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This year PCA added a third preschool/ pre-k classroom and it is a great success. Here 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.


In our K-2 class, this year we have hands on science experiments! This classroom also uses many other hands-on learning for other subjects. 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 Third 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.

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 enrichments 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 geography reports to allow students to learn about areas outside of Colorado.


The month of March our themes are underground, jungle, rainforest and welcome to Spring. Colors of the month are green and yellow, and the shape is oval. Our letters of the March are Q, R, S, and T. Our numbers of the month are 25-28. Our wonderful bible stories are The Good Samaritan, Mary and Martha, The lost sheep, and the prodigal son.

March is still cold, please have your child dress appropriately and please make sure they have a jacket.

Thank you,

-Miss Beulah, Miss Trish, and Miss Linda

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

I am not sure about all of you but I am ready for spring so we must be going into March.  We don’t have much this month because we are coming up to our spring intersession.  In the first full week we will be working on our spelling, reading, math and bible. We are finishing up fairy tales for history and I hope all my students have enjoyed it as much as I have. In Science, we are finishing up dinosaurs and I think they enjoyed making their fossils. Then we are off for 2 weeks, March 11th thru the 22nd returning on the 25th.  So, for the last week we will start new units for history and science.  In history we will be talking about the US civil war and the people during that time and for science we will be talking about Earth and why we need to take care of it.  Thank you all for all you do and all the support we have in this school.  Please remember to send your kiddo in a warm coat as it is still cold outside and there may be snow on the ground. Sometimes, we may just step outside to run around for a minute for that fresh air.

Live, Laugh, Love Have a wonderful break as well!

Ms. Dani K thru 2nd Grade Teacher

3rd Grade – 6th Grade

March will be a short month for us here in the classroom. Spring break is creeping closer and closer! If you are enrolled in Spring Intercession, we will continue to see you. But our traditional classroom will be on Spring Break beginning March 11th and class will resume on March 25th. I hope that you all will enjoy your time off with family and friends! March and April will be pushed together for us. We will be exploring space throughout the month of March and April. We will have an opportunity to look at our Earth as well as the other planets that comprise our solar system. In social studies will be taking on the American Revolution. The students will have the opportunity to explore this huge event in our American history; looking into the important people and the events that led up to and contributed to the American Revolution. We are continuing to explore the missionary journey of Paul during our bible study! The school year is quickly coming to a close, we are all excited and nervous. I am so proud of all of our accomplishments achieved throughout this 2018-2019 school year and I am very excited to begin planning for the new and fun adventures we will take place during the 2019-2020 school year. Please make sure that you get your students registered for the 2019-2020 school year to ensure that they have a guaranteed place for next school year. A few dates to remember Spring Break begins March 11th. Class will begin again March 25th. When we return to school after Spring Break, we will begin an all school fundraiser selling Popcorn. There is a $7 and a $14 bag of various types of popcorn. We have an awesome opportunity to bring back 50% of sales back to the school! Even better, the money that your family raises can be applied directly to your registration fee for the 2019-2020 school year. This means that if your family sells $500 worth of popcorn, you will have those fees paid!  Let’s get to selling POPCORN! Also, the family who sells the most will be awarded a 28′ TV. March 16th is our walk to support Brian’s Bunch! April 10th is our fundraiser with Pizza Ranch. Please come out and help us serve and bring your family in for dinner with the PCA family and community! April 17th we will have an all school field trip to Bent’s Old Fort. Please send your students with a sack lunch for this day (there will be no staff at PCA on this day).

Happy winter/spring to you all!

Love, Ms Micah



February was full of fun raising funds for the Shriners Club as well as auditioning and starting rehearsals for our play in May! In March we will continue to work on memorizing our lines and rehearsing for the play. Lines should be memorized by the end of break on March 25.

Students will start research on president Nixon this month in preparation for our presentation in April; notes, an outline, and rough draft of an essay are due at the end of the month on March 29.

Hope everyone has a fabulous break!

Mrs. Edens

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