PCA alumnus, Dr. Daniel Scott, was invited by Hon. Stephen Harper to meet…

When you receive an invitation like the one above, you want to celebrate by sharing it with your friends.  Save the Mothers’ (STM) Managing Director Dr. Daniel Scott (PCA alumnus) was honoured to represent STM at an important “meeting of the minds” on the issue of Canadian leadership for maternal, newborn and child health last…

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Senior School Drama Team Presents…

DEAR DELINQUENT: Penelope Shawn is a very pretty, very appealing young girl who has a most unusual profession: she’s a burglar. Burglary is part of her family’s tradition. When David Warren finds her attempting to rob his apartment, he decides it’s up to him to reform her. Directed by Emma Tjoe-A-Long, PCA Senior School drama team…

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The Cross Trumps Everything

As educators, we deal with the flow of ideas, events and forces through history which have shaped our world and which continue to have relevance and human interest today.   As Christian educators, we look upon the crucifixion of Christ as the single, most cherished and important event of all of history. It is the one…

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The Quill March 2015 Edition is Here

The Quill March 2015 Edition is packed with updates and content.  Want to know more about the excellent science program we have in the Senior School?  What is happening in and around the school?  Mission Trips, Sex Ed curriculum change in public school system, Advancement Dinner and more. Please find the Quill March 2015 here under the News…

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Senior School Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball Teams

Last Friday (Feb 27) Senior School Girls Volleyball Team participated in the SSAF U20 Girls Volleyball Tournament.  After a day of intense games, the team took home second.  All glory be to God. Senior Boys Basketball Team played well during the season.  The team made it to the tier 1 playoffs and lost in the first round.…

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ACSI Public Speaking Competition

Some of the students from Junior School and Middle School participated in the ACSI Public Speaking Competition yesterday (Mar 5, 2015).  We are very proud of our Speech Meet participants! Many of them for the first time enjoyed their experience and wish to attend again next year.  Thank you Mrs. Eyre for leading the team. Here are…

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Who Knew…

Much alarm has been expressed in response to the Wynne Government’s newly released sex-education curriculum, particularly within the Christian/conservative community. Those of us who have lived much of our lives within the education sector, however, have not been taken by surprise. We saw it coming…

Shhh. The Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests are In Progress

The Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests are opportunities for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability. Students in Grade 9 or below are eligible to write the Pascal Contest whereas students in Grade 10 and Grade 11 or below are eligible to write the Cayley and the Fermat Contests respectively. Some…

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Northern Saw-whet Owl – Surprise Guest at Environmental Science Class

Imagine our excitement when a Northern Saw-whet owl was discovered near our school property! When the Environmental Science class from Peoples Christian Academy in Markham examined the beautiful creature closely, we saw that it had been banded as part of a U.S. Government program.  We reported it using the number indicated on its leg band…

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Middle School Inner City Project February 2015

On Tuesday February 3rd, 26 students and 9 parents from the Middle School Beyond Us Team brought warm clothes and sleeping bags donated by the Junior and Middle School families, and food and Bible verses to share with neighbours who were experiencing homelessness on the streets of downtown Toronto.  It was a very cold evening.  We…

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Wikwemikong Native Outreach Support Night

Ahnii.*  On Thursday, January 29, the Senior Missions team hosted the Wikwemikong Native Outreach Support Night.  The event was well attended despite the snow storm earlier in the day. The missions team shared with the audience their passion and their journey with God.  Their intuitive ways of sharing the gospel, including “chemical cross” and telling stories through…

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