Enrollment Procedure


    • Student must complete the online "Am I a Good Candidate for Online Learning Survey"-  Take Survey

    •Student and parent/guardian must complete online application for Roller Cyber Academy. In the case of IEP students, an IEP team meeting must be held to discuss the best placement for the student prior to application submission.  
    **You MUST be currently enrolled in Steelton-Highspire School District, if you are not enrolled please contact Pupil Services at the Elementary School to enroll FIRST!
    • The Program Administrator will accept/reject the application and notify parent/guardian and student.

    • The cyber administrator or designee will meet with the student and his/her parent/guardian for an orientation meeting to discuss program eligibility requirements, expectations, 4 week probationary period, and Jr./Sr. week long orientation. 

    • The student will initially be enrolled in a probationary period of 4 weeks.  Middle and High School students need to complete a week long orientation in the Cyber classroom to continue in the program.  Elementary students must complete online orientation course to continue in the cyber program.

    Failure to successfully complete the probationary period will result in the student being withdrawn from the Full Time Cyber Program and returned to his/her school building



    Rules and Requirements


    1. The student is required to adhere to all of the Steelton-Highspire School District policies as set forth in the Student Handbook. 

    2. Academic progress must be maintained. Full time cyber students must adhere to grading expectations as set out by the cyber teachers.  Students must stay on pace in their courses.  Failure to do so will result in removal from the cyber program. Student’s “current progress” should match, or exceed, his/her “expected progress”.

    3. Students and families must be in periodic communication with the cyber coordinator, Mr. Mathers, via phone, email, or face-to-face communication.

      4. The initial month (5 weeks) for a student enrolled in the district’s cyber school program is a probationary period. If, after this initial 5 week period, a student’s progress is greater than 5% behind the student’s expected progress, the student’s cyber privileges will be terminated and a subsequent return to the building for the remainder of the school year will follow.


    1. Voluntary enrollment/withdraw from the district’s cyber school program is only permitted at the conclusion and beginning of each semester. Students are not permitted to join or leave the Steelton-Highspire School District’s cyber school during the course of a semester.

    Violation of any of the rules and requirements of the Full Time Cyber Program may result in the immediate withdrawal of the student from the program. Removal from the program is at the discretion of the Steelton-Highspire School District’s cyber school team. 


                                     2016-17 Cyber Handbook