Pantego Christian Academy is a Pre-K through 12th grade college preparatory school committed to developing children who will impact the world for Christ. Distinguished guests at the Wednesday chapel will include veterans from many generations of PCA alumni, family, parents and grandparents.
“Today’s teenagers bear a responsibility to future generations,”
Of the 21.8 million military veterans in the country, nine million are 65 and older. The US Census estimates more than one million veterans live in Texas.
Who: Pantego Christian Academy Administration and students; military veterans and service members
What: Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day Chapel
When: Wednesday, September 7, 2011, 9:15am
Where: Pantego Christian Academy, 2201 W. Park Row, Arlington, TX 76013
Attn Media: Please meet outside school auditorium by 9am. Enter through doors on west side of circle drive.
About Pantego Christian Academy:
Pantego Christian Academy believes that our children are our future. We are an independent, interdenominational preparatory school that provides a Christ-centered education in a secure, nurturing environment to more than 850 students in grades pre-K through 12 on two campuses in the DFW area. We provide a challenging education for our students, which prepares them for success at any college. We also offer our students multiple extracurricular programs and service opportunities to develop and meet their varied interests. However, a parents' selection of who will teach their child should be more than a concern with just academics or extracurricular activities since schools also inherently teach values and lifestyles. Therefore, our mission is to partner with parents to prepare our students, not just for college, but to make a difference in this world by pursuing God's calling in their lives and taking their place as Christian leaders in an increasingly secular world.
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PCA is an independent, interdenominational preparatory school that provides a Christ-centered education in a secure, nurturing environment to more than 850 students in grades pre-K through 12 on two campuses in the DFW area.