Welcome to Pueblo Christian Academy



At PCA we have our students learn through educational play. While attending our preschool / pre-k our teachers will introduce subjects such as geography, science and reading that are play based which allows for the students to grow both academically and socially.

K-1 and 2-3

This year we added a K-1 class! We added hands-on science experiments to our curriculum as well as other hands-on learning for other subjects. The 2nd through 3rd-grade class uses a hands-on curriculum integrated throughout there day to ensure student engagement! We are happy to have Spanish again this year with a Spanish teacher once a week. The variety in how we teach keeps the students engaged and learning!


This year we have a Fourth through Sixth grade classroom. The variety of subjects with hands on learning as well as other combinations of classroom techniques keeps our students challenged and engaged.


Middle through High school classes are offered with our award winning on-line Christian curriculum. At PCA we enhance the on-line curriculum with an in-classroom teacher, whom helps facilitate the students learning. With on-line electives as well as enrichments offered at school, helps create a well-rounded academically challenging education.

New at PCA!

We have added the DeepRoots Bible Curriculum for Defendable Faith.

Please click on the image to link to DeepRoots website.

Why Pueblo Christian Academy?

Pueblo Christian Academy cares about its students. Each student is taught at an individual level to ensure they are provided the best education possible. We also include several enrichment’s throughout the year so students are taught more than just what is in their textbooks. Most of our students are working at advanced levels in several subjects. PCA also does school wide monthly reports and presentations to allow students to learn how to research and present their information in a fun and unique way.


Hello Parents and Guardians,

 Happy November families,

Wow this year is going by so fast.  This month we are learning about Nutrition/Staying Healthy, Native Americans, and Thanksgiving.  Our colors this month are purple and brown, and the shape of the month is a rectangle.  The letters we are learning about are G and H.  The numbers of the month are 11 and 12.  Our bible stories for this month are Crossing the Red Sea and The Ten Commandments.  This month we are having our Thanksgiving feast on November 18.  Thanksgiving break is November 23 – November 27.  

 Thank you

 Ms. Crystal and Mrs. Linda

Kindergarten & First Grade

Happy September everyone! This month we are learning more about the alphabet and how the letters blend together. The blends are also being worked on as word families in order to better understand how English works in reading. In math we are working on how the numbers work and what place they are in. The calendar skills are coming right along as well. Bible is taking an exciting journey through Abraham & Sarah, Jacob, Joseph, and Moses to learn about God’s chosen ones. Science is so much fun as we learn how our food is grown and harvested before making it to our houses. There are some fun activities to go with this in September (Cheetos pollination) just to name one! Social Studies we will be focusing on our families and home environments. Just for a well-rounded month we are also going to study about Madagascar. We look forward to you joining us on our journey!


Lily Boda

2nd Grade & 3rd Grade

Hello, Welcome back,

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas break and is ready to start back into their studies.  We will be getting right back into it.  Starting on our math, spelling, writing, reading, and Bible.  For the month of January, we will be finishing up Ancient Rome for History talking about Cesar.  For Science we will be talking about the properties of matter, what matter is, hot and cold matter, and different kinds of matter.  I hope you are all looking forward to being back. I am excited to see you all.  It is still cold outside so please wear appropriate clothing and jackets because we do try to get outside when we can.  Thank you for all you do. If you need anything or have any questions, please let me know my door is always open.


Mrs. Dani

2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher

Live, Laugh, Love, and Dance like no one is watching

4th Grade – 6th Grade

Happy New Year to all of you! 2020 ended differently than we may have expected but I still focus on the word of God that states in Philippians 1:6 “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ”

Our class is growing and developing every day. It was very exciting to see all of the students come back and share their holiday adventures with our class.

We are continuing with our study of the Reformation. We have explored the power that the Catholic church had during the 15th and 16th centuries and how our modern-day churches developed due to people like Martin Luther, who against the Catholic Church (government) stood up and expressed their challenges with how things were happening. We are also continuing to look at protecting Earth’s resources, such as air and water. We have explored and researched air quality around the world and how what we use can help or hinder the quality of our earth’s resources.


In the Bible, we are digging deeper into the story of Paul and Silas and their experience in the Roman jail. We are learning that when we dedicate our lives to the work of the Lord, it’s not always easy. Paul and Silas were great examples of rejoicing in the Lord despite what is going on around them. Our memory verse is Philippians 4:4- “Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say Rejoice!”. Our next memory verse will be Philippines 4:8 “Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable- if there is any moral excellence and if there is any praise- dwell on these things”


Many Blessings!


Mrs. Micah


Welcome to Fall! and quarter two! I hope all of my students enjoy their fall break and come back refreshed for our second quarter. This quarter we will be studying the book Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepety in Contemporary Literature. This is a historical fiction novel about a Lithuanian girl’s experience being taken by the Soviet Secret Police during World War II. We will continue cooking in the kitchen for our Health and Nutrition class and discuss the topics of mindfulness and mental health. We will also continue working on our country projects working on the country Mongolia.

Best Regards,

Mrs. Howard

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