Pella Christian High School
300 Eagle Lane Pella, IA 50219 www.pceagles.org Ph 641.628.4440 Fax 641.628.3530
Dan Van Kooten, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Brad Engbers , Guidance Counselor email@example.com
Dan Branderhorst, Athletic Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Pella Christian was established in 1939 as a private, Christian high school located in South Central Iowa. PCHS is accredited by the State of Iowa Department of Education and is governed by a board of elected constituents. The board, faculty, and staff adhere to the reformed world and life view that our world belongs to God and our lives are a testimony of thanksgiving and service to Him. Therefore we are partners with parents and local churches in educating the young people in our communities.
Mission: Pella Christian High School educates and nurtures each student to serve in God’s world.
Curriculum: Pella Christian provides a liberal arts education including rigorous college prep courses as well as courses in industrial arts, fine arts, and family and consumer sciences. Students have the opportunity to receive college credit for various courses through agreements with DMACC. Online college courses are available through DMACC, as well. Limited AP courses are available.
*2015/16 enrollment for grades 9-‐12 is 267 students
*PCHS utilizes a traditional 8-‐period per day schedule with chapel and intramural times scheduled in each week.
*Each faculty member holds current Iowa teaching certificates. *63% of the teaching staff hold master’s degrees.
Class of 2014 Profile Class of 2015 Profile
68 graduates 70 graduates
42 are attending 4-year schools 59 are attending 4-year schools
20 are attending 2-year schools 7 are attending 2-year schools
5 are working in the community; 1 joined the military 4 are working in the community
Year PCHS State Av. Nat’l Av.
2011: 24.4 22.3 21.1
2012: 25.3 22.1 21.1
2013: 24.1 22.1 20.9
2014: 25.0 22.0 21.0
2015: 25.2 22.2 21.0
PCHS Graduation Requirements
English: 6 credits
Mathematics: 6 credits (4 required 2014 and before)
Science: 6 credits (4 required 2014 and before)
Social Studies: 6 credits
Bible: 4 credits
Physical Education: 4 credits
Computer Applications: 1 credit
Fine Arts: 1 credit
Personal Finance: 1 credit
*1 credit is given for each 1 semester course.
*46 credits are required to graduate.
Extracurricular Activities Offered:
Chamber Choir, Pep Band, Drama, Forensics, Mock Trial, Student Publications, Student Council, Class Officer, Cheerleading, Drill Team, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Track, Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Softball, Baseball, Clay Target Club, and International Club.