My daughter joined PCCS in 1st grade and is currently in her last year of middle school. She has many great friends and the other parents are wonderful. We do not attend church, but have found the school to be very accepting. My daughter has grown to be a young lady that is able to make wise decisions from the base teaching at PCCS. The classes are small so she is able to get ample attention from the teachers. We have heard several stories of bullying at the feeder pattern schools in our area, but our daughter is fortunate to not have experienced bullying at PCCS. The teachers go above and beyond!
- submitted by a
May 20, 2011
I have 3 children currently at this wonderful school. I have a daugther graduating in 2 weeks and 2 boys in lower grades. What a wonderful ,nurturing school. This school is welcoming of all faiths and of all learning styles. You will not find a better education for your money in this area. The teachers are so committed to these children. I would encourage you to visit this school and see for yourself. I have been extremely pleased. There are some opportunities for improvement in administration as with all schools, nothing is perfect. But this is pretty darn close!!!
- submitted by a
January 19, 2011
My daughter has been so lucky to attend PCCS. She has a few favorite teachers and a great best friend. However, the middle school bullying is alive and well at this school. There are a few girls that have made my daughter's time at this school horrible. I have complained many times to the principal, but it still continues. My advice to parents looking to send their daughters to this school: if your child is popular and perfect and a Christian, you are golden. If your child has learning differences and was not raised in a strict Christian household, then be prepared to be ostracized. The middle school mom's are a clique that rule the parking lot.
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