Welcome to Pueblo Christian Academy



We are excited to announce we are opening a second preschool/ pre-k classroom! Our preschool/ pre-k classes are educational learning through play. Each week subjects such as geography, science, and reading are taught to the students. The play based educational learning allows for the students to grow both academically and socially.


The K-2 class is excited to announce classroom science units for next year! This allows the students to perform more science experiments. The K-2 classroom also uses hands-on learning for many other subjects.


The 3-5 classroom uses a combination of classroom techniques to advance the students’ understanding of subjects such as History, English, Math,


The Secondary Education classroom is excited to be moving to a new area in the building! This will allow for the students’ continued success. Students use a combination of online and in-person teaching and enrichments to create a well-rounded 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.



Our preschool/ pre-K is excited to announce the addition of a second classroom for the 2017-2018 school year. The program uses a learn through play approach which the students adore.

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Hello Parents and Guardians!
Welcome back to school! Every month will have a theme that crosses over into each area of study, this month’s theme is Insects! Going along with this theme, I am excited to share with you that we have a presenter coming to visit us from Heritage Acre Market to speak with us about beekeeping. They will be here at 9am on Monday, August 14th. There will be a live observable bee hive safely encased in clear plastic so our students can watch the insects in action as well as beekeeping outfits to try on and honey tasting. Each class will also be focusing on one state each month and the information we’ve put together will be presented to the rest of the school at the end of the month. Our state for August is Wisconsin! I look forward to this month and getting to know each of my new students.

3rd Grade – 5th Grade

Well, the time has finally come! BACK TO SCHOOL!!! While parents are excited that summer has come to a close, our students may be a little somber as they make their way to their classrooms. But don’t worry, August will be a great month spent getting to know each other! Our science lessons this month will be full of creepy crawlers as we begin studying bug and insects. We are excited to have a local bee keeper come and share new information with us. Throughout this month, we will head to the beginning of the Bible; In Genesis, we will begin to explore God’s character, his grace and his love for us! We will then be discussing ways to apply it to our everyday lives and the community that surrounds us. As a class, we will begin reading “The Whipping Boy” by Sid Fleischman where we will take a journey exploring heroism, courage, bravery and friendship!


In the month of August we will be delving deep into the literary work of “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank. Some of you have read the book before however, this time, we (as a class) will be engaged in several deep discussions regarding this book. We will explore the deep thoughts, feelings, and dreams that Anne held inside and only confided to her diary. Her life was cut very short but we do get a chance to get to know who Anne was by reading and
discussing her diary.

In the month of August we will also be studying Bees. On August 14th we will have a visitor from Heritage Acres Market (a beekeeping farm located in Pueblo West) come and give a presentation about bees. Our class will be studying the effects of living life without bees and how that will impact our nations food supply and a glimpse into what other areas of life could be impacted if bees were to become extinct.
This month my students will also be studying Virginia and West Virginia. My students will give presentations at the end of the month. I will be sending out more information on the state projects after the conclusion of our first week of school.

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