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Using Technology Sparingly

Were you aware that PCA has a Theological Society for high school students? The club was formed this year by a group of students who wanted to think seriously about God and his world and strengthen their faith through more in-depth study. Some members of this group also committed to thoughtfully considering how they were [...]

By |June 11th, 2018|Categories: School News, Secondary|Comments Off on Using Technology Sparingly

Gallery of Excellence

PCA has recently received the honor of having our 2018 secondary yearbook inducted into the Walsworth Gallery of Excellence. According to Walsworth Yearbooks, "The Gallery of Excellence showcases the best yearbooks printed by Walsworth, and only a small percentage of the yearbooks they publish are included in this distinguished collection. Books are chosen based on [...]

By |May 29th, 2018|Categories: School News|Tags: , |Comments Off on Gallery of Excellence

Aboriginal Art in Kindergarten

Creativity and expression through art is a very important component of education at PCA. We are blessed to have gifted art teachers who share their expertise with our students from kindergarten through 12th grade. In addition to our scheduled art classes with both Michael Costello and Tina Kincer, we are honored to have the work [...]

By |May 25th, 2018|Categories: Elementary, School News|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Aboriginal Art in Kindergarten

Parachutes and God’s Law of Gravity

PCA elementary students have the amazing opportunity to spend time every week in our Elementary STEM Lab, experiencing hands-on science from a biblical perspective. We are grateful to Mrs. Hott, Elementary STEM Lab Teacher, for the hard work she puts into the large number of experiments and projects that have taken place this year. Our [...]

By |May 21st, 2018|Categories: Elementary|Tags: , |Comments Off on Parachutes and God’s Law of Gravity

Thank You…2018 Yellow Pages

Nashville Nights 2018...it was a fabulous evening for a very worthwhile cause! Thanks to all who attended and all who bid to make this one of the most successful auctions in recent years. Each year following our auction, we seek to honor all who made it possible through donations and sponsorships by including them in [...]

By |May 18th, 2018|Categories: School News|Tags: |Comments Off on Thank You…2018 Yellow Pages

PCA Students win the Rotary Club of Plymouth Essay Contest

Each year, Rotary Clubs across the country accept essays for a "Four-Way Essay Contest". On Friday, May 11, 2018, the Rotary Club of Plymouth celebrated their 20th annual awards luncheon where they honored the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade first and second place winners of the Four-Way Test Essay Contest. According to Rotary information, "the [...]

By |May 12th, 2018|Categories: School News|Tags: , |Comments Off on PCA Students win the Rotary Club of Plymouth Essay Contest

Technology Paid Summer Internship at CBC/PCA

Technology Paid Summer Internship Calvary Baptist Church and Plymouth Christian Academy are looking for a college student or graduate to be a summer intern. Working under experienced team leaders, you will gain experience in: Interacting with vendors Managing Office 365 Maintaining church and school hardware and software Troubleshooting and resolving employee technical issues Network Management [...]

By |May 8th, 2018|Categories: School News|Tags: , |Comments Off on Technology Paid Summer Internship at CBC/PCA

Construction Begins!

I love Michigan in the spring! With the weather improving and spring arriving, we are finally getting to another campus improvement that was supposed to start four weeks ago! Tomorrow, our east entryway construction begins. We are not sure what time it will begin, but there is a good chance the east entryway by the [...]

By |May 6th, 2018|Categories: School News|Tags: , |Comments Off on Construction Begins!

World Championship…2018 FIRST Robotics

After a State Division finals appearance last year, the Atoms Family, out of Plymouth Christian Academy came into the year with high hopes of continuing its success. But, FIRST Robotics is different from traditional sports. The game changes. Every year. Completely. I mean completely. The rules change on the robot dimensions, allowed components and motors. [...]

By |May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Robotics, School News, Secondary|Tags: , , |Comments Off on World Championship…2018 FIRST Robotics

Top Honors at the State Solo & Ensemble

It has been a very busy weekend for PCA Vocal Music. The following soloists and ensembles had amazing, god-honoring performances at this year's MSVMA State Solo & Ensemble taking place April 20 & 21 at Fordson High School in Dearborn. Hannah Askew - Division I Rating Rachel Brugger - Division II Rating Joy Chamberlain - [...]

By |April 22nd, 2018|Categories: Fine and Performing Arts, School News, Secondary|Tags: , |Comments Off on Top Honors at the State Solo & Ensemble