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Homecoming 2019: All Roads Lead Home

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What a great start to PCA's Homecoming Week as upper school students filled the hallways dressed in Day 1 of their road trip attire: West Coast California! We enjoyed the fun-loving spirit and the creativity in the costumes.

We have a full week of exciting activities for our students for Homecoming 2019 as we celebrate our theme "All Roads Lead Home"! Here's a look at what's ahead:

 Spirit Days (Grades 6-12): Spirit Days will have our students taking a road trip across the country and coming home to PCA. 

Tuesday: Wild West Texas - dress like cowboys/cowgirls

Wednesday: New York Country Club - dress preppy

Thursday: Our Nation's Capital, Washington DC - dress patriotic with red, white and blue

Friday: All Roads Lead Home to South Carolina - dress in PCA spirit wear (grades K-5 may also participate on Friday!)

Banner Decorating Contest (Grades 6-12): Upper School students can show their school spirit as each grade will create a Homecoming banner to be displayed in the gym during our pep rally. Students will earn points based on their Eagle Pride!

Pep Rally (Grades K-12): Let's get fired up for our Homecoming Game! Students will meet in the gym for an all school pep rally on Friday, September 13 at 2:25 pm in the gym. Parents are welcome to join us!

Homecoming Football Game (Everyone!!!): The PCA Fighting Eagles take on W.W. King on Friday, September 13 at Park West Field. Kickoff is 7:30 pm. Let's pack the stands! Homecoming King and Queen will be announced!

Homecoming Dance (Grades 9-12): Saturday, September 14 from 7 pm to 10 pm in the PCA Gym. Tickets are $20 if purchased online in advance or $25 at the door. Payment link and details on how to pay online are coming soon.

Let's all have some fun and celebrate together!

Breaking Ground on the New Student Life Center

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Nearly 700 people braved the rain and heat to celebrate an historic moment at PCA - the Student Life Center groundbreaking! Students, alumni, faculty and families joined with community leaders to put shovels in the ground for the new 44,000 square foot addition to the school campus.

The Student Life Center will provide a new tournament size gymnasium, 2 fully equipped science laboratories, 2 technology classrooms, as well as math classrooms, Bible classrooms and a collaborative student space. The new facility will support PCA's commitment to the critical study of technology and science while continuing its focus of providing students with a biblical worldview.

"This Student Life Center is going to be a place where students can spend time with each other, with their teachers, and with their youth group leaders. They will learn the important academics that they always learn, but in an environment that says this is how you apply that knowledge and how you go out and impact the culture," said PCA Headmaster JD Zubia.

The projected timeline for completion of the building would allow us to open the doors to the new Student Life Center for the 2020-2021 school year. A special thank you to Mt. Pleasant Mayor Pro Tem Gary Santos, Mount Pleasant Council Member Jim Owens, ECBC leaders and our ECBC and PCA families for celebrating with us!

We encourage you to prayerfully consider how you can help us fund the remaining $2 million needed to build this fully equipped facility which will transform the learning experience for each of our students.

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