Class Schedule

PCLA administration reserves the right to limit the number of students in a class. In the event that a class becomes full, a waiting list may be created. PCLA administration also reserves the right to cancel, combine, or reschedule classes.  Additional classes may be created as needed. Parents are responsible for providing all textbooks. Please see Course Catalogue for all class descriptions, pre-requisites and curriculum.

Printable Class Schedule

Tuesday
11 - 12
LA1A

2/3 Grammar

Tuesday
10 - 11
MA1A

2/3 Math

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Drop Class

Tuesday
3:30 - 4:30
FA2D

MS Art

Tuesday
8 - 9
SS1P

2/3 History

We will study leaders from Christopher Columbus to Martin Luther King, Jr., to give your child a chronological understanding of great leaders in American history. With 22 biographical excerpts of Presidents, generals, preachers, pioneers, and more, your child can observe the character-building qualities of these leaders. Comprehension questions, timelines, terms and definitions, “Stop and Think” sections and maps of where these honorable people lived give your child facts to remember and traits like honesty, courage, and bravery to model in his life.

Tuesday
8 - 10
MA2C

4/5 Math

Lessons will include place value, Roman numerals, addition & subtraction, multiplication & division, equations, geometry, time & measurement, ratios, proportions, percent’s, fractions, decimals, and integers.

Tuesday
8 - 10
SS3E-HS

Government/Economics

We will study our government from foundation to the present day. This class will prepare students for responsible citizenship with discussions of the principles and mechanics of a constitutional republic. The curriculum provides insight on a variety of topics such as the three branches of government, political parties, elections, foreign policy, and more, all from a biblical perspective.

Tuesday
8 - 10
SC2B

Life Science - Class is Full/Waitlist has begun

Topics covered include organism, classification, cellular biology, genetics, creation vs. evolution, microbiology, botany, zoology, ecology, and human anatomy. A science project is required.

Tuesday
12:30 - 1:30
FA1P

2/3 Art

Students will have different monthly units that focus on the world’s greatest painters. The children will study Art techniques so they will have a foundation to create great works of art themselves. There will also be several outside the box activities like making jewelry, food as art, and slime time. This course will be interactive and fun.

Tuesday
10 - 11
LA1C

4/5 Grammar

Lessons will cover parts of speech, sentence structure, and rules of capitalization and punctuation. Basic elements of writing will be introduced as students learn to model original works using the imitation method.

Tuesday
10 - 11
FL2B

Middle School Spanish

This elective course presents basic structure and grammar of the Spanish language and encourages conversation with the introduction of basic vocabulary. Concepts such as the calendar, seasons, classroom objects and school subjects, commands, numbers, colors, pronouns, introduction of conjugation, greetings, and a basic understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures will be taught. This class will provide a good foundation to students who will be taking Spanish 1.

Tuesday
10 - 12
SC3M

Forensic Science

Science is the application to the investigation of crime scenes. It includes the investigation of fingerprinting, fiber analysis, ballistics, arson, trace evidence analysis, poisons, drugs, blood spatters, and blood samples. Students will learn the scientific protocols for analyzing a crime scene, how to use chemical and physical separation methods to isolate and identify materials. How to analyze biological evidence and the criminal use of tools, including impressions from firearms, tool marks, arson, and explosive evidence.​

Tuesday
10 - 12
LA3A - H

Honors Comparative Literature and Composition

Honors classes will be given more rigorous classwork and homework assignments. Introduction to a variety of literary genres with emphasis on literary elements, vocabulary, grammar, and writing. Students will examine how ideas and writing styles have developed based on an author’s culture and learn how to look beyond the storyline to analyze works in light of a Christian world view. Students will develop critical reading and writing skills to develop a confident voice in both written assignments and classroom discussions.

Tuesday
9 - 10
SC1C

2/3 Science

Course description coming soon.

Tuesday
12:30 - 1:30
SS2G

4/5 History

This course begins with the time period before Europeans came to what is now the U.S. and takes students on an exciting journey through the history of the people, places, and events that shaped U.S. history until the late 1800s.

Tuesday
11 - 12
FL1C

4/5 Spanish

This course presents basic structure and grammar of the Spanish language and encourages learning by using games and other activities to engage the student in the course. Students will converse, read, and write in Spanish.

Tuesday
11 - 12
SS2A

Georgia History

This course tells the story of Georgia—its history, culture, and geography—in the context of the American nation, and its state and local government in the context of American democracy.

Tuesday
1:30 - 2:30
SC2C

4/5 Science

Topics covered in our science units will include rocks and minerals, matter and energy, weather, biomes, ecosystems, sound and light, respiratory and circulatory systems.

Tuesday
10 - 11
LA2A

Middle School Composition I: Introduction to Writing

Students will learn basic elements of writing such as writing basic sentences, writing paragraphs, and writing essays. Grammar will be enriched through sentence combining, modeling and editing. Students will have a chance to enhance writing knowledge through subject writing, creative writing and reports.

Tuesday
8 - 10
SC3B

Honors Biology

Using a combination of lecture and laboratory activities, this course introduces scientific investigation, cellular biology, biochemistry, energy relationships, homeostasis, genetics, heredity, biotechnology, microbiology, classification, taxonomy, origins, comparative physiology, ecology, botany, and zoology.

Tuesday
12:30 - 2:30
SS3B

US History - Class is Full/Waitlist has begun

This course covers our nation's history from colonial times up to the present focusing on God's providence and America's "Christian heritage", the text focuses on the circumstances that allowed for colonial expansion and development into modern day America. Additional discussion and activities will be added during class time.

Tuesday
2;30 - 3:30
LA2B

Middle School Composition II: Extending the Writing Process

Students will review basic writing skills using a literature approach, in addition to traditional writing exercises. Topics covered will include: expository, narrative, and persuasive writing; research papers, including citation of sources; and poetry. Several classic short stories, poems, and novels will be studied.

Tuesday
12:30 - 2:30
EL3D

Journalism and Publications

Students will work on all aspects of the PCLA yearbook. This course may be taken multiple times.

Tuesday
2:30 - 4:30
LA3C - H

Honors American Literature and Composition - Class is Full/Waitlist has begun

This course will give students the opportunity to read and study various genres of literature written from the foundation of our nation through the modern period. Students will be expected to engage with the texts through discussion, writing, and projects. This course is a complete Language Arts course.

Tuesday
10 - 12
MA3B

Honors Geometry

This course continues into the practical methods of solving first- and second-degree equations and inequalities. Algebraic skills are introduced in logical order: relations, functions, graphing, and systems of equations, radicals, factoring polynomials, rational equations, and quadratic functions. Contains review questions that refresh the memory without wearying the mind. It also includes word problems and special interest sections on computer technology and famous mathematicians.

Tuesday
12:30 - 2:30
MA2B

Honors Pre-Algebra

Eases students into algebraic thinking by introducing the concept of variables early, then emphasizing equation-solving procedures throughout the remaining chapters. Reviews and builds on traditional arithmetic skills and includes a consumer- related application of math to everyday life.

Tuesday
12:30 - 2:30
MA2A

Math Fundamentals

Explains whole numbers, number theory, equations, decimals, integers, fractions, basic geometry.

Tuesday
8 - 10
FL3A

High School Spanish 1

Designed to provide students with the vocabulary and grammar skills they need to create language for communication. Students will converse, read and write in Spanish. Culture studies are integrated throughout.

Tuesday
2:30 - 4:30
MA3A

Honors Algebra 1

This course continues into the practical methods of solving first- and second-degree equations and inequalities. Algebraic skills are introduced in logical order: relations, functions, graphing, and systems of equations, radicals, factoring polynomials, rational equations, and quadratic functions. Contains review questions that refresh the memory without wearying the mind. It also includes word problems and special interest sections on computer technology and famous mathematicians.