Senior Seminar Is The Capstone Of A PCA Education
The papers have been written. The presentations have been prepared and practiced. It's an exciting week for our senior class as they give their Senior Seminar Presentations, the culmination of an entire year's worth of work.
Separated into categories such as Future Technologies, The Supernatural & Medical Issues, Societal Issues & Politics, Conservation & Medical Issues, Sports Science, Space Colonization and the Arts, and Societal and Medical Issues, the Class of 2023 has worked since September with teachers Mrs. Kristi Ugland and Mrs. Marcia Siebert, as well as with the many senior mentors who volunteered their time to help each of the seniors fully understand, present, and defend their thesis.
“I love the Christian worldview that PCA is instilling in our students,” said ECBC Pastor and senior mentor, Danny Beech. “The Biblical perspective on life, morality and family is becoming more and more foreign in the culture at large and these senior projects are helpfully forcing our students to reckon with what God has commanded while still loving our lost neighbors, family, and friends. My time with senior Cole Seitz has been rich and meaningful as we have discussed matters of eternal consequence. The Biblical worldview of his thesis quickly pours out beyond his particular topic and relates to the total sum of the human experience: that every human is a sinner, broken before a perfect God, and is in desperate need of a savior, Jesus Christ.”
“We are extremely proud of the Senior Class and their hard work in the Thesis Seminar Course this year!” said both Mrs. Siebert and Mrs.Ugland. “This has been a yearlong journey for students, and we are proud of the effort each student has put into his/her area of research. They have been diligent in seeking the truth about their subjects and are excited to share what they have learned and what God has illuminated for each one of them."