Good place to work. Nice to work in a place where the Superintendent asks the teachers to 'Put more God in the classroom!' Non-political atmosphere, small classes (about 12 to 18 students), great principal who lets you teach. Kids are almost all well-behaved and respectful. Parents tend to be involved and support you with their kids. Good spirit, since the school is one of the best academically in the state - beats the big public schools that are 6 times our size.
The negative review is ridiculous, because the school generates: grades each 9 weeks, progress reports mid-quarter, newsletters monthly, and on-line information daily. Faculty call parents when necessary, see them at athletic and social events, and the community as a whole is frequently 'connected'. Only someone who paid no attention to their child's education could get no contact. I seriously doubt that the person who wrote this review has any contact with the school. I have sent two children to PCHS, and have been thoroughly satisfied with every aspect.