Through your generosity, PCA is able to provide the best value in Christian private education in New England. Find numerous ways to partner with PCA to continue this legacy: browse the links on the right of the page, make an online donation, or check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Your gifts of time, talent, and resources make an impact on every aspect of Portsmouth Christian Academy – academics, athletics, fine arts, and technology. Tuition covers only about 90% of the real cost of educating each student. Your support closes the gap, making it possible for us to hire the best teachers, and offer outstanding academic, athletic, fine arts, and spiritual programs that provide a well-rounded, balanced education, while keeping the cost down.
Double your Impact with an Employer Match
Did you know that many employers will match dollar for dollar the donations their employees make to non-profit organizations such as PCA? Over the years, dozens of companies, including airlines, car dealerships, banks and other financial institutions, tech sector companies, have matched over $55,000 in gifts to PCA. If you have made a donation to PCA this year (thanks!) or plan to (thanks for that, too!), check in with your company’s business or HR office to see if they’ll help you double your impact!
For more information, email Kelly Belmonte, Director of Advancement, or call (603) 742-3617, extension 109.
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“Sending two children to PCA was … the best investment we could have ever made… Both kids got full merit based scholarships to choice universities, one even got a fully funded graduate school education. Their professors often remarked how well prepared they were compared to their peers. But that was only one return on investment. Our children grew up with outstanding role models at PCA – adults who carried messages of faith, integrity, and caring every day, connecting during challenging teenage years when a parent needs all the support they can get. A decade later, both my children credit PCA with shaping them into the people they are today.” – CAPTAIN Karen Baetzel, USN (ret), PCA parent