High school students can choose from a wide range of courses in the core subject areas of mathematics, English, science, and history. Additionally, they take numerous Bible courses, study fine arts, learn a foreign language, and explore new technologies. There is a strong emphasis on writing across the curriculum as a primary form of thought organization. We also emphasize 21st century skills such as computational excellence and critical thinking.
At PCA, students experience the joy of building community through shared experiences. Whether it’s digital photography, music, tennis, or a specific ministry calling, we encourage students to be in a habit of trying new things, developing new friendships, and being intentional about how they choose to spend their time.
PCA’s curriculum offers more than 20 honors and AP courses, as well as dual enrollment opportunities. Students at PCA can choose a themed diploma to allow them to position themselves well for the college admissions process. Our STEM concentration is a popular pick for those interested in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Graduates from PCA’s Upper School will find great opportunities for acceptance at leading colleges. In recent years graduates have been admitted to:
We offer 13 varsity sports, multiple fine arts programs, and a wide variety of interest-based clubs ranging from quiz bowl to physical fitness. The school also sponsors many different events such as coffee houses, an annual bonfire, and social dances to enhance school spirit and provide a safe environment for students to make lifelong memories.
Every class and activity at PCA aims to enhance each student’s biblical worldview. Additionally, students complete 50 hours of community service each year, travel on missions trips, and have opportunities to participate in regular prayer groups and Bible studies. Our teachers and coaches are passionate about their roles as Christian role models for students finding their own faith.
If you are looking for a high school environment where your teen will be safe, known, and mentored as they prepare for college, we encourage you to download our Parent Guide and look over it with your family. You can also schedule a tour or virtual meeting by calling our Admissions Office at 603.742.3617 ext. 121, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.