K3 and K4
We believe that the foundation of a Christian education is the greatest gift a parent can give their child. Our educational program begins with 3 and 4 year olds in our Preschool. We follow Abeka Christian School curriculum, teaching academics from the Christian perspective. Our students are also encouraged to play, imagine, and create. They are taught the Bible at their level and recite the Pledge of Allegiance each day, learning to love both God and country.
K5 through 6th Grade
As students transition into the Elementary grades, they continue to follow the Abeka Christian School curriculum. They begin transitioning to a new Math curriculum in the 5th grade as they prepare for Upper Level Math and Science classes. Students take computer classes, Accelerated Reading, and STEM. They continue learning the Bible, memorizing Scripture, and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. In the Elementary grades, reading, writing, and math skills are the major focus as our students lay the foundation for a successful transition to Junior High and beyond.
7th Grade through 12th Grade
Junior High and High School students at PC take a college preparatory curriculum with the opportunity to take honors courses, up to 24-hours of college credit through partnerships with local colleges, and vocational training through our partnership with the Jefferson Davis County Career and Technical Education Center. A partnership with Kaplan Learning gives PC a robust ACT Prep program. Nearly all of our secondary teachers hold a Master's degree or higher. Students are also taught each subject from a Christian perspective, and begin each day with devotion and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Our Guidance Counselor is Mrs. Heather Walker. Heather holds a Bachelor's degree from Mississippi College, and a Master's from Reformed Theological Seminary.
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Career and Technical Education
Available for Grades 10-12
Through partnership with the Jefferson Davis County Career and Technical Education Center, our 10th through 12th grade students are able to receive two years of vocational training.
Offering students up to 24-hours of college credit!
Through our partnerships with local colleges, our students are able to receive up to 24-hours of college credit through dual-enrollment classes.