Q. What makes Peoples Christian Academy unique?
A. Peoples is one of the few schools that has JK to Grade 12 all in one building. This provides a very rare and convenient opportunity for our families to avoid running around to different locations with their children. PCA has a very high standard of spirituality, academically, socially and discipline. Our staff works closely with each family to create a positive and unique and experiential school community.
Q. Are all teachers properly qualified?
A. Yes. All teachers have their Bachelor of Education or equivalent and are certified to teach in Ontario. Some have higher education degrees and some are even PCA alumni.
Q. Do all PCA families belong to one denomination?
Q: Are your tuition fees tax deductible?
A. No. There are many different churches and denominations represented in our school. Students from non-Christian families are welcomed and accepted at our school, provided they agree to our Statement of Faith
and abide by our school policies. Approximately 20% of our student population is non-Christian.
A: Yes, because Peoples Christian Academy is a faith-based school that is also a registered Canadian charitable organization, an official donation receipt can be issued for the portion of tuition fees paid by a family in excess of the secular training cost
(calculated as cost per student x number of children enrolled with PCA). For additional information please contact us.
Q. Does your school accept donations?
A. Yes. All gifts $10.00 and more are tax receitable as we are a non-profit organization.Q: What are PCA's OutReach Programmes?A: Mission Trips
Q: What are PCA’s Homework Expectations?
A: Homework is a necessary component to academic success, so it is imperative that students complete their work in a timely fashion in order to see that success. Students should use the agenda book to remain organized and focused. If a student is absent from a class, it is the student’s responsibility to obtain the assignment and make the necessary arrangements with the teacher in order to complete the work.
Questions and Answers specific to Grade 9 - 12 School:
Q: Is Peoples Christian Academy registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education?
A: Yes. Grades 9 - 12 are registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training.
As a Christ-centred school, Peoples Christian Academy encourages lifelong outreach and community service. As part of the diploma requirements, PCA high school students must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement activities. These activities may be completed at any time during their years in the secondary school program. Peoples Christian Academy recommends 10 hours per year Grades 9 - 12, to be completed in Grade 12 by May 1st before graduation.For Grades 9 - 12, the Mission requirements are as follows:OutreachRecalled
to Life (R2L) is a program that assists in helping the needy in Toronto. This is usually done as a sandwich run, providing necessary nutrition as well as the Gospel of ChristExtended Ministry
This program is offered to our high school students who will minister on a
short-term basis. Ministry in the past has included mission trips to
Mexico, Bolivia, Senegal, Southeast Asia and Europe.Q: Do you offer After School Programs?
A: Yes, the high school’s After School clubs offer students the opportunity to develop their God-given talents in such areas as music, drama, writing and the visual arts. PCA high school students can also join our dynamic Student Council.
For additional questions, please contact us
.For Frequently Asked Questions (JK - 6), click here.
Frequently Asked Questions (Grade 7 - 8), click here.
We look forward to serving you and your family.