PCS to remain closed through the end of the current school year - see more below

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School board decision of 29 April 2020

PCS To Remain Closed Through Remainder of the School Year

The Parkview Christian School Board will keep the school closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  This decision was made in accordance with the governor's directive to keep schools closed even as the state begins a phased re-opening of businesses.


Students in kindergarten through fifth grade will continue to do their lessons through internet video, take-home packets, and daily interaction with their teachers. These students will complete all in-class objectives so they can be promoted to the next grade level when school resumes in August.


Kindergarten graduation has been postponed until the school's Open House event at 6 PM on Tuesday, 4 August 2020.


The PCS board also decided to reduce tuition by half for students in kindergarten through fifth grade during the period of school closure. Those students in pre-kindergarten classes will receive an even greater reduction. The school administration will be mailing out explanatory letters and final account invoices during the week of 4 May 2020. Parents can make payment arrangements by 1 August so their students can return to PCS for the next school year.


Reasons to consider our school

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Dedicated Educators

First-Rate Curriculum

First-Rate Curriculum

We know that learning is easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why many of our educators have achieved an advanced degree in their field. Our faculty are passionate about the subjects they teach and bring this enthusiasm into their lessons.

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First-Rate Curriculum

First-Rate Curriculum

First-Rate Curriculum

From K-2 through the 5th grade, we use the acclaimed Abeka curriculum to teach our students all about the world through a Christian viewpoint. A God-centered, academically-sound atmosphere promotes and encourages spiritual  as well as academic growth.

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Well-Rounded Education

First-Rate Curriculum

Well-Rounded Education

In addition to academic classes, the students also study the Bible, learn songs and movement in music classes, participate in worship during weekly chapel services, and exercise outdoors in daily PE sessions. Our students learn with their body, mind, and soul.