After graduating from PA Cyber in 2021 in the top 1% of her class, she took a gap year to flex her entrepreneurial and creative skills. During that time, Chloe started a vintage clothing website and became an Instagram ambassador for multiple companies.
Being a student at PA Cyber helped her understand her own work style and empowered her to teach herself anything she chooses. Chloe has been awarded Marywood University’s Presidential Scholarship for all five years of architecture school.
She first became interested in architecture when she and her parents were looking for a new home, and they found a house designed by architect Peter Bohlin. “Now I’m obsessed with architecture and how architecture and nature work together to create a masterpiece,” Chloe said.
Our future architect feels that PA Cyber has prepared her well for university. Being a cyber school student taught her how to manage time and has made her aware of her work style and flow. “You learn how to govern yourself and gain a sense of independence,” Chloe said.
“I believe my education at university is going to be even more self-paced. I’ll be working on projects and able to do many creative things. Brick-and-mortar schools are more by the books. It’s been wonderful to learn at PA Cyber.”
PA Cyber is proud to have been an integral part of Chloe’s education. With a solid foundation, she is ready to build her future, like the architecture she admires, with balance and integrity.
PHOTO CAP: PA Cyber alumna Chloe Perko received Marywood University’s Presidential Scholarship for architecture school.