The K12 cyber charter in Virginia may close.

The school enrolled 350 students.

The county “hosting” the school decided it was too much of a bother, and only five students from the host county were enrolled.

There have been persistent questions about the quality of virtual charter schools, but their profitability has never been in doubt.

K12 will go looking for another partner or the governor will find another way for them to make a profit by providing inferior education to students in Virginia.