PCA is a leader in providing quality Christian education for families in the North Pittsburgh and Butler County area. The vision of Penn Christian Academy is to equip biblical worldview thinkers who serve and lead in the name of Christ. By experiencing their God-given potential in a stellar academic program, Penn Christian Academy students learn and apply Biblical values and truths that will help them become the leaders of tomorrow.
The vision of Penn Christian Academy is to equip biblical worldview thinkers who serve and lead in the name of Christ.
The vision of PCA can be summarized in four words: KNOW, LEARN, SERVE, and LEAD.
We want each student to KNOW who God is.
Students will LEARN about God through His creation.
Students will learn to SERVE as Christ did.
Students will be able to LEAD others to Christ through their words and actions.
The mission of Penn Christian Academy is to partner with the home and church to provide an engaging, biblically integrated educational experience and leadership culture that ensures the growth of every student.
Scripture is the revealed Word of God and is taught as truth, which is then integrated into the learning experience.
The Christian mind should be the best mind, enlightened by the mind of Christ and one that integrates God’s principles with academic pursuits. The goal is to develop students with a biblical worldview who are well prepared in all academic disciplines.
The Christian school must have a governing body, administration, faculty and staff who are committed followers of Christ, teaching and leading from a biblically integrated perspective.
Potential in Christ
Every learning experience aims to enable students to reach their full potential in Christ.
The school’s day-to-day operational practices are a consistent model of integrity, efficiency, and accountability.
Penn Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, athletic and other school administered programs.