On Friday, April 12th , over 70 students and 30 adults came to PCA from King City, Barrie, Rexdale, Orangeville, Alliston, Brampton, and PCA to compete in our annual Battle of the Books competition. We had a wonderful day with excellent Battle and Lightning Rounds which included detailed questions about the 9 novels each student…Details
On February 28th, sixteen students from PCA competed with other ACSI member schools at the annual Public Speaking Festival in Mississauga. Everyone represented our school well and we are so proud of them all! Special recognition goes to Christiane H. from Grade One who was awarded Third Place in the Scripture Memorization category, Isaac C.…Details
“Ten Minutes of Free Throws followed by ten minutes of layup lines. These shots will be the the difference between wins and loses.” This was often followed by groans and a lack of enthusiasm in the first few minutes of each drill. Once a handful of baskets were made in a row, the boys would…Details
We are so proud of our 2005 alumna, Megan Radford, who has become an award-winning correspondent who visits foreign countries where World Vision is operating and tells the stories of the local people being helped there by the organization. See her story here: https://www.thetelegram.com/…/corner-brook-native-megan-r…/…
Congratulations to Joshua C. from SK1, Chloe C. from 2A, Rachel C. from 3A, Imogen T. from 4A, Alexa Y. from 5A, Steven H. from 5B, Nathan X. from 6B, Trinity X. from 7A, Marley S. from 7B Enoch C. from 8A, David F. from 11A and Mrs. Toy. Thank you all for making our 2019 calendar a…Details
The final numbers had finally been tallied. A crowd of Eight to Fourteen year olds stood silent in anticipation. The runner ups had had been announced, moments earlier, and only one more award had to be announced, with the trophy looming over them all. “And that means, that our Overall Winner for the Day is……..PEOPLE’S!”…Details
School will resume on Tuesday, October 9. Have a wonderful thanksgiving weekend!
PCA Middle School students and staff are wearing orange today to show our support for “Orange Shirt Day.” This national movement commemorates the generations of children who attended Indian Residential Schools in Canada and in the spirit of reconciliation and hope also communicates the important message that “every child matters”. For more information: http://www.
Spring is finally here! We would like to invite you to PCA Spring Concerts: Middle School & Senior School Concert – Thursday, May 10 at 6:30pm Early Learning Centre, JK and SK Concert – Friday, May 11 at 4:15pm Junior School (Gr. 1 – Gr. 5) Concert – Thursday, May 17 at 6:30pm Come…Details