STUDENT LIFE

E-NEWS

Park Meadows Academy’s monthly newsletters provide information on important events and activities happening throughout the year, as well as insights and testimonials from students, teachers, and alumni.  The purpose of our newsletter is to connect with our students and their families. Our newsletters also serve as an opportunity for us to share our mission with prospective families and others that wish to support our academy.

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THE GOAL

Family-Like Atmosphere

Park Meadows Academy strives to provide students with an enjoyable friendly, family-like atmosphere.  Although we work hard to challenge students academically, we also work to balance our schedule to allow students to be involved with events and programs that are fun, interesting, and challenging.  Our goal is to help students enjoy school life while reproducing the mind of Christ in their minds.

 

Spiritual Emphasis

Students in all grades receive daily challenges from the Word of God, whether in Bible class or in chapel.  

 

DRESS STANDARDS

Dress Policies
 
The biblical principle underlying all standards of appearance is modesty.  This not only applies to common decency but to the matter of calling undue attention to oneself as well.  The clothing and grooming of our students should be appropriate in the area of modesty.
 
PMA has a dress code policy for all grades.  Girls are required to wear skirts, dresses, or pants with a collar shirt  and the boys are required to wear a collar shirt and school pants (no blue jeans).  School shoes for the elementary can be casual or a tennis shoe type.
 
When a student enrolls in PMA, the parents will receive dress code information.

CHAPEL

The spiritual growth of our students is of utmost importance.  In addition to Bible classes, the students meet daily to hear the presentation of God's Word.  The Elementary meets daily for chapel.  Elementary chapels are filled with "junior church" songs and lessons from God's Word.  School parents are always welcome to come and be part of the chapels.