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,

This month preschoolers will be learning about things that fly, construction, transportation, and welcome fall.  Our colors for the month are blue and brown.  Shape of the month is square.  Letters we are learning are schwa A, B, k sound C and s sound C.  Numbers of the month are 2, 3, 4 and 5.  The bible stories we will be studying are Creation-sin, Noah built a boat, Noah leads the animals, Flood begins/God’s promise.

Parents please bring water bottles to be left at school from Monday-Friday.  For napping please bring in reusable shopping bag, no plastic.  Also please have children wear appropriate shoes for outdoor activities

As a reminder the school will close early on Friday September 4th and be closed on Monday September 7th in observation of Labor Day.

Thank you

Mrs. Linda & Ms. Crystal

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

Hi everyone

I cannot believe it’s been a month since school started and it has just flown by.  My kiddos had a good time learning about ecosystems and Mount Rushmore this past month.  This month we are going to talk about Habitats and how they change for our science unit.  For History we will be Exploring the west.  I feel we are also getting in the groove of our routine.  We read our books in the morning, then we move into corrections.  After that we do our math and then bible after snack and recess.  Soon it’s lunch and recess after that we practice handwriting or phonics depending on the day. During the day we practice spelling and reading.  On reading A to Z we read our books and listen to them throughout the week and take our quizzes on Friday mornings before we go to specials. We try to touch on spelling and reading every day during class and that is usually the only homework unless your kiddo hasn’t finished math or writing in class, which is unusual that it doesn’t get finished. This Friday is a half day, kiddos need to be picked up by 12:30 and we are closed for Labor Day on Monday the 7th.

My door is always open for questions or concerns so please keep in touch.

Thank you for all you guys are doing already.

Mrs. Dani

2nd/3rd grade Teacher

4th Grade – 6th Grade

Hello families!


It is so exciting to be moving into our 2nd month of school! While we have made some adjustments with morning routines, lunch routines and end of day task, this school has begun, and we are doing great! We are continuing to study world rivers and will move into world lakes this month during history and geography. In Science, we are continuing to look at the life cycles of animals and plants, recognizing traits that are passed down from parent to offspring. Our memory verses in the Bible are:

1 Peter 3:15 But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect,  

Romans 10:13 : for, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.”

This month our class will be focusing on the country of Iceland for our school presentation! Please encourage your student to be researching and finding cool facts to help make our presentation fun and interactive.


Please remember, this Friday September 4th is a half day. Students will need to be picked up by 12:30 pm. Monday September 7th, the school will be closed in observance of Labor Day. There will be no staff on campus.

Mrs. Micah Decker

4th-6th Grade Teacher

Pueblo Christian Academy


Our junior high and high school class has gotten off to a great start this year! In September we will continue reading Delirium in our Contemporary Literature class. We will also be spending more time in the kitchen starting off the month making homemade pasta sauce, gnocchi, and salad with Italian vinaigrette for lunch. We will be studying Uzbekistan for our monthly project and look forward to our second presentation. As a reminder, all students must bring a mask to school each day. Thank you!

Best Regards,

Mrs. Howard

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