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7-12 Secondary Education Program | Plymouth Christian Academy

The mission and purpose of the 7-12 Secondary Education Program at Plymouth Christian Academy is to provide an education that supports young people during a pivotal time of growth. PCA offers a strong foundation for students in grades 7-12 that allows them to pursue excellence in all areas of school and life for the glory of God.

Middle school and high school academics at PCA are rich with opportunity in the arts, sciences, athletics, and beyond. We seek to create well-rounded leaders through engagement in various disciplines such as Biblical studies, technology, fine arts, math and sciences, world language, physical education and more.

Extracurricular endeavors are also encouraged for students in grades 7-12. Students are able to explore their God-given gifts with passion and joy inside our positive, inclusive environment. Sports teams, artistic outlets, and opportunities to serve their community work in conjunction to build future leaders who walk forward in life with a Christ-like attitude and a joyful heart.

During their time at Plymouth Christian Academy, our students develop high-level thinking and reasoning skills, expand their creative expressivity, and deepen their relationship with Christ all while cultivating the values of integrity, respect, and teamwork.

Secondary Course Catalogs and Class Information

Course Catalogs
Course Philosophies and Objectives
Purple and Gold Daily Schedules

AP/Dual Enrollment

Advanced Placement

The Advanced Placement (AP) program at Plymouth Christian Academy is a cooperative endeavor between secondary schools and colleges/universities. It allows high school students to take college-level academic courses and gives them the opportunity to demonstrate academic mastery through the AP exams. Depending on university requirements, students may have the opportunity to earn college credit with their AP exam scores. Students must check with the universities of their choice to ascertain advanced placement policies. All students enrolled in AP courses are required to take the AP exams. The cost of each AP exam is the responsibility of the student.

Dual Enrollment

Plymouth Christian Academy Sophomore-Junior-Senior students may elect to take college level courses through colleges such as Concordia University-Ann Arbor (CUAA) or Schoolcraft College. Dual enrollment allows students the potential of earning high school and/or university credit for select courses. To view the full PCA policy regarding dual enrollment, online, and off-campus academic courses, please click here.

Students interested in dual enrollment should contact Mrs. Dana Zambeck, our School Counselor, to begin the application process and to determine their eligibility. If the student is determined to be eligible, he/she must then submit a college application and a PCA Dual Enrollment form to the school counselor.

ExPlore Week

Modeled after the college January Term Idea, (J-Term), PCA’s ExPlore Week is designed to increase learning opportunities for students. We offer classes and experiences not typically available during the year, giving 9th- 12th grade students an opportunity to learn in areas they are either passionate about and explore new ideas and skills. The “block” or trip nature of the one week also allows for focused, in-depth study and deeper relationships with teachers and a small group of students. PCA’s ExPlore Week takes place during the spring of each school year. To learn more, visit the ExPlore Webpage by clicking HERE.

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Graduation Requirements

Michigan Merit Credits

18

plus PCA Core Curriculum Credits

6

plus General Elective Credits

2

Come Experience Plymouth Christian Academy

We invite you to visit and experience the 7-12 Secondary Education Program at Plymouth Christian Academy for yourself. Contact the school office to set up a tour. We look forward to meeting you!

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