Welcome to Peoples Christian Academy Middle School

Caring for the Whole Person

PCA Middle School is a positive and dynamic place for students in Grades 6-8. We recognize the importance of these transition years that move our children from elementary school to high school. Therefore, our focus is to develop them holistically in areas of academics, spiritual life and leadership development.


The faculty in the PCA Middle School care deeply about every student and forge a partnership with parents through effective communication. Teachers reinforce the importance of education and coach the students along their journey, while encouraging them to take ownership of their own academic success. Through this supportive process, Middle School students are well prepared to meet the demands of high school.


Middle School offers leadership opportunities through student council, intramurals, chapel participation and sports teams. Many students, under the guidance of teacher mentors, develop event planning skills, public speaking and many other essential life skills throughout their time in the Middle School. The Outdoor Education retreat, held early each year, helps cement relationships and creates an open and accepting environment where each student is valued.


As a Christian School, the heart of our mandate is the development of each student’s spiritual life. Through chapel, students and teachers worship together and receive Bible exposition with meaningful life applications. A strong Bible program, which is an essential part of the curriculum, further develops biblical knowledge and daily living. Mission initiatives such as sandwich runs, Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes and other fund raising efforts provide additional opportunities for the students to have a broader view of the needs in our world. Daily encounters with “teachable moments” spark many personal conversations about life and faith. Teachers and students foster life-long relationships that continue to allow for on-going spiritual encouragement.

Our parents share their stories: