PCA's Communication Arts faculty work to prepare our students to engage in discourse that honors God through our tone, logic, creativity, credibility and rhetorical skill. Never has it been enough to lay out facts in cold and distant tones or argue for the truth condescendingly.
As benefactors of God's creative instinct, we must enter into a dialogue about culture, media and message. We must send out thoughtful and effective communicators into the world and enable them to seek truth, analyze messages from a Biblical Worldview and craft messages that point to our Creator God. The Communication Arts program seeks to inspire and prepare your students to be creators of meaningful messages and not just passive receivers of them.
Classes and academic competitions like Mock Trial aim to develop: Competent Kingdom Listeners, Confident Kingdom Thinkers and Compelling Kingdom Storytellers to transform the culture for Christ.
Pictured above: Debate Team Captain Gabrielle Goonetilleke (Junior) with teammate Bettina Devadoss (Eighth)
The Communication Arts program seeks to inspire and prepare your students to be creators of meaningful messages and not just passive receivers of them.
PCA debater one of three Freshman in the state of Texas to qualify for TFA State in Congressional Debate.