Great school and my kid had a very good time. School had good supporting system. Lot and lots individual care given to each student
Polaris Christian Academy is a private middle school in Columbus. The principal of Polaris Christian Academy is Nanci Griffith, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 140 students go to Polaris Christian Academy and identify as Asian; Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. The ratio of students to teachers at Polaris Christian Academy is 13:1. Olentangy Orange Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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My children transferred to PCA last year and we can not say enough wonderful things about PCA! Wonderful loving caring teachers and administrators. Excellent education!
My son is in kindergarten at Polaris Christian and I also volunteer for lunch duty 2 times a week. I love the school. Volunteering has given my the chance to witness many teachers and students beyond my sons class and the school is excellent. The studies are advanced above my local school district and the facilities are impecable. Wonderful in every in way.
Three of my children have attended this school and I strongly recommend it to anyone. The teachers and staff are the very best and do all they can to partner with us as parents to help raise our children academically physically emotionally and spiritually. It is a wonderful fun supportive environment with small class sizes. We love it! It is now known as Polaris Christian Academy.
Im not a parent but i did attend christ the king for six years and loved it. the academics are great the teachers are phenominal and the atmosphere i sposotive and uplifting. my relationship with God grew as i was there. one last thing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Liston Rocks (thats underlined)
My step-daughter has attended Christ the King Christian School since Kindergarten. She is now entering the eighth grade. My son will be starting Kindergarten this fall. I graduated from CTK in 1991 and I loved it!!! My husband and I have always had the utmost respect for the principal and staff at CTK. We feel that our kids are receiving the best education being taught the same Godly principles that are taught at home and are looked at as an individual not as a number. My only wish is that the school would be able to expand and offer ninth through twelfth grade classes. I would love to keep all four of my children in this school until they graduate. -Lori P. of Galena OH