The 2019-20 school year was the first time Plymouth Christian Academy was able to offer a Graphic Design course. According to our catalog, the course involves the following: Investigation of theory, concept, and visual tools central to developing visual communication systems. Students will design posters, magazine covers, and explore package design, typography, and the psychology…

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From the Desk of Mrs. Huntsman  “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 This Memorial Day weekend, we pause to remember and honor those who sacrificed for the sake of our freedom. Many gave the ultimate sacrifice and…

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In 2016, Plymouth Christian Academy in Canton, Michigan, began the tradition of a Senior Walk. The Senior Walk takes place approximately two weeks before graduation and allows the seniors to put on their caps and gowns and take one of their final walks through the hallways of their school. Our campus is spread over two…

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Each May, high school musical stars from across Michigan are professionally judged in their local productions for the opportunity to compete on the Wharton Center Cobb Great Hall stage. This year, the Sutton Foster Awards are being celebrated virtually.  Traditionally, these students would compete for Best Actor/Best Actress awards and the chance to attend the…

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From the Desk of Mrs. Huntsman The Home Stretch and BEYOND! Finishing Well As we begin the process of wrapping up this school year, I must again convey my heartfelt gratitude, praise, and deep admiration for all that students, parents, and teachers have sacrificed to continue a robust learning cycle during these unusual weeks. Parents,…

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We are pleased to showcase our 7th and 8th-grade artwork through the latest virtual art exhibit. Throughout the year, PCA middle school students learn how to observe the world as an artist. Art is everywhere, and students learn to look at the details and how things have been created. Students learn how to draw objects, people,…

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From the Desk of Mrs. Huntsman Back in the 1970s, the Marathon Bar boasted the tagline, “The bar that lasts a good, long time!” Twisted caramel dipped in chocolate was wrapped up with a bright, red-orange wrapper that had an 8-inch ruler on it, touting the long-lasting goodness within. I loved the Marathon bar as…

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From the Desk of Mrs. Huntsman This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and it’s time to shine a light on our amazing PCA faculty! I didn’t envision honoring our teachers in the middle of a pandemic. Still, I’d like to say with the deepest sincerity, the speed, passion, and determination to transform their delivery for…

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