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PK-12
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Arlington, TX
Students enrolled: 845
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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2201 W Park Row Dr
Arlington, TX 76013

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(817) 460-3315
(817) 277-6749
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November 07, 2014
Like the other reviewers said, at first everything is great, then the longer you are there, the more negative situations from administration level down you will encounter that makes you question why "Christian" is in the title. The biggest problem for the school is the upper level management. & the fact the same rules do not apply to everyone. This could be a fantastic school, but they are ruining it. There is unchecked bullying, favoritism, and no accountability for antagonistic/careless/dangerous children. They do NOT address things as they should & negligent on taking care of serious issues properly. They make a huge deal out of the trivial/petty things & sweep things of importance under the rug. They will deny things they don't want to address then turn the tables & do subversive things to "out" you &/or your child & make you look like the "complainer" & the one at fault as they hide behind the cross and quote scripture. Their tactics are absolutely sickening. If good management, academics that aren't rushed through, a safe emotional/physical environment, fairness, accountability & reasonable tuition costs is important, then look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2014
PCA has been our home for nearly five years. We just finished the Christmas Season w/ class parties and gift giving; I can confirm a very active Christian atmosphere is alive and well at PCA! It is very obvious the children love their teachers and the teachers love their students. My wife and I moved our child to PCA for kindergarten and I have been sold on the product offering since day one. The school offers an academic challenge that our child wakes up to each morning ready to tackle. PCA offers just the right amount of homework, studying, and fun activities for students and parents alike. The students are proud of the school and what the school brings towards helping them achieve their goals. PCA has been blessed with many fantastic teachers and administrators being part of the halls. We are blessed to be a part of the PCA family.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2014
We have been at PCA for two years and couldn't be happier with our choice! (We even drive from Dallas everyday to attend.) All the teachers, leadership, and everyone we've come in contact with, including the custodians, have been been so nice and beyond helpful. Between the nurturing yet structured environment to the challenging curriculum, our child feels loved, safe, inspired and is learning above his grade level...we are truly blessed to have found PCA!

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2014
We are continually impressed with the curriculum, staff, and overall atmosphere of PCA. I have never experienced such a supportive and caring teacher/parent relation as it is here. The phonics curriculum is the best around, weekly chapels are very meaningful, and every special musical program has been a blessing to our family. Come see how God can bless your family too at PCA.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2014
I have had my kids at PCA for three years. I started them both when my girl was in 2nd grade and my boy was in 6th grade. I can tell you it was the best decision that my husband and I have ever made. The entire staff has bought into the 'Distinctively Christian' education model. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you take a look at PCA.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2014
My students have attended PCA for several years. The first year you are there everything is great, but then the longer you are there the more you will encounter daily situations from the administration level down that will make you question why the word Christian is in the title. YOU will as a parent will have to continually email the teachers asking them to update the online grading system because if you are not proactive weekly, your student will be given a 0 for assignments that you know have been done and turned in and yet the teacher has misplaced or lost,yet the student gets the 0. This happens in JR. high and High school classes and has been made known by multiple parents to administration but nothing is done to fix it . They have an awesome basketball ,volleyball, soccer coaches, however their baseball and football programs are constantly in TERMOIL and does not look out for the interest of the student. The administration operates on a cover up and delay technique: it is easier for them to cover up a situation and hope it will just disappear then to try and make things right or deal with issues. This review is TRUTHFUL. At one time we loved PCA to.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2014
Our son has attended public school since kindergarten. Every year we have had good experiences, and we are thankful for the teachers and administrators who have invested in his education and development. But as he entered Jr. High, we began to pray about attending PCA. It was important to us that he not just obtain a good experience, but rather a Godly experience. I can say with without hesitation that from day one our son has encountered Godly coaches, teachers, administrators, students, parents, band directors, and counselors. He has thrived both academically. Athletically, and musically. Our son has even been given a Godly response and rich counsel when he has made a less than wise choice in the classroom and on the field of play. We are extremely grateful that God has answered our prayer in the manner in which He has by using PCA. We plan on sending our two younger children to PCA in upcoming years.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2014
Pantego Christian Academy is a joke! They are so far behind in so many areas. They are over priced for the education they offer. They do not have a cafeteria yet they try to promote healthy eating-- kinda hard to do with no cafeteria to prepare fresh food, each day. They are way behind in technology. The administration staff changes before the school year is over Depending on who you are, there are different sets of rules for different families. In the lower grades, there is way too much bullying that is allowed & not addressed. The middle school/ jr high is behind in technology as well. There are so many better schools out there- think hard before you spend your money here!

- submitted by a community member
February 08, 2014
My daughter is a graduating from PCA and will attend Baylor next fall. Last week, we met with the head of Baylor's Medical school. As the professor was describing what they were looking for in their candidates, It dawned on me that he was describing the vision of Pantego Christian Academy. For the last 13 years, my children have had real world/problem based learning opportunities.This had prepared them to think critically and succeed in any academic setting. My children have been mentored by incredible men and women who love the Lord, and truly care about their students.From Kindergarten through 12th grade- the PCA teachers and staff are the BEST! Servant-Leadership Opportunities, competitive academics and sports- PCA offers it all!

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2014
Pantego Christian Academy is not a stuffy or strict school. While there are certainly standards for decorum and respect, the atmosphere is really one of grace and encouragement to be your personal best. I feel like excellence is taught, encouraged and nurtured, but never demanded. Our children truly feel a mutual respect between student and teacher. When a child falls short, there's grace, understanding, encouragement and/or consequence, depending on the situation. But there's never shame, never an atmosphere of competition and our teachers are so real in who they are, and how they sometime struggle too. I really felt compelled to make sure I shared that with you, because it is a very important part of confidence building,and the overall extraordinary experience our three children have at Pantego. Thank you! Jeff and Erin Steed

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2013
If you are looking for a school where everyone plays by the same rules, this school is NOT it. Administrative leadership continues to be a problem. Weigh carefully what is important to you when looking at this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2013
The school's staff and teachers really care about their students' well being, whether it be academic or spiritual. With the respective administrative changes I was a little hesitate this school year but very impressed by the leadership of the new assistant princple Mr. Price. Any issues we have had at the school we have brought to the attention of either the teachers or the principle and they are discussed or resolved headon. I, as a parent, feel free to discuss or have access to any teacher or the principle and discuss anything. My children are ahead of the rest in academics and are closer to the Lord than I ever was at their age, which is something I totally admire and feel that we need more of nowadays! Go PCA!

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2013
God is at the center of PCA Mansfield and you not only see it, you FEEL it. You FEEL it when you are welcomed at the door with a smile, you FEEL it when a prayer request form is in each room. You FEEL it on Wednesday mornings when you hear the students sing praises in worship. You FEEL it when your child is referred to as a SCHOLAR. From Ms. Robyn who greets us at the door to Ms. Heather the lunch lady, Mansfield PCA is a well oiled machine that will last a lifetime. We even have a teacher that was a student that came back! Ms. Robyn knows at the drop of a dime whether or not our son had to use his inhaler, Ms. Heather knows in a split second if our Kindergartener ate her whole sandwich or just half. The classroom teacher is working with us to help our second grader use his time more efficiently. They even have a tutor come in to help those who are struggling academically. The staff bends over backward to accommodate the families. But you would never hear it. PCA Mansfield has a staff of humble, God loving people that go about their business and Godly duty without bringing attention to themselves. At PCA Mansfield, I know that our family is safe, valued and respected.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2012
The wonderful benefits of working at Pantego Christian Academy, and with our staff and students, hit me yesterday while visiting with some other teachers after church. I had lunch with some friends who teach at different schools around Arlington and Mansfield. As my friends sat and groaned at the thought of the approaching school year, and lamented the disrespect they get from their students, and the lack of support they feel from their administrators, I found myself sitting very quietly. I simply had nothing to add to the conversation. I wanted to boast about all of the joys of working with great kids who are honest, respectful and seeking God's heart. I wanted to share the camaraderie and support among fellow teachers, and the warmth and genuine interest taken by many of the administrators and school leaders. I couldn't find a single way to join the conversation without feeling like I was bragging. But the experience reminded me what a blessing it is to work for such an amazing, loving, supportive and high-standard school. Please check out PCA! We would love to share our love of learning and the Lord with any child!

- submitted by a teacher
June 25, 2012
Our kids have been attending this school for the last 8 years and we look forward to another great year. Parents that really care about their child's spiritual as well as academic growth will find a safe harbor here. The teachers in this school have multiple accreditation and are very caring and involved with each student, as well as being loving and fair. The school recently announced it is hiring a campus pastor to further invest in our childrens' spiritual growth and guidance. The teachers and staff in this school are already excellent Christian examples so this addition will really take the experience up a notch. We really enjoy the principals at all levels of the school and feel they set the tone for the way kids are treated, which is great! We are also excited to see the new Basketball Court and new additions to the high school when school starts back up. Last thought is that we really enjoy the other families we've gotten to know in the school. They are good, friendly, caring people and we are constantly amazed and grateful for how supportive of each other we are all able to be!

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2012
1st year at PCA/Elementary. Overall, a WONDERFUL school. Love the small groups of kids/caring atmosphere. They truly teach the kids good study habits & great values. So nice to be able to pray in school. A few small suggestions that upper level management needs to pay attention to: 1.)As a paying parent, we should have more of a say academically. Surveys, feedback, suggestions, ideas.. 2.)How about a yearbook in the school colors?! 3.)Favoritism was slightly apparent during the school year but even more revealing in the memories video made at the end of school. 4.)For the high price of tuition, upper level management should not rely on the parents to supply everything when it comes to parties/events/supplies/snacks. 5.)Why no "show & tell"? 6.)Upper level mgt. needs to always ensure PCA students are doing at least as good and preferably better academically than public schools yet at the same time think of creative ways not to overwhelm them. 7.)Why no recycling bins beside the trash cans? None of these things were dealkillers to us, just made us question the decisions of upper level management. Love the school, just think there are some improvements that could be made.

- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2011
My son is enjoying being apart of the PCA Panthers! He has met plenty of friends that he talks about dearly everyday. He loves all of his teachers and the rigor he's getting in his academics. Trey is also apart of the band. He stated to me that he has a new favorite subject this year which is Bible. He comes home everyday holding bible study with me. He enjoys all of his subjects. However, he had to get use to the Spelling content because he was accustom to taking a spelling test on vocabulary words. In Essence, Trey has adjusted well to PCA and enjoys coming to school everyday. Thanks so much for what you all do.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2011
My son is in his first year at PCA starting with 7th grade. He spent his elementary days at our local public school so we were a bit apprehensive about the transition. He seems to be adjusting just fine, has made friends and has done really better than we even expected with his grades. We are enjoying the constant communication and feedback from the teachers and staff at PCA and the ease with which information is readily available. We are very happy that we chose PCA and that Brooks has adapted so well. I think that is a testament to all of the staff at PCA that tney have made this such an easy transition.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2011
We have had one child graduate and currently have a child attending high schooll at PCA. Our experience has been overwhelmingly positive for both children, in academics and in the focus on each child's spiritual development and unique personality. Academics throughout the Academy are strong and continually improving. With the one-to-one tablet program and growing focus on innovative teaching, my child (and his friends) are far more engaged in, and responsible for, their education than ever before. The academics prepare them to succeed at select colleges. More importantly, I am very grateful to have an educational partner in PCA that is as focused and interested with my children's spiritual development as we are. The Bible courses, integration of biblical worldview in every subject, chapel, and mentoring by coaches, teachers and older students have all contributed dramatically to our kids' spiritual development and ability to defend their faith intellectually and logically. I can find great academics at several schools in the area but I cannot find another school that combines the academics, technology, athletics/extracurricular and Christian worldview as successfully as PCA.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2011
My boys have attended the Mansfield PCA campus since it opened, and I can't imagine sending them anywhere else. The school is like a family, the staff is amazing, and my children are getting an education and learning about God every day! The class sizes are small which gives my children the opportunity to get one on one attention. They are ahead of the National average in all subjects and their knowledge of the Bible is awesome! I love this school!!

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2011
We love Pantego Christian Academy and the evident influence its Christian-based curriculum already has on our child. This summer during Vacation Bible Camp, a worship leader discussed John 3:16, then asked any of the kids if they knew it. Our 7 year old raised her hand and went up on the stage in front of 800 other kids and 400 adults and recited all of John 3:16. It was part of her Bible curriculum during first grade, so we knew she knew it. What we didn't know was she also felt so comfortable with both the verse and its meaning, she could easily grab a microphone and recite it in front of more than 1000 people. We love the parents, children and teachers in this school and the continuity between our values at home and their values at school. We encourage any family seeking a highly academic, Christian based school "family" to take a tour at PCA. Ask lots of questions and meet the people who will influence your children. You may be surprised at how strongly you're drawn to this school after you learn more about it.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2011
My children have been at PCA since preK / Kindergarten and are now in the 8th and 10th grades. Prior to making the decision to enroll them in PCA, I taught for AISD for 10 years. I watched as bad behavior and teaching to the test cheated so many deserving students out of valuable learning time.I knew there had to be something better. We found it- PCA. My husband and I have NEVER regretted our decision! I can't even begin to explain what PCA means to us. The faculty and staff is a family of believers who know and love my children and work selflessly to challenge them academically and grow them spiritually. Through PCA from March-July 2011 my children have had opportunities to travel, do mission work, attend an Apologetics Conference, participate in sports and extracurricular activities, earn college credit and attend academic and art contests. That is only in the last four months. It would take pages to list the highlights from the last 10 years. If you are looking for a family of believers who will prepare your child to fulfill God s call in all aspects of their lives, then you have found Pantego Christian Academy!

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2011
I recently visited an AISD Junior high to get a comparison of what my child is learning at PCA and found that the 8th grade science class is learning and performing activities that PCA doesn't provide until the Jr/Sr years. Their other classes are also doing computer related projects that put PCA's high school to shame. It is no wonder my child does not feel challenged. PCA has no checks on whether or not the teachers are teaching what they need to be teaching and whether or not they are keeping up with other schools and students. It is no wonder why their SAT/ACT scores are always so low. Putting my children at PCA was one of the worst decisions I've ever made. There are some good teachers and parents try to be involved as does the middle school principal. The problems start with the school board, administrators, hs principal, and athletic dept who aren't focused on academics. And the elementary is good. Even the teachers know the high school is lacking - just ask them how many of their kids went to public school after elementary at PCA.

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2011
Today was our last day of the school year and I have to say, I have a hard act to follow this summer. The structure, fun and standards of excellence the school has perfected to lead our children will be something I strive to replicate at home. I have weekly Bible verses planned, a great habit we picked up from school. We'll continue to say the pledge to the Bible and the pledge to the Christian flag at home this summer. We have such great fellowship with PCA families we look forward to lots of playdates and get-togethers. I'm bummed school is out for the summer- not because my kids will be home all day every day, which is a blessing to our family, but because PCA is truly worthy of a 365 day a year experience.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2011
Over the last 13 years I have seen and been amazed at the growth in PCA. The administration works diligently to make PCA a healthy Christian environment for the students to grow & prepare for their years ahead. Lots of blood, sweat and prayers are poured into this school. There are outstanding students and teachers working together with outstanding accomplishments.

- submitted by a community member
May 04, 2011
As the school year comes to a close, I am prayerfully thankful for this year and the wonderful experience it was for our child. As a parent, I was welcomed to volunteer and be a part of as much of the school experience as I wanted to. I was able to spend a lot of time in the classroom, on field trips and at school activities and got to know the Mansfield campus elementary principal, staff, students and families well. I can't say enough about the positive learning environment this school creates. The very small class sizes, the camaraderie fostered among students and families and the very open expression of worshiping God and behaving according to His character add up to a priceless experience. We are so very blessed to be a part of Pantego Christian Academy

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2011
I am a PCA Dad, and was very resistant to the idea of putting our children in this school- sticker shock initially put me on the hunt for reasons *not* to enroll. Because I am also an accountant and wanted to truly examine the value of public vs. private education, I did some heavy research. I found that what I pay in school taxes, multiplied by the property I own and members of our family, cost more than a PCA education. Further, when we re-did our childrens' clothing budget to calculate for uniforms vs. outfits, accessories and shoes, we again came out ahead. But what stopped me in my tracks, and booted me out of my "dollar" mindset was the tour, where we met the educators and school leadership. I was actually ashamed that I had tried to value this based on dollars when I encountered a Christian atmosphere that instills good character, personal excellence, superior education and an environment a cold dollars and sense guy like myself can only describe as warm and embracing. We are now in our 5th year and after tithing and savings, PCA is our families top budget priority each year. In a word, PRICELESS!!!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2011
Ask a lot of questions before choosing this school. Even though "Christian" is in the name of school, this is not the case in how the students treat each other. And the sad thing is the administration is slow or lacking in addressing this problem. There are no expectations set for character traits after first grade. The mentality is that "we" don't have those problems here. But unfortunately, meaness and bullying run rampanant while everyone turns a blind eye and hopes the problem will correct itself. There is also a problem with nepotism concerning teacher's kids in the middle and upper grades. While everything is in place here for a great school, it isn't happening. Lack of leadership is a problem.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2011
We have attended PCA since the mid 1990's. We selected PCA for its academic environment, which is grounded in scriptural principals. Our two children have been positively challenged by the curriculum. Through PCA's dual-credit and advanced placement courses in the upper school, our oldest carried 33 college credit hours into college and continues to excel in a Division I school's Honors Program. The math, science and english courses at PCA prepared our student well for the rigors of a university program. We anticipate that our second child will achieve a similar credit placement upon graduation from PCA. Our children have had the opportunity to mentor other PCA students. They have participated in service and mission trips locally, across the state, in New Orleans and the Southeastern United States, and in the Carribean and in Mexico. PCA is developing a sister-school relationship with an organization in Western Africa with the intent of providing cross-cultural learning and ministry. Through these experiences, our children have developed an understanding of and appreciation for God's grace and blessings in their lives, and the responsibility that goes along with these blessings.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2011
Tuesday, April 5 is the tuition due date for the 2011-12 school year, and as we prepare to pay that tuition fee, my husband and I take pause and consider the value proposition of PCA. How much is spiritual and academic development worth? For our family, the development our children receive from PCA is "priceless". We have been involved with PCA for 9 years and have witnessed the school's evolution. Our children perform at an academic level that is well beyond their public school peers. I give credit to the school for much of their spiritual growth, as they spend 7 hours a day 5 days a week seeing, hearing and learning from Christian educators, who glorify God through their teaching. Each day as my children get out of the car, I am at peace knowing God's protection is over the school and that through those doors there is a safe environment with loving individuals who will protect my child. As a family we are enriched by the relationships with other families that we meet through the school, families that have similar goals for their children. So, with 100% certainty that PCA is a great value proposition, our family will continue investing in PCA.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2011
This is our family's first year at Pantego Christian Academy and we are so humbled to be part of such a powerful, amazing Christian and academic "family." We love the positive influence on our daughter from all sides- teachers, administrators, other students and other families. We feel the environment nurtures her own sweet and positive nature, something I feel can be broken down in a child too easily in this world. We are also extremely pleased with the advanced curriculum and the way it's taught. Our daughter is thriving academically, and we are so proud. We are continually surprised, not just by the content but by her mastery of it. My husband and I agree she's a MUCH smarter and well educated child than either of us at her age. But to me the very most important aspect of this experience is the prayer in school and strong Christian environment. Our teachers pray daily with our children. Our daughter is seeing older children in the school who boldy offer up prayer in large group settings with comfort and ease. I'm so thankful this is modeled for her. PCA has exceeded our expectations in every area and we pray all three of our kids will be PCA graduates some day!

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2011
I would think long and hard before I you send your child to this school. Minorities are treated horribly at this school. I was a little apprehensive about sending my child there due to the lack of diversity but my husband and I decided to try it. I should have followed my motherly instinct and continued my search. My child and other minorities in this school were treated as inferior in several different aspects (extra curricular activities, school plays, athletics, as well as different treatment from teachers, students, and even the parents). Not to mention that the children were mean and bullied my child and would even make racist remarks, not just to my child but to other students of other nationalities. I'm thinking wow, this is 2010. Where does all of this hatred come from? I did not expect to encounter this type of behavior at a so called "Christian" school. We had always heard good things about PCA until we experienced it for ourself. We have since chosen another private school in the area and we couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2011
This is our first year as a PCA family and we couldn't be happier. We decided to enroll at Pantego after attending a Preview Night when our son was three years old. After meeting the teachers and administrators our decision was easy...he would be a Panther.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2011
We have 2 daughters that have attened PCA for 6 years now. Our girls are receiving a top notch, college prep, Christian education. We have been blessed by all of the wonderful families we have become so close with over the years, which is a huge support system. The teachers are prayer warriors for our children. Not only are they teaching them great academics, but Christian leadership and life skills needed for a successful future.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2011
I have 2 chidren that attend PCA. We have been at this school for 7 years now and LOVE it! The small town atmosphere as well as small class size gives my children the cofidence and attention they need to succeed. Both my children love attending school and have huge school pride. The most important thing about PCA is the Christian atmosphere and the love that the teacher's show our children. You can definitely tell the teachers care about what they are doing as well as each and every child. We couldn't be happier with PCA. I highly recommend our school!

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2011
I have 2 children at PCA. One is in elementary (started in the early childhood program) and the other in middle school (started in Kindergarten). Has it always been perfect. Nope. However, what a wonderful group of teachers and administrators that work everyday to provide a great environment for my children. Mr. Brown is an incredible Band teacher...kids of all ages truly enjoy his leadership. Mrs McCord is an amazing Kindergarten teacher. I can not imagine a better experience. Everyone knows Becky Frazier, she is a wonderful heart beat of our elementary. Mrs Hutto has helped one of my children enjoy reading and really been a support for us as we learn to manage dyslexia. Any time we have needed anything in Middle School, Mrs Bunker has been there for us. I could go on and on about all the great people. It saddens my heart that there are folks that had a poor experience. I hope they find happiness. For our family, we have been blessed and have loved every minute being apart of the Panther family.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2011
I am a single mom who sacrifices much to keep my daughter in private school. By no fault of our own, this is her 3rd private school. She began at PCA in 7th grade, a time that for many kids is a very difficult time to make a change. She was accepted readily by most students & teachers. By Christmas, not only did the MS teachers know her on a personal level, many of the HS teachers did as well. She was accepted with open arms into both the drama & athletic programs. The academic program is top notch, but even more importantly to me is the family atmosphere at PCA. She loves her teachers, as well as many of her friends' parents & considers many of them family! To a single mom, this is a definite plus, as I truly believe it takes a village to raise a child!!! The difference I have seen in her maturity and self-motivation has been huge & the love we have both been shown from the teachers & families at this school have been a true blessing!!! With any school, there will always be things that we would like to see done differently. However, we have been extremely happy at PCA & with God's blessing, this is where she will graduate from!!

- submitted by a parent
December 22, 2010
I have had children in both private and public schools. Our family has been involved with Pantego Christian Academy for over 25 years. Our children and now some grandchildren attend. The school is first class in all respect. Teachers really care and the class size allows them to work one on one with the students. The Christian teaching builds character and lasting values. Without hesitation, I can say this is a great education that is not available in public schools and many private schools. Bill Rosenberry

- submitted by a parent
December 21, 2010
PCA has been our home for nearly five years. We just finished the Christmas Season w/ class parties and gift giving; I can confirm a very active Christian atmosphere is alive and well at PCA! It is very obvious the children love their teachers and the teachers love their students. My wife and I moved our child to PCA for kindergarten and I have been sold on the product offering since day one. The school offers an academic challenge that our child wakes up to each morning ready to tackle. PCA offers just the right amount of homework, studying, and fun activities for students and parents alike. The students are proud of the school and what the school brings towards helping them achieve their goals. PCA has been blessed with many fantastic teachers and administrators being part of the halls. The former headmaster, Mr. Newby, did an excellent job of bringing the school to the forefront of private education offered in the DF/W area. His successor, Mr. Pritcher, has made it a personal goal to continue to outpace other private schools with a Christian atmosphere filled with love, challenges, and fun for our children. We are blessed to be a part of the PCA family.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
Pantego Christian Academy has enriched our entire family's lives. Our daughter is receiving an exceedingly high quality education based in Christian values and through all the wonderful programs that include community support, mission trips, field trip, sports activities and more, we as parents have been exposed to a continuing education program as well. We have met so many wonderful new friends through the school because of the inclusive familial environment that PCA strives for everyday. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK PCA!!!!!! GO PANTHERS!

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
We have been at Pantego Christian Academy for the five years starting each of our three children in the Early Childhood Program. It has been a decision that we do not regret. We have seen our boys grow and develop in immeasurable ways. The Christian education is top notch. All subjects are taught with excellence and with a Biblical worldview. The teachers are loving, fair, and well trained. They pray with my children everyday! What a blessing. The academics are geared toward the student and are well above what my friends children are doing in public school. PCA truly promotes Biblical community and our family is proud to be part of the PCA family.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
We love that the academics are challenging and broader in scope than what is offered in public school. We also really appreciate that the children are competing in speech meets, young author's competitions, spelling bees and science fairs. What a great time to learn public speaking and presentation skills - before they are old enough to be nervous! I love how encouraging the children are to each other, and I love watching parents treat every child as their own. There is an amazing sense of community among these families. The children (all ages) participate in various efforts to share the love of God around the world - shoe boxes for operation Christmas Child; cereal drives for the local food pantry; welcoming troops at the airport; reading the Christmas Story at a local nursing home; and mission trips hundreds of miles from home. The children are learning the Bible and applying its teaching. Most importantly, I happened to walk into the school one morning last week and notice that the faculty and staff was praying together before school started. Wow! How great it is knowing that my daughter's teachers love her enough to pray for her!

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
We have had our kids at PCA since 1999 and have been very satisified. Our original criteria was to find a Christian School that was steeped in the Word and a Christian World View, but at the same time had enough academic rigor to enable our children to compete for the best of colleges. We have watched the school go through two major recessions and yet remain financially strong. We have witnessed teachers praying for our kids and going the extra mile to help them learn when they were struggling. We have experienced the the joy of seeing a new band program, enhanced athetics and a new high school. PCA has a unique middle school program with its own principal and the high school is delivering on the academic rigor through AP and Dual Credit programs. Will we continue to be excited about our choice after 11 years, we are more excited about the future with the expansion of the technology laptop program, the expansion of the new high school and the vision the school has for the future. I'd do it all over again!

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
For the time we have spent at PCA, we have known that our daughters were getting a great education, along with the day-to-day guidance and friendships that will make a difference in their lives and, indeed, the life of our family. Every person at PCA that we have had contact with has made a difference and we are deeply grateful and hugely blessed. Today seems to be a good time to say thanks. Today, our senior received her acceptance letter to Texas A&M University, and that has been her goal. Today, her hard work and YOUR hard work have paid off in her life. She is on top of her little world today, because she has realized a goal and has begun to be more aware of what her future holds and how important these school years have been. We believe her acceptance is a blessing and a reward for her hard work and the hard work and dedication of the entire faculty and staff at PCA. We wanted to let you know the good news and again Thank You for all you do for our children every day. We feel honored and blessed to be part of the PCA family.

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2010
We have been at PCA for two years and couldn't be happier with our choice! (We even drive from Dallas everyday to attend.) All the teachers, leadership, and everyone we've come in contact with, including the custodians, have been been so nice and beyond helpful. Between the nurturing yet structured environment to the challenging curriculum, our child feels loved, safe, inspired and is learning above his grade level...we are truly blessed to have found PCA!

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2010
My children have been attending Pantego Christian since they were 1 years old. We could not be happier with the nurturing yet structured environment of PCA. The students are treated with respect and in turn have learned to be respectful of each other and the adults in their lives. The quality of education is supurb. PCA teaches the foundations from which everything else is built upon. They use games and songs to help teach the children so that they not only learn, but retain. The Christian environment is evident from the minute you step foot in the door and with every person you entounter. PCA provides positive reinforecemnt that allows the kids to excel in school and extra-curricular activities. The after school programs available through the school are amazing! I highly recommend Pantego Christian Academy.

- submitted by a parent
December 11, 2010
There is no "perfect school". We've tried public, home school, private/home school, charter, another charter, and finally private Christian. We finally found a school that meets most of our expectations. Pantego Christian Academy has been our "home" for 3 years now and we are very happy with the academics, the teachers, the leadership, and especially the environment. When I drop off my kids, I don't have an uneasy feeling. I know that they are in a loving environment where they are inspired, nurtured and challenged. Perfect? No, but by far the best we've experienced!

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2010
Pantego Christian has been great for us. The quality of the educational and after school activities has been outstanding for my child. I would recommend PCA for any of my family and friends.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2010
PCA's curriculum is far above the AISD standards. My son is in the AIM program which is a program for students who are considered gfted & talented. They meet for an entire day with a GT teacher. We have been very impressed with the attention he gets. Also, PCA creates an environment for the kids which includes positive reinforcement. All the teachers know the students by name in all grade levels. Kids learn to respect their peers & encourage each other to excel in both academics & sports. We have been very impressed with PCA & what they stand for.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2010
We have been memebers of the PCA family for seven years. We have two students at the school and are completely pleased with the quality of the education our children are receiveing. While quality academics are very important to us, having our children in a Christ-centered environment is even more important. We are so grateful that our children are receiving superior training in a Godly environment.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2010
A reviewer shouldn't make less of another parent or student's review. There are SEVERAL reviews of bullying at this school. That's great if this was NOT your experience! I was disgusted as a parent of the amount of bullying that my child and several others endured at this school and we attended for years! Yes, bullying happens everywhere and kids are mean but I am amazed how the teachers and administrators at a Christian school handled (or refused to handle it). The only thing RIDICULOUS is how a lot of students there are treated and nothing is done about it. If it hasn't happend to your child, you just wait!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2010
What a wonderful school PCA is. Our family has attended for a few years now, and could not be any happier with this school. It is a loving Christian enviroment. I have one in high school and one in elementary. Reading the last review, I disagree strongly, it's ridiculous. I have never heard or witnessed any bullying at PCA. The administration works with parents, when there are issues, I could never imagine them telling a parent who complaines to leave. We love it here, and highly recomend this school. Two Thumbs Up for this family!

- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2010
I attended PCA for a few years and I was BULLIED the entire time! I would report it and nothing was ever done. My parents were told by other parents that all "complainers" need to leave so eventually we did when we saw that the administrators weren't going to handle the problem. The teachers are concerned and caring and Christ-like until you complain about one of their favorite students or a sports star. Then they (principal, teachers, students, etc) will turn the tables on you and the students will even lie on you. They at that point will force you out . If you are looking for a Christ like environment, I suggest Grace Prep. They practice what they preach and don't show the favoritism. The DO NOT allow bullying like PCA and I feel like an equal, not a "complainer" or an outcast because I didn't participate in a clique.

- submitted by a community member
September 22, 2010
We transferred our oldest to Pantego last January. I cannot tell you the difference we have seen in him since the transfer. The loving, caring environment has been a blessing to our family. He has never felt bullied or excluded from any event. Just the opposite, in fact. We cannot be thankful enough for the grace this school has provided to our family. Our son strongly disliked going to school until the transfer. He now is ready and excited to go to school every day and looks forward to it. Not a bad attitude, coming from a High School freshman! We are so pleased with the transition and the blessings of the teachers and staff. I highly recommend PCA and look forward to the remaining High School years.

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2010
Pantego Christian Academy is an excellent school! My family has been a part of PCA for 12 years. The impact that the teachers have had on my children will last a lifetime. It is comforting to know that my children are not just receiving an excellent education, but are also being cared for by teachers who go above and beyond. The dedication of teachers and the level of parental involvement make it feel like family. Each year has been a blessing, as I see my children developing into everything God created them to be, thanks to PCA!

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2010
1. kids are mean. Public school or private school some kids are just mean. They call each other names and pick who they like and who they don't like. 2. Just because you pay tuition does not entitle your child to everything. Both of my children go to PCA. I love that I know if my child is having a bad day, his or her teacher will give them a hug. Kids need love. Children need comforting between 8AM and 4PM. God has graced PCA with wonderful loving christian teachers and staff. I am very blessed to have such wonderful children who are leaps and bounds beyond where their friends from public school are. And best of all they get to pray and learn about God.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2010
Our children have attended PCA since Elementary and are both now in High School. We highly recommend this school! It is a true blessing to receive an excellent education in a Christlike environment. Our Senior who is now making applications to college meets/exceeds the acceptance requirements for any Public or Private school in the state and has many opportunities to receive scholarships. The academic enviornment is challenging and rigorus but well worth the benefit. Our children are being eqipped with the tools they need to defend their faith in Christ. We truly believe in the return on the investment at Pantego Christian Academy.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2010
If you haven't experienced bullying at PCA, you will soon. All of the other posts that speak to bullying and favoritism are true. We sent our child to PCA for 6 years and finally left this year after 3 years of trying to get administration to do something about the mean kid problem. But, since some of these kids are teachers kids, not much can or will ever be done. And it is a stretch to leave the word "Christian" in the school's name. Sadly, there isn't much Christ-like behavior there anymore. The culture has changed in recent years from a family-oriented, Christian faith-based school to more of an elite private school. No thanks. If you are looking for a school where your families Christian values will be reinforced, KEEP LOOKING!

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2010
I spent one year as a teacher at Pantego and I can tell you it is not a place you want your child. There is favoritism all over the place, the kids are mean to each other like nothing I have seen before, there is no support for the teachers and there are many teachers teaching things they are not qualified or even interested in. Save your money, this school is not worth it.

- submitted by a teacher
July 11, 2010
This is my daughter's 3rd year at PCA. We transferred here from a public school in 1st grade. There are too many things for me to possibly list that are wonderful about this school. If this is a testimony for you, my husband was laid off last year and we agreed that we would rather lose our home than to pull her out of this school. It means that much to us. I'm bothered by the comments that money talks here. We sacrifice GREATLY to have her at this school, we are by no means rich and we have never been made to feel out of place or as if we don't belong. There are certainly wealthy families that are a part of PCA but for the most part they are middle-class families that have chosen to sacrifice to give their kids a Christian education. This school is our family.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2010
As a student of Pantego for the last 8 years, I'd certainly recommend the school to friends. In my opinion, Jr. High is the weakest area of the school, but *most* of the high school teachers are incredible. It's worth a look whether you're interested in music, biology, or literature.

- submitted by a community member
May 24, 2010
DO NOT ENROLL YOUR CHILDREN HERE! Kids are mean, teacheres pretend to care, bullying is not dealt with, and if you aren't one of the families that started in pre-k or earlier, your child will be left out. Most of the cheerleaders or lead parts in plays go to the teacher's kids or kids that have parents on the board. Not a fair place for regular kids. My daughter will not be returning next year and I heard that they school is losing quite a few of its families for the upcoming year.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 22, 2010
This school has it all...strong academics, extra-curricular activities, and a dynamic fine arts department, all under the umbrella of a Christian worldview.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2010
This is my son's first year at Pantego and we love it. The curriculum is tougher than public school, the teacher's are caring and compassionate, and the students are great too. I will definitely keep my son here until he graduates. The tuition amount is worth it here.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2010
My son has attended for the last 2 years. He is currenty in 2nd grade. This school has been a fantastic experience for us all. We feel welcomed and comfortable here. They keep school interesting and fun for my son, and have even placed him in advanced spelling after they noticed he wasn't being challenged by the current 2nd grade spelling words. They have given him the special attention he needed to keep school challenging, and he loves it!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2010
Our children have been at PCA for the last 10 years. Several things jump out as being special. 1. The size and intimacy of the campus allows for parents and students to get to know the faculty and staff on a personal way. 2. Having both a Christian World View and a challenging academic environment is preparing our kids for life with a solid foundation. 3. The breadth of the extra curricular activities allows our kids to be active in athletics, the arts, mission trips and investing in our local community through organizations like Mission Arlington. 4. We are very excited about the addition to the facilities over the years and are expecially excited about the new High School being build on the expanded site next to the current campus. 5. PCA is a family and our family's best friends and fun are rooted here. It's awesome!

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2010
It is sad in these times that this school doesn't pay attention to what is going on around them. They have raised tuition almost $900 a year per child, starting in the up coming 2010-2011 school year. No discount for families with more than one child. We are sad that our family will not be back next year. Advice to PCA: Full-time teacher's children should have full tuition paid as part of their benefits. Raise the money before starting building projects and putting the high cost on the families backs, that had no say in the matter. Do a better job at hiring speciality teachers. When there are programs, don't pick the same children for the lead parts. Give every child an equal chance to shine. We pray that PCA will return to the wonderful school they once were.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2009
We have had children at PCA for the last 12 years. The school is uncompromising with incorporating a Christian worldview throughout the curriculum The academics are strong throughout the school, ranging from gifted and talented program in elementary to AP and dual-credit offerings in the high school. One element of a great school is the ability to analyze and address weaknesses, since every school has weaknesses. Throughout their recent growth, the school has taken, and continues to take, steps to continually improve every aspect of the experience at PCA. They have strong extracurricular activities to supplement the academics. I would recommend this school to anyone without hesitation.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2009
My child's homeroom and PE teachers for the years we have been at PCA has been loving christian people and educated my child well. Outside of the class home room is a different story some elementary specialty teachers and the principal don't show the same christian character tracts as you would want from a 'Christian' school. The homeroom teachers are a 5-star rating but the high tuition and some of the other staff rating of a 2-star rating brings PCA average to a 3-star rated private school.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
February 26, 2009
All they care about is money! My child had special needs and we were promised help that we never recieved! There are to many clicks among the teachers and kids. You can get this type of education for free in public school so why pay big bucks for a envirment that is not Christan like.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2009
I love this school, only because of the security that it gives me knowing he is in a Christian based school. But unfortunately it is very expensive. I am a single mother and with no help from the father. I wish PCA would offer some sort of assistance for my 4 yr old. It really gets difficult paying tuition and being able to pay my bills. Cost is the only reason why i am currently looking for another school. Over all great school.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2008
We are very pleased with PCA. My oldest is in his 4th year at A & M in the Computer Engineering Program. He started in PreK and finished at PCA. He was prepared for college and even had over 30 units of college credit. If you want to do well in any subject there is an opportunity for it - especially Math, English & Science. The school has made significant - positive changes over the last two years, particularly in fine arts. Last year (2007-2008) had the highest retention rate in the school's history. We appreciated the balance of Christian foundation and challenging curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2008
My husband and I have two children at PCA one just finished kindergarten and the other 1st grade. We have been extremely pleased with both the quality of the education as well as the caring and nurturing of the teachers. We have been at Pantego for 2 years now and can't foresee any reason we would move them elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2008
I was disappointed in PCA. My child attended PCA for several years. If you are not an athlete, you don't fit in. I feel teachers are hired based on merely being a christian rather than being a quality christian educator. My child began to suffer academically when he entered high school. I expressed my concern frequently, but no additional help wasoffered to him. I even offered to pay for additional tutoring. Teachers often berated the students and this was acceptable behavior. I regret sending my child to this school. I wish I would have forced him to go to another private school in the area.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 01, 2008
I graduated from Pantego. I went there for 12 years and never considered leaving. The teachers at Pantego are wonderful. The size of the school really promotes community. I knew all of the teachers and felt like they genuinely cared about me. The teachers have so much passion for their subjects. I loved getting involved in the athletic program at Pantego. I know at a public school I would have had to choose one sport, but at Pantego I was able to do everything. I think the new prinicpal is doing great things for the school!

- submitted by a student
no rating February 12, 2008
My daughter is in Pre-K this year at Pantego. I have been very pleased with Mrs. Frazier. She is very nurturing to these little ones. She has made the transition from private sitter to classroom so smooth for my daughter. I love the family atmosphere at Pantego. It is my goal for both of my daughters to get their education at Pantego even though I teach at a public school. Pantego has so much more to offer. We love it!

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2008
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February 04, 2008
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- submitted by a student
November 04, 2007
Our two children have graduated from PCA and both had a wonderful experience due to their longlasting friendships with both students and teachers. Because of PCA's high quality of education both were accepted into fine Christian colleges. The Fine Arts and Sports programs have grown so much in the past 10 years and provided hours of fun family time for us. We recommend our school to you!

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2007
Pantego Christian Academy has an excellent academic program. Our family has been very happy there. We agree that they also have made great strides in their Fine Arts programs. The Secondary Principal, Dave Emler, is very approachable and bends over backwards to help students achieve their goals. He has the highest integrity. There is something for everyone at PCA. It is true that there is a huge emphasis on sports but that is because the teams have been so successful. Coach Hohulin, Coach McBroom and Coach Cushing are all very godly men. Don't mistake their strong leadership for a lack of leadership in our fine principal. They are a team and work together with our teachers and staff to make an excellent school. Come check us out!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 17, 2007
This school DOES NOT WORK WELL WITH GIFTED STUDENTS! If your child is of average intelligence, they will do great! The school is built for the masses, however, if your child is gifted, go elsewhere!

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2007
Outstanding Christ-centered education! We have had our kids at PCA for 12 years now and feel that it is one of the best decisions we have ever made. Godly leadership in the administration, outstanding teachers and a great athletic program.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2007
My son has attended PCA for his pre-K year (September- March) so far. Mrs Frazier, his Pre-K teacher is amazing. She has made her self available in so many ways and is so fair to each of the children and loves these kids unconditionally. I have been impressed with my son's dedication to the school and his love for Christ. What this school has to offer is priceless. He comes home some days begging to attend full-time (he attends 3 days a week). He came home last week and asked to color pictures of Jesus and angels. Priceless. I have truly enjoyed our experience thus far. If I had to improve anything at PCA it would probably be the after-school program. I wished the activities were more structured and the children were grouped together in smaller groups with age appropriate activities. This school is awesome

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2007
PCA is a great place for our children. It is not perfect, no place is until we get to heaven. We have been at PCA for 9 yrs. The leadership of this school is committed to Christ and the ultimate goal is to bring children to Christ. The quality of academics is very good. They evaluate each year and improve areas in order to maintain academic excellence. Sports is a very important part of PCA. It brings both students and parents together. PCA was weak at one time in fine arts, but not any more. Our fine arts department is excellent. Our parents are very involved, we have a prayer group, we have parents that help in the classroom and our parents are very involved in fundraising. PCA has so much to offer. Come and see how God works in the hearts and lives of these families.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2007
We are continually impressed with the curriculum, staff, and overall atmosphere of PCA. I have never experienced such a supportive and caring teacher/parent relation as it is here. The phonics curriculum is the best around, weekly chapels are very meaningful, and every special musical program has been a blessing to our family. Come see how God can bless your family too at PCA.

- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2006
I attended PCA from kindergarten all through graduation. While I felt academically prepared for college on a literary standpoint (thanks to an AMAZING dual credit English teacher), and many teachers there are amazing people, I must say that I am extremely disappointed with the current principal. The other negative reviewers are right: money talks at this school. So do sports. The arts are not given near enough attention at this school, with everyone being shoved this way and that because of where the sports teams need to practice. The art teacher is amazing. I'm not sorry I went, only sorry for the turn it has taken.

- submitted by a former student
November 21, 2006
I had a poor experience with this school. It does seem like the money talks. I don't want my child bullied by anybody. Also, the teachers seem to be below par. Just going throught the motions, doing their job. Not willing to offer any modifications or even insight if a problem does arise. Would not recommend. I regret ever sending my child to PCA. Horrible experience!

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2006
The high school is a mess. The turnover rate of the high school is very high due to the serious problems that exist.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2006
My daughter attended the 1 yr old Mother's day out class with Ms Lucas. I was a new mom and very nervous to leave my baby for the first time (ever) and was very impressed with the way Ms Lucas dotes on the babies. Once my daughter got comfortable I felt very at ease leaving her there two 1/2 days a week. It was an amazing experience for our family and we look forward to many more years at PCA.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2006
Great School, my daughter who attends Kindagarten loves it there. I found it has a family quality that other private schools I visited did not have. I feel very comfortable leaving my child there.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2006
Excellent, Christ-centered school. High parent involvement. All sorts of sports available, including swimming.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2006
My son loves PCA. He is a 7th grader. I don't actually find the academics very challenging, but he made instant friends and is nurtured by his teachers. The arts program is weak. Sports is the main focus, but that is true of most private schools.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2006
Pantego - Junior High and High School have numerous problems and what has unfortunately happened is that teachers are without restrictions or guidance and the principal is only interested in atheletics. The teachers can act, behave, and do whateve they want without recourse - and this is a Christian School - unfortunately several teachers are without Christian morals. They needs to clean house - they have and continue to have families withdraw and with good reason and concerns. A Christian school that is so based on material items and 'money', 'money', if you are a family of wealth and have 'money' then you will be welcomed with open arms - school is very political - it is not a good school - sorry our children ever attended.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2005
Pantego is a graet school. It is, however, very costly to attend.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2005
Nice school with great children. My advice is to belong to the moms prayer group. The leadership seems to try to keep up the Christian Morals.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2005
I have 2 children attending this school, the oldest is in 5th grade and has been there since Pre-K. We have always been pleased with the teachers, staff, and curriculum (Saxon phonics & math). Best of all is the Christian (non-denominational) environment throughout the school. There is access to a good choice of extra-curricular programs like swimming, karate, and private music lessons. PCA is in the beginning stages of expanding/upgrading the facilities although the environment is pleasant and nurturing now. PCA recognizes that partnering with parents is so important and they expect plenty of parent involvement. They offer many ways to get involved. As with all private schools, fund raising is very important. Unfortunately the cost of sending 2 kids there has become more than we can afford and that is the ONLY reason we are looking for a new school.

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2005
This is a pretty good Christian school. However, the grammar program is known for its weakness. The students do not graduate with the grammar and writing skills necessary for college. They do have a great Bible program though. They had a wonderful theater arts program last year, but I heard the theater teacher left.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2004
My daughter has been at PCA for 5 yrs. We are very pleased overall. We feel she is getting a good education and is in a place that is safe. We feel the teachers are very caring and competent. PCA has a number of things to offer and we plan to have her there for years to come.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2004
We transferred our first and fifth grader here from a public school that was rated 'exemplary,' but wasn't in many respects. Pantego offers band for fifth grade and up, challenging curriculum, and teachers who intereact within and outside the classroom with their students. Respect for others permeates the atmosphere at Pantego. They also offer an after-school care program on site. Parents and an active part of the school and communication between classroom and parents is excellent.

- submitted by a parent
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* One-toOne tablet PC program for high school - only high school in Tarrant County with powerful combination of tablet PC's and DyKnow * CLASS honors track at HS similar to college honors programs * 13 National Merit Scholars in last 5 years, including 5 Finalists, outpacing high schools many times our size. * Strong service and missions focus including mission trips for each high school class (including international trip for Seniors) and Sister School in Sierra Leone (western Africa) * Talented and Gifted Program as well as learning difference classes at elementary level; Learning Support Lab and Specialist at Secondary * Strong parental invovlvement * Covenantal school, which is different from most Christian schools in Metroplex (please see our Philosophy of Education on our web site) * AP and Dual Credit (from 4-year college) courses offered on campus * Strong Bible curriculum focusing on Apologetics in Secondary * Strong Fine Arts programs, including recent State Champions in Band & Art * Strong Athletic program featuring 13 State Championships

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Pantego Christian Academy
2201 W Park Row Dr, Arlington, TX  76013
(817) 460-3315
Last modified Pantego Christian Academy is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Pantego Christian Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 103 reviews. Top