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Phoenix Christian School | Pre K - 8th Grade
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2020 8th Grade Chapel

We are excited to share our 2020 Eighth Grade Chapel! We invite you to watch this short, ten-minute video with your family. It is wonderful to see how our students connect their own lives to God’s story of redemption revealed to us in the pages of scripture.

PCS at a Glance

Christ-Centered

Our philosophy, academics, and foundation are unrelentingly centered on the cross of Christ.

Rigorous Academics

Our Biblically-based curriculum prepares students for high school, college, and beyond.

Established in 1959

We’ve been providing Phoenix and the surrounding areas with Christ-centered, Bible-based education for over 60 years.

Centrally Located

We’re centrally located in the heart of Phoenix to serve families throughout the Valley.

Testimonials

“Our son has been attending this school since kindergarten and is now in 7th grade. He entered the school with no pre-school and came from a country where he never held a crayon or had a book read to him. He is now an honor student and we attribute this to the one on one attention he receives due to the smaller class sizes and high standards of the school. He has matured spiritually beyond his years and comes home every day with a positive and hopeful outlook on life. We attribute this to his Christian focused education and are very grateful for Phoenix Christian PK-8.”

– PCS Parent

“We love the quality of education, Christian focus in all areas, and the feeling of community our son and family receives at PCS. As former graduates, my husband and I had no doubt that our children would attend the same school we did and would receive the same excellent education. We will never regret our decision in choosing a Christian education at PCS!”

– PCS Parent

“Our children have been attending this school since 2008, and every year I am more pleased with the school. The staff is wonderful; they truly care about your children academically, spiritually, and emotionally. The parent involvement is great; it is like you are a part of a big family. Everyone works together to ensure your children reach their full potential. There is no doubt our children are getting a quality education in a loving environment.”

– PCS Parent

“As a former graduate of PCS, I received a Christian education that allowed me to grow spiritually,
establish lifelong friendships, and fulfill my dreams of being a teacher. Teachers were living examples
of Christianity and allowed students to grow at their own pace. Teachers are dedicated and spent
time before and after school working with students. They also support the activities their students
are involved in. If there are four words to describe this school they would be: Compassionate,
Enthusiastic, Sincere, and Christ-like.”

– PCS Alumnus

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"I greatly enjoyed watching the interaction between the upper el students, whether it was playing with the pre-schoolers or holding their hand and talking on the way to chapel." ~Mrs. Voss
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Welcome back to 'Way back Wednesday'! Some things change, but some things stay the same. What is your favorite recess activity?
Class of '76, tell us where you are and what you are doing.
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"Every year I looked forward to teaching about Arizona and ending the year by going to the state Capitol. One picture is by the statue of Father Kino in Wesley Bolin Plaza." ~Mrs. Voss ... See MoreSee Less

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Memory Monday continues...
"My very first play (2011) was also the one we did last year, 'The Bachelor King'. This is one of my favorite memories because I learned that I loved directing these fun junior high kids, but also because my two kids were in the play. I can't wait to get back to the play next year! There is also a great picture of Miss Gross included as Jane." ~Mrs. Irvine
Do you have a favorite memory with Mrs. Irvine or a favorite memory about the play? We'd love to hear about them in the comments.
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