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The Journey to Pineapple Cove Classical Academy - The Governing Board - Our Mission and Vision
Students learn Latin, read the classics, and memorize classical documents such as the Declaration of Independence or the Magna Carta.
Learning a period of history, in addition to the scientific discoveries of the time, the literature, art and music makes a very rich educational experience.
Students will be intentionally taught the benefits of a virtuous character and will be challenged through the lessons taught within the curriculum to develop and strengthen their character.
The start-up costs (land, facilities, legal expenses, literature, etc.) must be funded by the school. Partner with us to help reach our goals.
Patsy Hinton comes to PCCA with more than ten years experience in Classical education and more than twenty years in education. She has served as Dean of Academics and Curriculum Instruction Specialist at two Classical schools over the past ten years; prior to that she taught High School and Middle School American History, Government, Sociology, Leadership, and Peer Mediation in two public schools in Tampa, Florida. Mrs. Hinton earned her Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in History and a Bachelor's degree in Sociology with a minor in child development and psychology from the University of South Florida. Mrs. Hinton has been married for 27 years to David Hinton. The Hintons have been supporters of Classical education on a professional and personal level. They were members of the founding board of the Paideia School, a Classical school in Tampa. Their daughter graduated from a Classical school, and will attend Hillsdale College in the fall of 2014.
Strong academics and virtuous character will be at the heart of the academic community of Pineapple Cove Classical Academy with Patsy Hinton as the Headmaster.
In the love of truth; the love of learning.
Welcome to Pineapple Cove Classical Academy! Pineapple Cove Classical Academy is Brevard County's only K-8 Classical Charter School. PCCA is a tuition free charter school that will offer parents a unique and time-honored approach to education.
Pineapple Cove Classical Academy is a natural extension of Pineapple Cove Academy Early Learning facility where excellence in early education has been established at the preschool level. It is with the overwhelming support of our parents and community that Pineapple Cove Classical Academy has become a reality.
The intention of K-8 classical education is to produce young adults who are strong in mind and character. A classical school achieves this through a time-tested, content-rich program that emphasizes traditional learning, virtuous living, and civic responsibility.
Pineapple Cove Classical Academy will prepare our young students with the most important tools of learning: the ability to read, memorize, understand, think, reason, write persuasively, and speak quite eloquently. A distinct style of learning is integrated into the entire PCCA student experience, which includes academics, music, drama, athletics, and community spirit.
The unwavering support you have shown Pineapple Cove Classical Academy has been truly astounding. After much deliberation we have decided that in order to give the families of our community this high quality classical education in a facility that we can all be proud of, we will be opening for the 2015/16 school year. Our mission for this type of education will not diminish. We will tenaciously continue our endeavor. Every day we move forward with this project knowing that we are on the cusp of finding the perfect location for our academy. Please continue to visit the web site and Facebook for updated information on our quest. We will also continue our outreach within the community in our efforts to highlight classical education and the outstanding benefits it will have on our children.
Candor dat viridus alas
Sincerity gives wings to strength
John & Beth Moran, Founders
Pineapple Cove Classical Academy
Our website will keep everyone updated on the progress of PCCA Charter School. Florida Charter Schools do not receive any public funds until the school opens. The start-up costs (land, facilities, legal expenses, literature, etc.) must be funded by the school. Charter schools are held accountable for academic and financial results.
We appreciate all input and we will need the help and support of all of our Pineapple Cove parents and families for this undertaking. We will be accepting donations and hold fundraising events to aid in completion. We are looking forward to building relationships with architects, building contractors, painters, inspectors and others during this process and after completion.
Please call us at (321) 723-8884 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Calling all Pineapple Cove Parents. We need your help and support! Please fill out and bring in, fax, or email your Letter of Intent. This is a very important step to getting Pineapple Cove Classical Academy up an running for the 2015-2016 school year. CLICK HERE to download and fill out your Letter of Intent. You can bring in the form to Pineapple Cove Academy, fax to (321) 723-8872 or scan your filled out from and email it to email@example.com.
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