In many ways, PCA is a part of my DNA. I started my school career in PK4, the same year PCA became a school. So, on my Graduation Day in 2011, I had spent more time there than any other place in my life. It's possible that I had no real appreciation of the influence it has wielded on my character, work ethic or even academic performance until the day I walked away.
When I went to college, I found that I had become a critical thinker and dedicated worker who was able to handle the academic challenges that came my way.
I have been extremely blessed to have been nurtured and "trained up" in an environment that equipped me to be engaged spiritually and to pursue a relationship with God.GRANT TUCKER, PCA CLASS OF 2011, BS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY CLASS OF 2015