Palacaguina Christian Academy
Changing a Generation
Love Pala Impact
Who WE ARE?
PCA is a bilingual christian school nestled in a small, green mountainside, on the NE side of Palacaguina, Nicaragua.
PCA is bilingual school: PCA seeks to emerge kids in an english language classroom, recognizing that exposure to a new language at a child’s young age, increases a child’s ability to learn a second language and greatly effects english comprehension once the student becomes an adult.
PCA is a christian school: The region of Palacaguina lacks christian school options for students. We believe that true long term change for a student’s future starts with a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Mission & Vision
Mission: We will educate, equip and empower children to reach their greatest potential by providing a safe and holistic learning environment that incorporates health, individual responsibility, and social and moral values.
Vision: Change a Generation of children through a biblically based, bi-lingual education.
Sponsor a Student
By the grace of God we are the only private, bilingual and Christian school in our city. Our children are blessed to receive a quality education, with Christian values in a place with beautiful conditions.
However, this education is possible because of the contribution that people like you make by sponsoring a child in our school. You can change a child’s life for $ 42 a month or $ 495 a year.
KIDS HAVE A SPONSOR
kIDS NEED SPONSOR
FULL TIME JOBS
Journey To 28
Asking for help is hard. Asking people for money and support has been and continues to be the most difficult
thing we will ever do. It goes against our nature and it goes against our strong, human will to be self-sufficient
Kicking off a New Year
I want to reflect on the Lord’s compassion and faithfulness to start our update.
Knowing that every morning His compassion is new gives hope for each day. Hope that yesterday’s struggles
do not define our present or future and yesterday’s successes do not limit what new works God can work in
our lives today. His compassion is NEW. This fills each day with the promise of possibility and fills our heart
with promise of possibility for a new ministry and school year at PCA.
Look what the Lord has done
I fondly remember a charismatic worship song from my youth, Look What the Lord has Done. And as I recall the many joyful times I sung that song in church, it feels like such an applicable theme for the last year at PCA. God has done so much through the ministry of PCA in the students, families, and community of Palacaguina.