At PCA there are a multitude of extracurricular activities and clubs for secondary students to take part in. Through these opportunities where they can explore their interests, they are able to grow their leadership skills and knowledge. We are grateful to the staff and parent mentors who make these activities and organizations possible!

Band Council

The PCA Band Council exists as a means for students to take greater ownership over their ensemble(s) and music program. Students will pray and constructively share their thoughts as it pertains to the Band’s social events, recruitment, goal setting, camaraderie, spiritual development and more.

Positions include, but are not limited to, President, VP of Production, VP of Community, Chaplain, Sergeant at Arms, Historian, Secretary, Reporter, Librarian, Quartermaster, and Percussion Manager.

German Club

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The German Club (Deutschklub) at PCA is to promote the study and enjoyment of the German culture and language. The club and its activities are open to all current and former students of German. Regular meetings take place once a month to plan special gatherings once a quarter. German Club activities include such events as dinner at a German restaurant, baking German Christmas goodies, and “game night” with German board games. Activities will afford current students an opportunity to practice their German in a low-stress, non-graded environment, and provides former students of German a way to stay connected with the culture and language.

High School Class Officers

Classes 9-12 elect class officers to represent them throughout the year. High School Class Officers are called upon to achieve the following mission:

  • Meet the spiritual needs of class members
  • Encourage friendship within and between classes
  • Promote school spirit
  • Join together in community service
  • Earn money to address the needs of the organization

High School Robotics Team

4405 During a six-week period beginning in January, PCA Robotics High School Team gears up. Students learn to build a robot from a common kit of parts, which typically weighs up to 150 lbs. Engineering mentors, consisting of PCA parents and alumni, guide students through the construction process. The PCA Robotics Team, The Atoms Family, participates in the FIRST Robotics Competition (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) program with more than 68,000 high school competitors. Regional competitions begin in early March with National Championships in April. Participation in Robotics is a great avenue to open opportunities for a college scholarship. You can stay connected to the current happenings with PCA Robotics by checking out their WEBSITE or by following them on TWITTER or FACEBOOK. To learn more about FIRST, CLICK HERE.

Middle School Robotics Team

Every week beginning in November a team of middle school students meets to accomplish robotics missions using fully autonomous robots. Their competition season begins in March and can last through May. They compete in the Game Competition at Robofest. To learn more about Robofest, CLICK HERE.

National Honor Society

Plymouth Christian Academy holds membership in the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. The purpose of this organization is to stimulate academic excellence, provide service to the school and community, to build excellent character and enhance leadership skills. Membership is based on a 3.7 grade point average for all subjects taken since ninth grade, references, leadership roles, and community service. National Honor Society is responsible for the PCA After-School Tutoring Program (Learn more about the tutoring program). The forms to sign up for after school tutoring are available on our FORMS page. NHS is also responsible for the PCA Annual Blood Drive and a variety of other service projects at PCA, including working as tour guides for the PCA Open House and helping with the annual auction and the All-School Picnic. To learn more about National Honor Society, CLICK HERE.

National Art Honor Society

The National Art Honor Society is a national organization through the National Art Education Association and selection is based on grades, good character, and a recommendation from the Art Department. The goals of the organization are to provide avenues for recognition of the artistic talents and to provide leadership roles for visual art students, to further the creative abilities of these students, bring art to the attention of the school and community through community service, and glorify God in all its efforts. The organization is responsible for maintaining the art display case, aiding art faculty with displaying artwork at school art exhibits, sponsoring art competitions as well as volunteering at the Welcome Picnic and the PCA Auction. To learn more about the NAHS, CLICK HERE.

National German Honor Society

National Spanish Honor Society

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On October 16, 2017, the Spanish National Honor Society (SNHS) became a reality at Plymouth Christian Academy. PCA Senior Allison Kwang shared her thoughts about this brand new opportunity at PCA. “With the motto of “todos a una” – together as one, PCA’s new Spanish honor society may be small in number but is big in enthusiasm. This society is composed of individuals devoted the study of the Spanish language in order to master it. Special thanks to Mrs. Margaret Jarrell on pursuing this honor society and making it a possibility for Plymouth Christian Academy students! For more information, please contact Margaret Jarrell by emailing her at margaret.jarrell@plymouthchristian.org.

Spanish Club

Student Council

The PCA Student Council aids the administration and faculty to provide a well-balanced social program and encourage student participation and spirit in school activities. This organization is designed to promote opportunities for student cooperation in the management of school affairs, act as an intermediate representative between the student body and the administration, and promote the general welfare of the students. Student Council is traditionally involved with planning the Spirit Days, Spirit Week, a teacher breakfast, and several other school-wide activities. This form of student government encourages leadership, responsibility, and self-confidence.