Become little chefs. You’ll love learning how to create new things in the kitchen.
The art club is to develop creativity and express themselves through the art to give students the chance to find out who they are. There are no requirements to be met to become a member of the artist avenue. Students just need to have the desire and joy of art.
Debate is an argument with rules; these rules will vary from one competition to another. The team allows the students voices to be heard without incidents. Student will be taught the art of teamwork. By participation on the debate team, student will learn the art of persuasion. Debate increases students’ academic performance and gain experience from public speaking. They will be encouraged to stay abreast of local current events. Join the team and let your voice be heard.
This is a social club of sisterhood. Pearls & Gems is a prevention and enrichment club designed to engage young girls in activities that develops their social-emotional skills to become refined young ladies within the society.
Through this process, this social club nurtures girls’ social emotional intelligence, critical thinking, sisterhood, refinement, and community services. Club members’ will organized in and out of house choreographed routine performances. Participate in fundraising activities for school supplies, gifts and reading to the elders, feeding the homeless, and more…
Under the guidance of a trained adult advisor, girls mix and match activities and resources to suit their needs while giving back to their communities. They connect with each other and build self-esteem and confidence in their skills as they work on a range of projects and gain life experiences. Girl scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Join our scouts; a group of girls and adults who believe every girl can change the world.
Love to Dance? Be a part of our Baby Eaglettes! Our dance club is an organization that allows it members to experience the wonder of dance and the joy of performing. They learn to see dance as an art, a way of expression. Sometimes it is just the simple expression of fun and joy and other times there is a poignant message to be relayed. They will be performing at different events as well as competing at different levels.
The Gent’s is designed to help our young boys cope with issues at home and school, to bring awareness to the intention of the importance of choices that all teenage boys face.
This club’s concept was based and formulated to spend time together having fun; listening, learning and counting on each other. Activities includes performances based on concept of a brotherhood step team, community mentors, peer pressure conflicts, community services, fundraising, social skills such as etiquette, field trips, photography, and social editorial reports such as school newspaper and blog.
This is a beginning level Photo Club that will introduce the fundamental skills in photography mechanics while exploring the possibility of the photograph as visual language. Students will be asked to keep a portfolio of their work, works in progress, and a photo journal where a record of their research, developing creative thinking, and problem solving will be kept. In this club you will learn together the mechanics of your camera, camera techniques, and experience creativity with photography and composition. The art of photography: seeing the world through your eyes.
Robotics Club guides students through the exciting world of robots. Students define what a robot is and what it isn’t, study the myths that surround robots, examine how robots are used in movies and stories, and consider how robots assist humans. Experts in the field of robotics help students learn more about artificial intelligence and what the future holds for humans and machines.
Students focus on the origins, applications, and latest trends in robotics and learn how robots are built and controlled. They then move to exciting group challenges where they try to make a robot successfully complete a task. No previous computer coding experience is required, and no materials are required for participation. The Robotics Club is open to students in all grades.
SGA is designed to foster leadership skills, encourage school spirit, and teach democratic principles among students. As a student run organization that represents the entire student body. SGA allow students to express concerns and take a stand on important issues. SGA strives to lead by example in the areas of academic, extra curriculum activities, community service, school spirit, student events, and student- teacher relations. SGA members should be role models for other students, both in and out of the classroom. SGA at PCA strives to provide an effective, enjoyable environment to bring about positive change for students.