Class Supply Lists
Class supply lists for 2019-2020 are now available. Each grade level or group of grade levels has developed a common supply list to simplify the process this year. The lists can be accessed through the link under "Latest News" on the right side of the page, or they can be accessed here.
Applications Are Still Being Accepted
Pinnacle Classical Academy’s annual application period for the 2019-2020 lottery closed on Monday, March 4, 2019. However the school is still accepting applications for the upcoming school year.
What does this mean?
If your child is not current a student and you want your child to attend Pinnacle Classical Academy for the 2019-2020 school year, you may fill out and submit an initial application at the link below. Applications submitted at this time will be placed on the waitlist and you will be contacted if space becomes available.
What should I do?
If you are interested in having your student attend Pinnacle for the 2019-2020 school year, you should fill out an initial application at the link below. Initial applications are also available at the S. Post Rd. and the Joes Lake Road campuses, as well as the link below.
Below are some important dates as we move toward the 2019-2020 school year.
- July 4-5 Independence Day Holiday (school closed)
- July 22-25 Math Academy - Week One
- July 22-26 Band Camp
- July 29-August 1 Math Academy - Week Two
- August 7-8 New Teacher Workshop & Orientation
- August 12-16 Teacher Workdays
- August 15 K-2 Campus Open House
- August 19-20 Teacher Workdays
- August 19 3-12 Campus Open House
- August 21 First Day of School
Due to the contruction of the traffic circle at the intersection of Joes Lake Road and South Post Road, along with construction at the current K-2 Campus, there will be staggered arrival and dismissal times for both campuses. This situation will neccesitate some changes in procedures at both campuses to make the traffic flow smoother and to keep students and parents safe. More information and details will be provided as we get closer to the school year.
PCA now has a Spirit Rock at the 3-12 Campus! The Spirit Rock has been made possible as an Eagle Scout project by PCA student Trevor Pearson. Below you will find a link to guidelines for painting the Spirit Rock, as well as a link to the sign-up form from PEAK.