat from being carried out.  Research has shown that the vast majority of threats can be resolved safely and without drastic consequences such as school expulsion.  In most cases, threats are a sign that a student is frustrated, angry, and in need of help resolving a problem.  A goal of threat assessment is to address this underlying problem.


Annual Notice of Special Education Services and Programs 2023-2024

Special Education Change of Age of Eligibility Penn Link_August_30_2023

Age of Eligibility Policy Notification Letter English and Spanish

Graduate Profile





Right to Know

Open Record Requests
Right-to-Know requests may be sent to the attention of James Donovan, Director of Finance, via email at, or by mailing a request to our offices at 1018 W. 8th Ave., King of Prussia, PA 19406.

Grant Content ARP ESSER

ARP-HCY Homeless Grant