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Fall Sports Start Wednesday 8/8

Hello All High School Students and Parents!  Our Fall Sports Season starts TOMORROW! This information is for any HIGH SCHOOL student athlete who is interested in participating in a Fall Sport. There are two very important documents that are required before any athlete can participate.   1.     MHSAA Physical form completed and signed after April 15, 2018. Any physicals

Letter From the AD: Fall Sports Seasons Summary

As the Fall season closed out a couple of weeks ago with an incredible State Championship performance from our Volleyball team. I wanted to take a moment and reflect on the performances of all of our athletes and coaches. We had so many student-athletes as well as our coaches put so much work in during

Season Recap: Middle School Boys Soccer

Article written by Head Coach Brian Fair: It was the last game of the season. All year we struggled to make quality passes; placing the ball accurately from foot to foot. But on the last day of the season, in this our final hour… we found each other. Jesus tells his disciples that “those who

Boy’s Soccer: A Look at the Playoff Picture

The regular season has ended for our Varsity Boys Soccer team which means it is now time for the 2017 MHSAA Playoffs! The Eagles finished with a record of 8-8-1 in the regular season. PCA. PCA is looking for its 3rd straight District title and will be playing at home at the Stafford Athletic Facility

2017 PCA Under the Lights: What you need to Know

2017 Under the Lights Make plans now to attend the 4th Annual Under the Lights Soccer Event that takes place on our campus this Friday, October 13th. You don’t want to miss this great evening as a school family while we cheer on the PCA boys varsity soccer team as they face off against the

Soccer Defeats Oakland Christian on Senior Night

Coming into the match, Oakland Christian was a hold of first place in the conference with just a tie or win needed to clinch and PCA standing in there way…Well the Eagles had other plans as they came out with their last conference game of the season at home and in front of a good