With lingering uncertainty about how the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to impact our lives as we approach the fall, you may be wondering what you can expect from your child’s school in terms of on-site instruction at the start of the school year. While schools throughout the country are taking varying approaches, PCA has been preparing since March to bring students back to campus safely. This will be made possible in the fall through a unique and customized hybrid learning approach that is designed to serve the needs of our community. Read More
Summertime offers a welcome break from traditional academic work and learning. This year in particular, after ending with the unexpected season of distance learning, we’re welcoming summer vacation with open arms. Learning doesn’t stop in the summertime, though. There are many ways to continue learning during this vacation from school: one of the most important is reading! Read More
The month of May has always been a “showcase” month for PCA’s Fine Arts program, and no pandemic can get in our way! Thanks to great technology and creative students at home, the Art Show is chock full of beautiful masterpieces. The blessing of having this virtual art show is that it can be easily shared with you! Grab a lemonade and enjoy the amazing work of our PCA students. Read More
Portsmouth Christian Academy (PCA) has announced plans to hold graduation for the class of 2020 in person at a “drive-in, walk-through” graduation ceremony on the school’s 50-acre campus in Dover. Read More
Portsmouth Christian Academy (PCA) is making big plans for next year. While much of the details of the 2020-2021 school year are uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic, PCA is moving forward with plans to add several courses to the Upper School schedule in the fall. In response to student interest, the fall course offerings list will include five new additions: Botany, Zoology, Election 2020, Engineering, and Jazz Band.
On Saturday, May 16, Portsmouth Christian Academy (PCA) held their first ever Virtual Auction, raising $107,987 in support of Variable Tuition, the school’s tuition program.