Regent Board | Plymouth Christian Academy
The Regent Board at Plymouth Christian Academy has the responsibility and authority for the establishment, function, and maintenance of PCA’s programs and fiscal matters. They are guided by the Deacon Board of Calvary Baptist Church as they establish formal policies for the well-being of PCA.
The Regent Board at PCA is comprised of mature Christians, two-thirds of which are Calvary Baptist Church members and one-third who attend other churches. Each Regent Board member has a passion for the mission of Plymouth Christian Academy and is dedicated to their service to PCA for God’s glory.
Regents are not involved in the day-to-day activities of the school but instead are charged with ensuring that the PCA Superintendent is delivering on Regent Board expectations while remaining compliant with Regent Board policies.
Each year, the Regent Board reviews and updates a rolling 5-year strategic plan that we refer to as the PCA “20:20 Vision” (at present it encompasses key strategies for the 5-year timeframe for school years starting 2017-2021).
Meet The Regent Board
Matt and his wife Crystal have four children and they attend Calvary Baptist Church. Crystal is a PCA Class of 2001 graduate and is currently working in the PCA Tuition Office. Their four children attend PCA.
Rob Askew has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Wayne State University, a Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance Management and an MS in Information Systems from Lawrence Technological University. He currently works for General Motors as an IT Systems Analyst.
Rob and his wife Sheree are members of Calvary Baptist Church and their twins, Hannah and Noah, are enrolled in the PCA class of 2020 having attended since pre-school. He is also a PCA alumni and a testament to Christian education attending Temple Christian School (K-11) and then graduating from Plymouth Christian Academy in 1991.
“Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6