Visual Arts

Hannahs-still-life-253x300As human beings made in the image of the creator God, who not only made trees but made them “pleasing to the eye,” we are creative by nature. In the arts program, we want our students to grow as creators, to become more and more like him.

Art classes are offered to students beginning in first grade. Students participate in a variety of activities to enhance their learning, such as painting, drawing, sculpting, weaving, and printmaking. Biblical principles are woven into the lessons, as is the study of major artists throughout history. Middle School students are introduced to keeping
sketchbooks in order to practice creative thinking and problem solving. High School students develop the skill and habit of thinking critically about what images communicate. Classes available for high school include sculpture, printmaking, painting, photography, and drawing.

Congratulations to Lillian Wade, PCA Class of 2024, on receiving the Outstanding Dramatic Performance Award for the second year in a row during TPAC’s Spotlight Awards! PCA Theatre was nominated for multiple categories, competing against more than 40 high schools in the Middle Tennessee area. ...

Lillian has also been awarded a scholarship from the Southeastern Missouri Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance. SEMO’s Conservatory of Theatre and Dance is dedicated to each student’s success and development as they train for a career in the performing arts. We are praying abundant blessings for Lillian as she prepares to attend SEMO this Fall!

PCA Summer Camps Week 1. It was an awesome first week of Summer Camps and we’re looking forward to upcoming camps! Week 1 of camps included Flag Football, American Girl, Happy Camper, Sew Creative, Tennis and Little Lions. To learn more or to register for upcoming Summer Camps, visit the PCA

Remembering and honoring all those who gave their lives to protect and serve our country.

“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”
John 15:13