What are our endowment funds?
Endowment funds are gifts that keep giving. The funds are invested by PCA and the gains generated by the investment are used to support PCA's teachers, curriculum and student accessibility! The PCA endowment is valued at almost $10 million. You can read about all of our endowments on the right side of the page!
- Dr. Alan Wagner Stem Endowed Chair
- Clark Family Endowment
- The Cruse Endowment
- Felix Joseph Lozano, IV ('09) Endowment
- Lewis Family Endowment
- Lion Legacy Endowment
- The Earls Family Endowment for College Guidance
- The Haynie and Paige Mayhew Family Endowment
- The Hollabaugh Family Endowment
- The Kathy Staples Boobar Memorial Hardship Endowment
- The PCA Benevolence Fund
- The PCA Endowment Fund
- The PCA Faculty Benevolence Endowment Fund
- The PCA Faculty Compensation Endowment Fund
- The PCA Faculty Professional Development Endowment Fund
- The Taylor Family Endowment
- The Shannon Allbright Learning Lab Endowment Fund
- The PCA Sponsor-A-Child Endowment Fund
- The PCA World Impact Endowment Fund
- Other Endowments
Named in honor of PCA Grandfather, Dr. Alan Wagner and his career and contributions in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this permanently endowed Chair recognizes excellence in teaching and scholarship and supports the teaching, professional development and curriculum enhancement of outstanding faculty members. This Endowment is held by the Blue Cross Community Foundation to benefit PCA.
The Clark Family Endowment was established in 2011 by Brad and Lisa Clark and their children Caroline Russell (’07) and Camryn Young (’12) for the purpose of benefitting Fine Arts at PCA. The goal of the fund is to promote and expand fine arts within the school curriculum.
This purpose of this endowment is to help provide funds for attracting and maintaining staff members of excellence. The endowment was established in 2011 in memory of PCA student Connor Cruse by his parents, Tait and Joy Cruse, and siblings MacKenzie Cruse (’16), Carson Cruse (’20), Mason Cruse (’24), Tyler Cruse (’25), and Emma Cruse (’26).
This endowment provides need-based tuition assistance for current and prospective families to attend Prestonwood Christian Academy. The fund was established in 2013 in memory of Felix Joseph (Joe) Lozano, IV ('09) by his father and stepmother Felix and Belinda Lozano III, mother Tifini Lozano, and siblings Gabe Lozano ('14) and Mercedes Lozano ('16).
This endowment serves as a fund for Prestonwood Christian Academy staff who have demonstrated teaching excellence in a way that is either measured or universally recognized by their peers and who encounter a financial hardship beyond what their salary provides. The fund was established in 2010 by PCA parents Travis and Marya Lewis and their sons Nathan ('22) and Maddox ('25).
In 2018 the Alumni Association established the Lion Legacy Endowment which exists to support the PCA's Sponsor-A-Child program that provides tuition assistance to students and their families who could not otherwise afford the Kingdom education that PCA offers. Our signature fundraising event every year is the Zig Ziglar Servant Leadership Award Dinner, which takes place in April. Help us reach the highest Alumni participation for this special event.
The fund was established in 2017 by PCA Parents Kelly and Keri Earls and their sons Kaleb (’14), Kolson (’17) and Kamden (’22). The goal of the fund is to assist in funding various initiatives within the PCA College Guidance Office. The fund honors the contribution of PCA Director of College Guidance, Dr. Ron Moss.
The fund was established in 2017 by PCA Parents Haynie and Paige Mayhew and their sons Chaz (’20), Luke (’22) and Trey (’23). The goal of the fund is to provide additional compensation for teaching positions at PCA therefore retaining and attracting the most talented instructors.
Eric and Darla Hollabaugh, and their children, Stephen Hollabaugh ('08) and Heather Hollabaugh Kuehler ('09) established this family legacy fund in 2011. The fund benefits the PCA Sponsor-A-Child program which contributes need-based tuition assistance for students attending PCA.
The fund was established in 2017 by PCA Parent Tim Boobar and his daughter Carly Boobar (’14) in memory of their wife and mother Kathy Staples Boobar. The goal of the fund is to provide financial assistance to current PCA families encountering hardship circumstances.
Dr. Larry and Delinda Taylor, and their children, Bryce Taylor (’07), Luke Taylor (’09), Zeke Taylor (’11) and Chas Taylor (’13) established the family legacy fund in 2018. The fund benefits the PCA Sponsor-A-Child program which contributes need-based tuition assistance for students attending PCA.
This endowment provides funding for the ongoing support of the Prestonwood Christian Academy Learning Lab. The fund was established in 2004 in memory of Shannon Allbright; PCA mother of Liz Allbright ('05) and Tyler Allbright ('08).
The following endowments are held by the Prestonwood Foundation for the full or partial benefit of Prestonwood Christian Academy:
- The Boleman Family Endowment
- The Howard Family Endowment
- The Jacobs Family Fund
- The PCA Sponsor-A-Child Fund
- The Evatt Family Legacy
- The Yoder Family Legacy
- The Lindquist Family Legacy
- The Harwell Family Legacy
Founded in 1979, The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) provides accreditation to leading Christian nonprofit organizations that faithfully demonstrate compliance with established standards for financial accountability, transparency, fundraising, and board governance. Prestonwood Christian Academy is a proud recipient of this accreditation.