Welcome to Pueblo Christian Academy



Last 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.


Welcome fall season!

Here is what we are learning about this October: nocturnal animals, fire safety, pumpkins, and harvest. Our colors are orange/black. Our shape is the triangle. Our letters are long e, schwa e, f and g. Our numbers are 8, 9, 10, and 11. Our bible stories are 7 good years / 7bad years, baby Moses/burning bush, the ten plagues, crossing the red sea. We have our monthly presentations that we are working on and we are practicing our Christmas program songs.


Please remember to send children with water bottle, extra clothes in backpacks and a light jacket we do go outside daily. No flip flops please.


Thank you,

Miss Linda, Miss Trish, Miss Tamara

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Hey there all! So if I am posting this it means another month has flown by. In the first week of October we will be finishing up the culture of Mexico and our Magnet science unit. Then we will be heading into our first break of the year Fall Break from October 7th till October 21st. When we return on the 21st we will jump back into spelling, reading, math, writing, and bible. I am combining the rest of October and November together so for Science we will be talking about continents and oceans where they are and what we might find if we visit them. For History we will be talking about Ancient China and their culture should be fun. I’m not sure the weather so you may want to send a light jacket when we get to that time. I hope you all had a fun and refreshing break. Thanks for all you do.

Door is always open
Live, Laugh, Love
Ms. Dani
K-2 Teacher

3rd Grade – 6th Grade

Happy Fall Y’all!!
We are closing out this quarter diving deep into the ocean. Our students will be peering into the ocean blue, exploring its depth, salinity of water, as well as various creatures that lurk in the sunlight, twilight, midnight, and trench zones of the ocean. During our time of history, we have jump back into the Ice Age. We are looking at the first Americans that roamed our land. These ancestral people survived through ice, snow and many animals to lay the foundation of who we are today. We have completed the entire book of Job in Bible. We took a break from our traditional lessons do the curiosity of our class, to figure out what exactly happened to Job. The students were very excited to see how our God is a healer and a restorer!! We have moved into the story of Deborah as a Judges. No matter what God is asking us to do, he is faithful to equipped us for the task at hand. No matter who you are, male or female, God can still use you. Have courage that he will be beside you and be your guide. We are all ready for FALL BREAK, October 7th-18th. Please let the office know if your student is planning on being at school during intercession.


Be encouraged!!!!


Mrs. Micah


October is here and our Middle and High Schoolers are busy working on all their on-line courses Plus our Monthly Presentations!

On Fridays this semester I am teaching a Lego Mindstorm Robotics class to the 5th through high school students. So far, the students have really enjoyed this addition to their Friday schedule. All students from 3rd through 12th grade are also working on a musical production “A Villainous Night to Remember” that is to be performed on October 25th.  We are almost to the end of our first quarter which ends October 4th. Please know I am here to assist with any questions my students may have and our parent teacher conferences are on October 23rd and 24th from 4 to 5:30 so please schedule your time slot with the office.

Thank you,

Mrs. Howard

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