PCA Senior School Volleyball Team, under the leadership of Mr. Choi, had a good season. During the regular games, the team picked up 7 wins out of 8 games played. Last week, they participated the SSAF U20 Men’s Volleyball Tournament. The team played well and advanced to the final four. Unfortunately they were stopped at…Details
Middle School Girls Volleyball Team participated in the ACSI Girls Volleyball Tournament on Nov 23. The team practiced what they have learned and played well. After a day of games, the team took home the third place. Great job Eagles. Praise be to God.
We have received an update from ACSI regarding Cross Country 2015-16 Grade 7/8 Girls’ results. PCA placed first overall. With the previously announced results, PCA won FIRST overall and we received the pennant! Way to go, Eagles. Previously announced results: Grade 3/4 Girls placed third overall. Ameilia Bork placed 2nd overall. Grade 3/4 Boys placed…Details
PCA Middle School students and teachers had the privilege to go downtown recently to give out winter clothing to people experiencing homelessness. Middle school families donated the winter clothing and the students and teachers helped preparing the sandwich bags. As we went through the streets of Toronto, many shoppers were there to start their Christmas…Details
On Sunday, Nov 8, Homeless Connect put together a whole day event to provide 75 every day services to people experiencing homelessness in Toronto. The executive director of Homeless Connect is Melody Li, a PCA alumna. She has mobilized her whole PCA class to come out and help. PCA senior school also collected material for…Details
In October, the Middle School went to Ontario Pioneer Camp. The weather was absolutely beautiful on Monday and Tuesday. Although there was rain on Wednesday morning, it did not dampen their enthusiasm. “It was a great time of fun, learning, unity and just enjoying being a family together! We were so blessed by the camp…Details
Great job from every one who participated ACSI Cross Country. PCA did very well. Grade 3/4 Girls placed third overall. Ameilia Bork placed 2nd overall. Grade 3/4 Boys placed first overall. Samuel Lee placed 3rd overall. As a result of their efforts, we won the banner for the Bantam division! Grade 5/6 Girls placed third…Details