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PCA Booster Board Academic Athletic Scholarship Winners

Each year, the PCA Booster Board selects two PCA senior students, one male and one female, as the recipients of the Booster Board Academic Athletic Scholarship. The student applicants submit a number of items including the application, their transcript, two reference letters and a personal letter to the Booster Board. The winners receive a $500…

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Jump Into Reading!

Are you UP for the summer reading challenge? If you read the most minutes in your grade level, then you’ll be going to AIRTIME in the fall— 30,000 SQUARE FEET of wall to wall trampolines, mosh pits, jam sessions and dodgeball, designed for OPEN JUMPING where you can literally BOUNCE OFF THE WALLS. What: PCA’s…

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Beautiful Photographs…

Each spring, PCA secondary students are invited to enter their photography in the Annual Photo Competition. The entries were juried by Mr. Robert Throne, an adjunct art professor at Eastern Michigan University. The photographs were on display during the Secondary Art Exhibit that took place on Thursday, May 21. We are pleased to announce the…

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An Encouraging Word

“As a parent, we must take full responsibility for the education of our children. We must first make sure that what is taking place in our homes is true to God’s Word. Then, we must see to it that our family is actively involved in a strong Bible believing local church. Finally, we as Christian…

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Working to Keep our Students Safe

Dear Parents, In our constant aim to provide a safe and caring environment for students, staff, and parents, we require all volunteers who work directly or indirectly with students, to submit a Volunteer Application each year. Volunteers must provide two references, date of birth, and a valid driver’s license number as part of the Volunteer…

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Spring is Here!

Dear 7th-12th grade PCA Parent, Spring is here and with it comes school apparel for warm weather and a ‘test’ of the Dress Code. Please review the dress code guidelines with your student. If the student’s attire does not follow PCA Guidelines, they will be referred to the office and asked to change. If there…

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An Encouraging Word

As I look back over my life and the influence that my mother had on me, I realize that the things she taught me have never left my memory. They are burned into my character and will stay there forever. A godly mother’s influence spans the generations and touches the lives of so many more…

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Math Olympics 2015

“Mathematics expresses God’s creation in its absoluteness. Compared to other fields of science, it is quite free from contradiction. Its theorems and concepts, once established, seldom change with time and progress. It maintains rigid and exacting regulations, which show God’s perfect order. Mathematics proclaims for the student that God is unchangeable.” Taken from the ACSI…

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Alex Schreck Chosen for 2015 Congress of Future Medical Leaders

Alexander Schreck, a freshman at Plymouth Christian Academy of Canton, MI has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, MA on June 24-26, 2015. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into medical research fields. The purpose of this event…

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