What Makes PRCA Unique?
It's our community!
We consider it a privilege that parents entrust us with their children, and we honor and respect the various backgrounds represented by our student body. While all of our students have different gifts and future plans, it is our goal for each student to graduate with the training and skills to engage the world with the truth of the Gospel. PRCA's Portrait of a Graduate defines the five key character traits that we have woven throughout our curriculum to prepare graduates to do the "good works which God had prepared beforehand." We desire our students to be Servant Leaders, Courageous Christians, Truth Seekers, Virtuous Stewards and Justice Keepers.
God has brought us caring teachers who are invested in the lives of their students. Some have many years of experience and others are beginning their time at PRCA. All teachers complete a three-year leadership training program designed to guide and strengthen each new educator and receive intentional support provided through a mentoring program.
The community that surrounds our school, including parents, alumni, grandparents, coaches and donors, is a crucial part of fulfilling our mission and in the success of our students and graduates. Those who invest in PRCA have the opportunity to encourage young people to be rooted in their faith in Christ and equip them to face challenges now and in the future.