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The Cyber Academy of South Carolina provides personalized learning solutions so students can find the path that supports their goals.

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A photo of Angel, CASC student and karate champ, with her medals.

This student is also a four-time national karate champ thanks to the flexibility that Cyber Academy of South Carolina offers.

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Have you considered online school for your student? The tuition-free Cyber Academy of South Carolina (CASC) gives virtual students an alternative way to learn while providing opportunities to participate in competitions and activities — and celebrate the milestones many teens look forward to.

Meet Angel, a four-time national champion in karate and a student at CASC. This year, Angel made the US National Team. CASC has allowed her to pursue her passion for karate thanks to the flexibility and ability to learn at her own pace.

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