Peoples Christian Academy (PCA) administration, faculty and staff are chosen for their ability to reflect the principles and values as outlined in our Philosophy of Education. These Christian faculty members are highly qualified and dedicated teachers who see their career choice as a ministry to impart Christian values to the next generation of leaders. Faculty and administrative staff participate in devotions and seek to be examples and mentors for the students. A code of conduct for staff is outlined in the appropriate manuals and handbooks. There is a strong partnership with parents to reinforce Christian and family values in the students’ lives. Some of our faculty members are even PCA alumni.
J. Ayoung, Jada Ayoung
J. Ayoung

Assistant Director, Early Learning Centre, RECE

Ms. J. Ayoung: "It’s a blessing to be working here at PCA! Being able to incorporate God in my daily lessons and sing His praises is amazing. The world we live in today seems to be turning away from God, the Bible and the Truth. It is comforting knowing that I am planting the seeds of God’s love and the Gospel in the lives of the next generation! It is also a blessing to watch these seeds grow in their lives. PCA give this world hope and I’m grateful to be a part of that."

S. Bhaskar

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss. S. Bhaskar: "I am so thankful to be able to work at PCA.  I love working here because I can share Jesus' love with these amazing preschoolers that I have the opportunity to lead and guide.  It has been such a blessing becoming part of the PCA community and getting to interact with a group of people dedicated to displaying Christ's love in all they do.  I feel honoured that Jesus has brought me here and I'm so excited to see all that He does with the students and the school."

S. Hau
Early Learning Centre staff, RECE
Ms. S. Hau: "I am so grateful that I am given the opportunity to team up with God and other staff here at PCA to make a difference to the next generation.
I truly believe that it is important for us to tell them about Jesus' love and start equipping them while they are young.
Being able to contribute in God's work and witnessing how He works in the hearts of the little ones & families every day is such an amazing yet humbling experience!"
J. Kim

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Mrs. J. Kim : "I believe that educators are the first stepping stone in helping children become successful individuals in their life journey.  I am truly blessed to be able to work here at PCA to be a stepping stone in God's special purpose. His provision and amazing love drives each day to be as successful as possible in a safe and fun place here at the ELC. I am very happy to have the priviledge to witness our preschoolers grow and most importantly, to be able to teach a Christian based education to our wonderful children."

P. Kwan

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss P. Kwan: "I am grateful for this opportunity where I could serve the PCA ELC families in the classrooms. Teaching the children and playing with them is a great way to help them feel loved. I pray that I would love the children and the parents the same way Jesus has loved me. Hope that the ELC children will be guided onto the right path, as God works through me."

D. Lau

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss D. Lau: "I am truly thankful that God has given me the opportunity to serve Him here at PCA. By His grace I have been saved through faith and by His grace I am able to partake in His mighty deeds! I believe that through the sharing of God’s Word and the Holy Spirit working amongst us, children’s lives are continually transformed as they learn and experience the gracious love of God. In partnership with families, we can work together to provide a safe environment in which children can explore and create meaning from the world God has created for us to enjoy. “Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”” (Matthew 19:14, ESV). To God be all glory, honour, and praise!

 

 

R. Leung

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Mr. R. Leung: "It is a blessing to be working at PCA. I really enjoy working with the young learners and share God's words with them. It is important to teach them what is right and wrong through God's words and support their academic growth and spiritual development. It is also an amazing journey for me to be able to grow with the children in God's love and His blessing."

C. Li

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss. C. Li: "I am forever grateful to God for being part of the PCA family and for His calling to work here.  I feel so blessed I can freely share God's love with the children and serve the families on a daily basis.  Each day, I prayerfully hope God uses me in small ways to impact their lives so they can in turn make a big difference around them and share the Gospel to the world."
P. McLachlan, Precy McLachlan
P. McLachlan

Early Learning Centre staff, ECA

Mrs. P. McLachlan: "This is not just a job. This is a ministry and an opportunity to share the gospel and the love of Jesus Christ to the children and the entire family. Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Proverbs 22:6 “Train a child in the way he should go. When he is old, he will not turn away from it.”"

Genny Ng, G. Ng
G. Ng

Director, Early Learning Centre, RECE

Mrs. G. Ng: "After teaching in many different venues and interacting with so many children it is a privilege to come to a place where we are free to share the love of Jesus on a daily basis with everyone we encounter. To know that we are planting seeds that will be sown in God’s time is a blessing that humbles me. PCA has seen so many alumni pass through that have dedicated their lives to serving Christ and to somehow be a small part of that is an honour that cannot be compared!"

A. To

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss. A. To: "It is a true blessing to be able to serve the students and families who enter PCA. It brings me so much joy to share my faith with the students daily and to have the opportunity of sharing the gospel with them. As an educator, I strive to demonstrate God's love through teaching and caring for them."

A. Yan

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss. A. Yan: "It is such an honour to be able to work here at PCA and to serve the children and families that come through the doors. Working here is such a blessing and I am so glad I get to play a small part in their lives. I am so excited to share the love of Jesus Christ and incorporate His teachings into the teachings here. I look forward to seeing the seeds grow and to see Jesus work in their lives."
N. Yip

Early Learning Centre staff, RECE

Miss N. Yip: "Working at PCA has been such a blessing. Having the opportunity to work with God centered people that want to share and show God's love to the children is such a special thing. I am thankful everyday for the wonderful children I get to interact with. Loving these children is the most basic act to do to show how great and powerful God is and through this, I believe that we can plant the seed and grow these children to change the future for God's work."

  • I love PCA because it is a place where we can learn freely about God. We can pray and read the Bible, but in other countries we would be prosecuted for praying. We have chapel where we learn about Christ and discuss His teachings in the Bible. We have good teachers that teach our subjects with a Christian perspective. After a while, you can really feel that God is with us, helping us excel with work.
    Ryan L.
  • "…Peoples Christian school experience played a significant role in shaping who I am today. I saw role models in teachers of people who weren’t necessarily perfect but who were honestly trying to live out their lives as Christ followers. I think it also surrounded me with quality friends -- many who would be near and distant friends for a lifetime... One of the greatest life skills I learnt was ‘how to study’. May sound like a funny thing to say but there are a lot of students who don’t know how to study -- my experience at PCA really reinforced how to study and the benefits were great…throughout my whole academic career (and I studied for 12 years after high school to complete all the training I needed to be an obstetrician/gynecologist), those good study habits got me through what seemed like impossible mountains of exams and assignments." Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese,  Class of '84 and member of the Order of Canada
    Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese, Member of the Order of Canada
  • At Peoples Christian Academy, elementary students are involved in Bible class and/or morning devotions. Not only do students learn about God’s Word and Biblical principles, they also have a time of prayer. Prayer requests are brought forth before the throne of God. Weekly chapels are held, songs are learned, Christian videos are shown, guest speakers are invited, principal/teacher/class led chapels where Biblical foundations are established take place. A community of spiritual caring takes place spontaneously where students may ask teachers to pray for their families, or teachers will pray for the needs of the students and families if these requests were known. I myself was a recipient of the prayer support provided by students and their families. I broke my wrist in January 2010. When the school learned about this incident, prayer support from the class devotions, family devotions, and individual student’s prayers all poured in. Parents/students would ask me how I was and it was not uncommon to hear parents tell me that they were praying for me during their family devotions. One parent told me her daughter prayed for me everyday. When my father went home to be with the Lord in 2000, again it was the students’ self-made condolence cards and their messages, Bible verses that brought comfort. A student once made a card for me and wrote “God loves you and may God bless you” He drew a picture of a big cross and smaller crosses. I followed up with this student because I knew he came from a non-Christian family. I asked if he knew Jesus and if he believed in Jesus. He answered affirmatively. He told me it was in grade one and he mentioned the teacher’s name, when he made the decision to believe in Jesus. Children are so receptive to God’s salvation. We have heard testimonies of students accepting the Lord in their elementary school years. Ultimately, bringing up a child is still the responsibility of parents. In a Christian school environment, teachers continue to work with parents in bringing up children who will revere and honour the Lord. - Mrs. Siu (Elementary School Teacher)
    One parent told me her daughter prayed for me everyday.
  • Passionate and caring spirit

    One day when my 7 year old daughter and I were on the road, we heard sirens from an ambulance. When I was looking for where the ambulance was coming from, I noticed my daughter was bowing down her head.  I asked, "Are you scared?" She said, "No, I am praying. Teacher said, "when we hear ambulance passing by, that means someone is in trouble. We shall pray for the people involved." I thank PCA for instilling a passionate and caring spirit in my child.
    Carol L. (PCA parent)
  • It has been a privilege and honor to teach at PCA.  Both the students and staff have given me so much support and love throughout my 17 years teaching at PCA. The PCA community supported me with love through the loss of my husband 6 years ago. The enthusiasm of the students for learning has been inspiring! I am grateful to be a part of the PCA community!
    Mrs. J. Paas