More educational models are needed to help address the new educational needs in K-12 learning environments. HyFlex education provides learning options in-person, asynchronously, and synchronously online, simultaneously. The pandemic has changed how K-12 schools, and institutions of higher learning in the United States and abroad are approaching and adopting this pliant model in allowing learners to choose both their learning experiences and environment (Beatty, 2019). However, many schools view HyFlex learning as an emergency solution to a pandemic problem. How can we dispel or reframe the myths associated with HyFlex education and transform it from a short-term learning solution to a lasting form of educational practice that allows for equitable, accessible, and innovative models and choices that benefit all students?