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Exciting Opportunities For Student Development Though Extracurriculars

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At PCA, the educational experience isn’t confined to the walls of the classroom; it extends to include vibrant and active extracurricular clubs and activities that foster personal growth and leadership development. Last Friday, our campus came alive with energy as our students participated in our Club Fair where they could learn more about all of the opportunities provided at PCA. 

From the Student Government Association, where future leaders are developed, to the Robotics Club where innovation thrives, to the Fishing Club that enjoys God’s creation – there’s a niche for everyone. This year we proudly introduced a new club – Ducks Unlimited – a testament to the diversity of clubs awaiting students.

What do these extracurriculars mean to your students? Let’s hear from them:

"Being a part of the A/V club is a free way to learn life skills and do the things you enjoy with other classmates.” - George Greene

“Getting to be a part of the Eagle Ambassadors allows me to build bonds with other students through a common interest while improving PCA culture.” Hannah Delaney and Juliet Olson

“I’m excited to learn more about hunting and fishing after school in Ducks Unlimited!” - William Newborn

Extracurriculars at PCA are more than activities, they are a place where friendships are formed, interests are discovered, and passions are pursued. Our heart is to provide experiential learning for students that integrates faith and their strengths and passions in all areas of their lives. We invite all upper school students to explore and jump into one of these opportunities this year!

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It's Apple Week In Kindergarten!

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September is all about apples for our kindergarten students! If you’ve visited the kindergarten hallway, you’ll notice it’s covered with apple artwork, books and evidence of learning!

Our kindergarten teachers Alex Alford, Braden Cruz, Melissa Shockley, Kari Silvester and Mary Jane Watson have created meaningful learning experiences for students.

Students participated in an apple tasting utilizing a class graph to see which apples they liked the most. They also were introduced to the scientific method with an experiment to coat an apple with 3 different liquids to determine if they could prevent it from turning brown.

One of the highlights of Apple Week for the students is the apple volcano experiment!

“Of course the apple volcanoes are always a favorite", stated Mrs. Alford.

Our kindergarten students also learned about the life cycle of an apple tree and the parts of an apple. The week ended with having a variety of apple themed foods to try on Friday! Sounds like quite the tasty and fun week!

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