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    PEAK MEETING: Our next PEAK meeting will be May 20, 2014 at 6:00pm in the PCA "Cafetorium".

PCA Mission Statement


Attention Parents: Hallelujah Acres has requested that we refrain from parking in the grass area on the entrance side of the building. Please use the side or back parking lot from now on. Thank you for your support.

btn signupgeniusArchery Club will meet on the following dates: April 28, May 5, May 12, May19, May 26, June 2, and June 9 from 3:30-4:30 pm. Students should stay in the gym, and Coach Clark will bring them outside to the target area. Then students will be checked in by a volunteer and assigned a target line. Students will be asked to line up at the rail by the greenhouse to be dismissed at 4:30. A parent volunteer will dismiss each child in order to keep all children safe. We need parent volunteers to assist on Mondays for this club. Please use Sign-Up Genius if you can volunteer your time to assist.

Due to inclement weather and mandates for total hours of instruction required by the state, PCA Students will attend full days of school on May 26, June 11, 12, and 13th (unless days are forgiven by the Legislature).

hiringPinnacle Classical Academy is located at 900 South Post Road in Shelby. This will be the school’s home during the construction of our permanent campus. The plan for a permanent home is to construct a new K-12 campus on Joe’s Lake Road, about one mile from the South Post Road location.

At Pinnacle Classical Academy, it is our goal to develop caring, productive citizens who exemplify ethical values throughout their daily lives. Integrated into all aspects of the academic curriculum will be the accepted patterns for developing lifelong learners and globally competitive students. PCA will focus on incorporating elements of classical education, STEM, and best practices in education to aid students in developing critical and logical reasoning skills. The early grades will concentrate on essential facts and images needed to prepare them for the dialectic stage of learning as middle school students and finally to equip them to become skillful communicators as high school students, both through writing and speaking.