Families come to PCA from many different backgrounds and for many different reasons. Read first-hand accounts from our families below.

The Heath Family

 

“…Being able to drive away after dropping off my daughter, and feeling completely peaceful and confident she will thrive is something I hadn’t experienced until PCA. It’s all I could ever want or ask for. It’s priceless.”

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The Chase Family

 

“The same teachers who pray over my boys have become role models to our boys as they grow. The role models I see them looking up to are the same ones that I would handpick for them. They respect these teachers. They look up to them. They want to be like them.”

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The Ngamcharoenthana Family

 

“…After dropping the kids off in the morning (even after the 40+ minute commute) I am overwhelmed at God’s goodness that we get to send our kids to PCA.”

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The Eastman Family

“…To have teachers who reinforce all of the things our son learns at home is much more important to us than we may have realized when we first started thinking about school.”

The White Family

 

“There is something very special about PCA’s preschool, because both of our children ask when they get to go back to school on their days off… PCA has given us one of the largest gifts we could ask for this year by allowing our son with special needs to attend. The layers of positive impact that that decision has had on our family has altered our family dynamic for the better.”

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The Otto Family

 

“…As we searched for schools, PCA seemed like the best option for our child and our family. We found PCA was more affordable than we had previously thought it would be, thanks to Variable Tuition.”

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The Sayre Family

 

“How have I seen my son grow at PCA? How have I NOT seen him grow?! He’s matured in all areas of life that we (and God) consider important.”

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The Cooper Family

 

“…We love the challenging academics and faith-based atmosphere. We can tell that the teachers care for our daughter and want to prepare her for the next level of education and the next step in life.”

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The Howe Family

 

“…Our 8th grader has been more involved in activities and motivated academically than he ever was. He challenges himself and wants to do well in school.” 

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