PCA offers many opportunities for growth outside the chassroom, including field trips, class trips, music, drama, worship, service, athletics, and academic competions.




All middle and high school and students will choose and prioritize the following electives:


__ Christian Service      

__ Bible Quizzing

__ Gym / PE

__ Personal Fitness

__ Choir

__ Painting

__ Drawing

__ Creative Writing

__ Worship Team

__ Bible Study     

__ Home Economics / Cooking

__ Marketing

__ Spiritual Emphasis   

__ American Sign Language   

__ Sports Theory, Coaching, and Officiating



Enterprise Projects


An enterprise is defined as a project or undertaking, typically one that is difficult or requires effort. Each student in grades 6 through 12 will choose and conduct their own enterprise project. The projects may also be offered to younger grade levels if deemed appropriate by the teacher.


The project should make use of individual skills, gifts, and interests.


Much of the work for the enterprise should be done on a Chromebook or on paper, so that work can be done during a quiet time at school or on a cyber day. However, the project can include additional components such as producing audio / video or building a physical product.


The following are potential enterprise projects:


- Write a novel

- Write a screenplay

- Develop a portfolio of artwork

- Design puzzles or games

- Produce a comic book

- Write and comment on sporting events

- Research and comment on political or social issues

- Design a physical product

- Write lyrics or poetry

- Research a scientific subject, unsolved mystery, conspiracy, historical event, or Biblical subject

- Learn a programming language using

- Code a program or game

- Develop a live website and domain

- Write devotionals or Bible Study materials

- Any other creative endeavor that can be conducted on a computer and / or paper


At any time, each student should be conducting at least one active enterprise. At any time, a given project can wrap up and a student move on to a new one.


Students will periodically discuss projects with parents and an advisor in order to share content and brainstorm on additions to the enterprise.


There will be opportunities to discuss projects and to present projects to one's class and present in additional venues. However, a presentation is not a requirement, and there is no requirement to display the work publicly.


Enterprise projects will be the main component of some cyber days. For cyber days where this is the focus, online classes will be replaced with this individualized work.


Students will share what they are doing with their parents and advisors.


Course credit will be given for enterprise projects.




- Fall Sports:


Volleyball (Girls)

Soccer (Boys and Girls)


Fall Sports camps begin in August


- Winter Sports:


Basketball (Girls)

Basketball (Boys)

- Spring Sports:


Spring sports will be determined based on interest level and league openings. Possible Considerations are Baseball, Golf, Girls Softball, and Boys Volleyball.