Graduation is a celebration of academic accomplishments and determination. Achievement House Cyber Charter School’s Graduation Commencement will take place on Saturday, June 17, 2023, at West Chester University to reflect on each graduate’s journey and to recognize their achievements.
Graduating Senior, Cole McCafferty has experienced numerous trials and tribulations during his High School years, but he is proud of his academic accomplishments and excited for the next chapter in his life. Cole’s future endeavors involve attending Kings College and majoring in Political Science. Ultimately, he would like to obtain a master’s degree from Temple Law and then pass the Bar Exam by age 25.
He stated, “My dream is to become a Criminal Defense Attorney. That is the ultimate goal I have my sights on.”
Cole has enjoyed being a cyber student at AHCCS and expressed that he has always felt supported by his teachers including his Science teachers, Mr. Heme and Mr. Williamson.
He said, “My teachers have always been very involved and so helpful. I am really thankful.”
Cole acknowledges that his cyber education has helped him excel academically and personally. It has provided the motivation for him to continue to be on top of his academics. He always held himself accountable by logging into class on time, completing his work, and studying. Cole believes it is important for all AHCCS students to be responsible and dedicated to their coursework, even from the comfort of their home.
As a result of his hard work and dedication, Cole has been an Honor Roll student every semester at AHCCS which has helped build his self-confidence. He takes tremendous pride in his academic successes and how far he has come to overcome life challenges. His High School years were very important to him, and Cole went above and beyond to be successful including working with a supportive AHCCS tutor for over two years.
Cole expressed, “I think I have grown as a person.”
He is excited to attend this year’s Graduation Commencement and celebrate his accomplishments.
Cole states, “I am looking forward to hearing my name be called, strolling across the stage in my cap and gown, and accepting my diploma.”