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PCA Students Attend TN State Beta Convention

PCA Rhetoric School students recently attended the TN State Beta Convention in Nashville. The group did an amazing job representing PCA and they came home with multiple awards. PCA Junior, Addison Melton, ran for state secretary and spoke in front of an audience of more than 5,000 convention attendees. PCA Beta awards received include:Emma Manwaring:…

PCA Annual Fund Matching Gift Challenge Now- Dec. 31

Give a direct gift to the PCA Annual Fund and make an investment in the spiritual and academic growth of every student at PCA! As we enter the season of gratitude and generosity, we are truly blessed with an exciting opportunity!  Thanks to the commitment of a generous donor, every direct Annual Fund donation made…

PCA to Host Celebration of Life Service Honoring Mrs. Sheila Given

Providence Christian Academy will host a Celebration of Life service for the beloved co-founder of the school Mrs. Sheila Morris Given on November 18, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at Providence Christian Academy.  Visitation will be November 18 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Providence Christian Academy. Providence Christian Academy was conceived in the heart…

PCA Visitors’ Day Nov. 5

PCA invites prospective students entering 1st– 12th grades to attend PCA Visitors’ Day on November 5 from 7:45am-11:30am. Students and their families will have an opportunity to tour the campus, meet teachers and students, and visit classes as they are in session. PCA Visitor’s Day allows prospective students to experience a typical day at PCA.…

PCA Student Selected for Youth Leadership Rutherford

PCA senior, Molly Morgan, was recently selected to participate in the Class of 2019/2020 Youth Leadership Rutherford Program.  Youth Leadership Rutherford is a personal development program designed to educate and enhance the quality of leadership skills in high school seniors while promoting community awareness.  Youth Leadership Rutherford actively recruits rising seniors from all high schools…

PCA Students Qualify for Duke TIP

Nearly 50% of PCA 7th grade students recently qualified for admission to the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP). In order to qualify, a student must score at the 95th percentile or above nationally on a standardized test.  All PCA students who were selected qualified on at least one sub test of the CTP and…