High School Profile

GCA High school students have a diverse program at their fingertips which includes 15 honors courses, 8 AP courses, dual enrollment with over 45 colleges and universities to choose from, and a  state-wide work-based learning program.  The graduating class of 2023 earned a total of 3,216 Dual Enrollment Credits earned with 111 graduates earned their associate degree along with their high school diploma. 

Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) is a virtual, tuition free, public charter school serving grades K-12 authorized by the State of Georgia in 2007. GCA utilizes award winning online learning programs. GCA is an AdvancED accredited charter school that provides online curriculum and education services to students in kindergarten through high school. GCA offers a competitive, individualized high school program.

Graduation Requirements

Total Credits 23
Language Arts 4
Mathematics 4
Science 4
Social Studies 3
Health & Physical Education 1
World Language/or Fine Arts/or Career Tech 3
General Electives 4

Additional requirement information may be located at

Grading Scale

A 90-100
B 80-89
C 70-79
F 0-69


  • GCA is a non-ranking school
  • Honors, AP and DE courses are given weight only in the cumulative GPA
  • Honors receive an extra half point for Cs and above
  • AP/DE receive an extra point for Cs and above

Honors Graduates

Summa Cum Laude: Graduates who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or better and have at least two units of Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment courses.

Magna Cum Laude: Graduates who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 – 3.99 and have at least two units of Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment courses

Cum Laude: Graduates who have maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.75

Valedictorian is the summa cum laude graduate who has the highest GPA

Salutatorian is the summa cum laude graduate who has the second highest GPA. 

*2nd semester senior grades are excluded from Calculations

*Honor graduate requirements have been updated for the 22-23 school year

Graduate 2023 Honors

Rigor Course Offerings

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Class of 2023 Demographics 


2023 Graduates

42% Male, 58% Female

Average GPA

Top 10%: 4.36

Top 50%: 3.76

Overall: 3.10


College Credits Earned

4-year college 39%
2-year college 14%
Workforce 12%
Military 10%
Other 34%


Associates Degrees Earned

Caucasian 40%
African American 40%
Hispanic 9%
Multi-Racial 7%
Asian or Pacific Islander 4%

Course Offerings

Georgia Cyber Academy offers a diverse curriculum designed to meet the individual needs of students who are seeking a challenging college preparatory experience. GCA’s curriculum offers prepare students for the challenges beyond high school. Course offerings are determined by State of Georgia and State Charter Schools Board of Education requirements, student selection, availability of staff, and cost effectiveness. GCA operates on a semester calendar and students earn 0.5 credits each semester.

Advanced Placement Courses

GCA offers the 8 AP courses listed below. Qualifying students have an opportunity to take additional pre-approved AP courses through Georgia Virtual School at no cost.

  • AP Language/Composition
  • AP Biology
  • AP World History
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Literature/Composition
  • AP Government
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Psychology

Counseling and Support Services

The mission of Georgia Cyber Academy’s Counseling Department is to provide a data-driven comprehensive school counseling program that is proactive, developmentally appropriate and one that will assist students in acquiring the mindsets and behaviors needed to become productive students, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners. The counselors at GCA will collaborate with all stakeholders, including students, parents/ guardians, staff and community members to work towards meeting the needs of all students. Please see the counseling page for specific information on the counseling department.

Amina Ross

Amina Ross

Counseling & Student Support Services Director

Nailah Obijiofor

Nailah Obijiofor

Assistant Director Counseling & Support Services
Caroline McDade

Caroline McDade

Counseling & Student Support Services Assistant Director: Student Experience & Engagement
Keli Carter

Keli Carter

Charlene Polite

Charlene Polite

College and Career Manager
Erica Butts

Erica Butts

Work Based Learning Coordinator
Tricia McCoy

Tricia McCoy

Work Based Learning Coordinator
Jermal McCoy

Jermal McCoy

Graduation Coach Manager

High School Administration

High School Principal

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Assistant Principal

Sara Moody

Sara Moody

Assistant Principal (SGB) Curriculum & Instruction: English/Language Arts
Grades 9-12 English/Language Arts, Secondary Grades 9-12 Leadership

Assistant Principal

Assistant Principal

Rebekah Zimmerman

Rebekah Zimmerman

Assistant Principal (SGB) Curriculum & Instruction: Science
Grades 9-12 Science, Secondary Grades 9-12 Leadership

Assistant Principal

Assistant Principal

Kameelah Chase

Kameelah Chase

Assistant Principal (SGB) Curriculum & Instruction: Electives/CTAE
Grades 9-12 Electives, Secondary Grades 9-12 Leadership

Assistant Principal

Assistant Principal

Assistant Principal