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"It takes many people working together to insure the growth and vitality of an educational institution like
Pinewood Christian Academy."

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do your work
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Lord rather than for men"
Colossians 3:23

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Because of natural talents and strengths in our students and the coaching of dedicated, caring professionals of PCA, many students have been directed into careers/vocations as a result of preparation for Literary events.

LITERARY COMPETITION: For many years, PCA has competed in the GISA Literary Meet held annually in the spring.  Competition is held in music, writing, and speaking.  Categories include Boys’ and Girls’ Solo, Girls’ Trio, Boys’ Quartet, Piano, Humorous Oral Interpretation, Dramatic Oral Interpretation, U.S. Extemporaneous Speaking, International Extemporaneous Speaking, Spelling, Boys’ and Girls’ Argumentative Essay and Personal Essay.  Pinewood has always finished as one of the leading schools at Region competition.  Winners then proceed to State competition from which numerous state winners have emerged through the years.

DRAMA: A successful school recognizes that students are multi-faceted. Here at Pinewood Christian Academy we strive to develop the potential of our students in all areas, including the fine arts. One avenue of fine arts exploration is participation in One-Act Play which is a division of Literary. A one act play is a play that takes place in one act or scene, as opposed to plays that take place over a number of acts. Students participate in a selection process where they audition for parts in the play. Whether a student is selected for a major or minor roll or as a member of the stage crew, each person is important to the success of the final product. Before competing at the regional level, it has become a tradition at PCA to perform for the home crowd at an annual Dinner Theater. Then, cast and crew head to region competition and hopefully on to state competition. Students who participate in one-act gain confidence in public speaking, stage presence, and teamwork, all life skills that contribute to the self-worth of an individual.

The SPELLING BEE is traditionally held each year at Robert Toombs Christian Academy. There are usually 8-10 schools in attendance with each school sending 2 spellers from each grade 1-12. Pinewood has always performed exceptionally well at the event, and traditionally we bring home more 1st and 2nd place trophies than any other school. Much of our success, we feel, is due to the Abeka spelling curriculum in our Lower School grades.