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Mayor Bristol in PCA North Homecoming Parade

Town of Prosper Mayor David Bristol made an important proclamation emphasizing the significance of Friday, October 6, marking a special day for PCA North. He stated, “I, David F. Bristol, Mayor of the Town of Prosper, Texas, do hereby proclaim October 6, 2023, as Prestonwood Christian Academy North Day in the town of Prosper, Texas, and I hereby extend my best wishes and sincere congratulations on the occasion of reaching this 10-year anniversary.”

Not only is it the 10-year anniversary of PCA North, the day marked the school’s first official Homecoming which recognized the graduating class of 2023. The celebration began with a parade in the morning featuring Mayor Bristol on a fire truck along with other impressive floats and vehicles. The parade was followed by a pep rally at the PCA North football stadium which was packed with students, parents, faculty and staff.

Mayor Bristol congratulated the school and its Kingdom education impact. PCA North finished the day naming their first ever Homecoming King and Queen at the football game that evening.

PCA North is part of the Prestonwood Christian Academy School System which serves students in the Dallas Metroplex and virtually throughout the world. More than 2,200 students are enrolled at four campuses: PCA Plano (Pre-K3 through 12th Grade), PCA North in Prosper (Pre-K3 through 12th Grade), PCA Hybrid (a three-day in classroom/two-day at home program) and PCA Online. St. Timothy Christian Academy in Plano serves students with learning differences. PCA North is celebrating its 10-year anniversary growing from 52 students in 2014 to serving 646 today. PCA North is accepting applications for the 2024-25 school year. Go to prestonwoodchristian.org/admissions for more information.

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