June 11, 2024 | Announcements

PCS Students Excel in Classical Competitions

Not surprisingly, the Latin word virtus translates to our word virtue. But–as with many Latin words–it has additional translations that deepen our understanding of how the Romans viewed the concept...

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May 20, 2024 | Twigs for the Nest

The Home as a “School of Love”

The Home as a ‘School of Love’ Justin Whitmel Earley on Habits of the Household  We’re grateful that we had the opportunity to have Justin Whitmel Earley, author of The Common Rule...

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April 15, 2024 | Twigs for the Nest

Cultivating the Reader in Every Student

Why a Read-A-Thon and Literature Day? Everett McNutt had always been an active kid, using his body from the time he woke up to when he went to bed. Sitting down...

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February 12, 2024 | Everything Has Meaning

Not a Math Person?

With our upcoming Grammar School Math Carnival in view, we’re sharing these thoughts on the study of math from Rachel Becham, 5th grade teacher.  “God, all nature sings Thy glory, and...

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February 5, 2024 | Twigs for the Nest

“Everything We Make Has Meaning!”: Embracing and Equipping Our Students in their Quest for Meaning

One day last January, a first grader brought home several completed art projects. After dinner, as she shared her medieval castle model with her mom, she commented, “I love my...

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