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Well Done Warrior: Issy

May 19, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Issy has been at PCS a long time--since pre-school! She is the youngest of her siblings to have attended PCS. Issy said that a meaningful scripture verse is Acts 20:24 However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God's grace. Issy will be attending Thiel College and will play on their Women's Basketball team. We wish you the best, Issy, as you go forth and follow God's leading in your life. Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Cavan

May 19, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Cavan has been at PCS for two years and has been involved in many activities during his time with us. He has been a member of the soccer, basketball, and men's volleyball teams. He can also often be found giving Mr. Chuck a hand when he needs it. Cavan said something he has really enjoyed at PCS is playing sports. He said that after graduation, he will miss the friends he has made here. His advice for younger students is, “Do what you can before you can't anymore.” After graduation, Cavan will be working for a family business, Graham and Sons, Inc. We have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you, Cavan! You will be missed! Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Jackson

May 19, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Jackson is a member of the Class of 2024 who has been at PCS for his entire education. He values the Christian community and that the classes are taught with a Biblical worldview. One of his fond memories is playing “rotten egg” every week on the way to chapel. A meaningful verse to Jackson is Colossians 3:17 And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

In the fall, Jackson will be attending Grove City College to major in education. We wish you well, Jackson! Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Caleb

May 19, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Caleb is another member of the Class of 2024 who has been at PCS since kindergarten. Caleb fondly remembers hanging out with friends, and playing basketball and soccer with his teammates over the past 12 years, and he will miss all the friends he has made. Caleb was asked what he valued about attending a Christian school. He replied, “I’ve really enjoyed being in a Christian school, being with great people who care about you, and who truly love the Lord! ”. He also said the most valuable thing he has learned at PCS is what he learned in Civics in Dr. Cost's class. A meaningful scripture to Caleb is Isaiah 41:10, Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Caleb's advice for younger students at PCS is, “Continue to put your faith and trust in the Lord and trust in him with all your heart, mind, and soul.” Great advice, Caleb!

In the fall, Caleb will be heading straight into the workforce, but hopes to take online courses somewhere towards a degree. We wish you the best, Caleb! Well dine, Warrior!

 

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Well Done Warrior: Kara

May 12, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Kara is a member of the Class of 2024 who has been at PCS for five years. She has been a member of the volleyball team and has also served as an officer for her class for the past two years. She is currently the class president. Kara said that her favorite memories from her time as a Warrior are: being a part of the volleyball team, the everyday joking around with her classmates, when she and her classmates played hide and seek in 10th grade for missions week, and the senior wilderness trip. Kara said that the thing she will miss the most about PCS is the community that exists within the school, and that what she values about attending a Christian school is “That scripture is integrated into everything that we are learning and the ability to share our faith openly”. Learning how to defend her faith is the most important thing that Kara believes she has learned in her Christian education. A meaningful scripture verse to Kara is 1 Timothy 4:12 Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. 

In the fall, Kara is tentatively headed to Geneva College to study Business Management. We wish Kara the best as she says goodbye to PCS. Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Caydren

May 09, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Caydren has been at PCS since sixth grade. He has participated in athletics for the soccer and basketball teams. He has also served as a class officer and is a member of the National Honor Society. Caydren said that his favorite memories involve time with friends. He said that he will miss the teachers at PCS and that their influence is something he values about attending PCS. A meaningful passage of scripture to Caydren is Matthew‬ ‭16‬:‭24‬-‭25‬ ‭KJV “Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.“

In the fall, Caydren will be attending Geneva College. We wish Caydren the best in his future plans…well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Macy

May 02, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Macy has been a member of the PCS Class of 2024 for 11 years. As she reflects on her time at PCS coming to a close, Macy said that she will miss laughing with her friends every day. Her favorite memories are of the senior wilderness trip, specifically the “spider cave”. She values the fact that at a Christian school she has been able to make good friends who are like minded. The most valuable thing she learned was to show Christ's love to everyone.  A meaningful verse to Macy is Romans 15:13 May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. Macy's advice to younger students is to have fun and don't take things too seriously!

Macy will be taking a gap year after graduation and will then attend Charles Southern University. We wish Macy the best in her future endeavors! Well done, Warrior!

 

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Well Done Warrior: Shon

April 30, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Shon has been a PCS Warrior since 10th grade. Shon said that when he moves on he will miss his friends at PCS. His favorite memories during his time here revolve around athletics. Shon was a member of the soccer and basketball teams. A meaningful scripture verse to Shon is Isaiah 41:10 Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Shon has been attending Vo Tech the past year and will be looking to attend a trade school in the fall for a program in automotive technology. We wish you the best, Shon! Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Matthew

April 30, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Matthew is another PCS Warrior who is getting ready to fly! He has been at PCS for six years and has been involved in athletics--soccer, basketball, and men's volleyball--as well as student leadership, serving as a class officer and in student government. Matthew is also an Eagle Scout and a member of the Lawrence County Sportsman Association.

There are many memories students make at PCS. When asked about his favorite memories, Matthew mentioned he is grateful that he met and was mentored by Cole Wilson, a former student. Matthew also mentioned that he is thankful that he was a part of getting the men's volleyball team started. When we asked Matthew what he will miss about PCS, he said he will miss the teachers and a few students in particular. Matthew had some words of wisdom for younger students. He said, “Have fun when you're younger, because when you are a senior, all you want to do is sleep.”

We like to hear what students value from their time at PCS. Matthew mentioned that he values the great environment at PCS.  Also, something valuable he learned at PCS is that “being right isn't the most important thing.” A scripture verse that is meaningful to Matthew right now is Revelation 3:19-21 Those whom I love, I reprove and discipline, so be zealous and repent. Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me. The one who conquers, I will grant him to sit with me on my throne, as I also conquered and sat down with my Father on his throne.

In the fall Matthew is headed to Norwich University to study Computer and Electrical Engineering. Matthew, you will be missed! Well done, Warrior!

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Well Done Warrior: Liz

April 26, 2024
By Mary Barnes

Liz is one of our Class of 2024 graduates, and she has been at PCS for five years.  Liz has had many fond memories while at PCS. She says that she loved all the sports memories she made, such as the super-fun themed volleyball games and the Ohio tournament where the team mostly lost their games but still had a great experience. Liz also remembered that her class raised money for missions week and the reward was to play hide-and-seek in school, which was great until the reward was banned.  

On a more serious note, Liz said that what she will miss about PCS is the good Godly community of people because everyone helped her to grow in her faith. When asked what she values about receiving a Christian education, Liz said, “I love, as I said, the Godly community we are surrounded with and the amazing education we get not only about God and Christianity, but about other things in that realm that we dug deeper into so we could better understand. Even the other subjects we learned were clearly taught, and we dug deep so that we could truly understand.”  When asked what the most valuable thing she has learned at PCS specifically, Liz replied, “I was honestly scared to have Mr. Wise this year, but it turns out I actually really enjoyed having his class this year and last year. I loved going through the book of Ecclesiastes. This year we have learned about different ways we can evangelize and approach people to help lead them to Christ and the gospel--it was very beneficial.” A meaningful scripture verse to Liz is Psalm 143:8 Let me hear in the morning of your steadfast love, for in you I trust. Make me know the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul. 

Liz had some advice for students in the grades below her. She said, “Keep pushing through. I know school may get boring or hard but in the end you will truly appreciate what you have learned and worked for. Time goes by fast, so before you know it, you will be graduating as well.”

This summer Liz will be working at a kids' camp and then plans to continue working at the nursing home where she is currently employed until she figures out where God is leading her.  We have no doubt that Liz will make an impact in the world serving wherever God leads her. Well done, Warrior!

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