PACIFIC CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Equipping the Next Generation Early Education - Grade 12

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Overview of High School


Pacific Christian Academy offers our students a quality academic program with a Christian worldview. Most students follow the Advanced Placement track and attend four-year universities following graduation. PCA offers the following Advanced Placement courses:  Language, Literature, Calculus, US History, Government, and Biology.


Students begin each year with a spiritual get-away, called Advance. This time away provides the opportunity for drawing closer to God, bonding with classmates, and for team building. Throughout the year, students attend daily Bible classes, weekly chapels, and participate in quarterly outreach opportunities to our community.


In addition to the quarterly community outreach, student participate in activities such as job shadow opportunities, clubs, Honor Society, and Student Council membership.  Teachers offer academic support and club participation during lunch.


For parents of 9th - 12th graders, click here for a guide on how to support your child's college planning.


Once again, it is time for our high school students to be completing a vocational project. This project is a tool to help students thoughtfully study what type of career they want to pursue later in life and is a Washington state requirement.
Below please find the vocational letter and individual grades for competing the project.