Preschool – We will offer half-day and full-day options for children beginning at age three. Children may begin preschool once they turn three, and they will be placed in classes according to age.
Kindergarten through 5th grade – We offer classes for all students in Kindergarten through 5th grades. Children must turn five on or before September 1, 2017 to be eligible for Kindergarten.
Middle & High School – We are excited to be expanding this year to offer grades 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th!
Afterschool care – We offer afterschool care to PCA students whose parents need childcare until 5:30 p.m. for an additional fee of $10 per day.
Special Education Services – We offer enrollment to select students with special needs if accommodations and modifications can be adapted for the general classroom, and if the parents and Academy both agree that the services provided at our school are adequate to meet the needs of the student. All special education is coordinated through Perryton ISD SSA, or through an outside party paid for by the student’s family. All testing should be complete before admission is achieved at the Academy. All decisions regarding the admission of students with special needs are made on a case-by-case basis.
We provide our students with a loving and nurturing educational environment where they can thrive spiritually, academically, and socially. The elementary classrooms provide the structure and learning opportunities needed for a strong academic foundation. Students will be taught Biblical principles daily, and weekly chapel services offer comprehensive Biblical teaching and life application. In addition to the core curriculum classes, elementary and middle school students will attend weekly enrichment classes such as P.E., Music, Computer, Keyboarding (Secondary), Library, and GT classes (for “gifted and talented” students). Our faculty and staff are committed to partnering with parents to ensure the success of all students.
To preserve the integrity of the education we provide, we will keep our enrollment ratios low, usually about 15 students per classroom.