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8 Must-Ask Questions When Choosing a School for Your Child

By Better Together Blog

If you’re feeling the pressure to choose the best school for your child, you’re not alone. Many parents quickly learn that there are an abundance of options, and finding the right fit can be a daunting process. After all, it’s not just about education — it’s about finding partners to help foster your child’s growth academically, spiritually, socially, and in many other ways. Read More

Questions to Ask When Exploring Faith-Based High Schools

By Better Together Blog

High School is an exciting time. It’s a time of personal, social, and academic growth. Parents and students alike want to know that the school where they will spend 35+ hours each week has a healthy culture and that the people and environment will be a positive influence. Whether that means staying at the school your child grew up in, moving to the next level in a school system, or transitioning to a new school altogether, the below questions may serve as a guide for parents as they explore the right fit for their child. Read More

Questions to Ask when Exploring Faith-Based Junior Highs

By Better Together Blog

Junior High is a time of big change in a child’s life. Parents want to be sure that their child is in a safe, loving environment during these critical years of development and growth. They want to know that the school culture is healthy and that the people and environment where their child will spend 35+ hours each week will be a positive influence. Whether that means staying at the school your child grew up in, moving to the next level in a school system, or transitioning to a new school altogether, the below questions may serve as a guide for parents as they explore the right fit for their child. Read More

Why We Chose Christian Education

By Better Together Blog

Rachelle is a mom of two students at PCA and one PCA alum. Read her family’s perspective on choosing Christian education in the blog post below. 

We chose Christian education for a few reasons, but the first and most important was that our boys, Riley, AJ, and Jaquari, can be surrounded by teachers, faculty, and staff who live their lives the same way we are raising our kids to live theirs. We’ve been a part of PCA for 5 years.

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