Prattville Christian Academy

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Prattville Christian Acadmey
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Academic Excellence in a Christian Environment
Prattville, Alabama
Type Private
Established 1997
Headmaster Ron Mitchell
Faculty 70 (2013-1014)
Grades K3-12
Enrollment 645 (2013-2014)
Color(s) Purple and Black
Mascot Panthers
Affiliations AHSAA

Prattville Christian Academy or PCA is a Christian private school located in Prattville, Alabama. The school includes kindergarten through twelfth grade. The average class size is 25. The president of the school is Ron Mitchell. The mascot of the school is a black Panther and the school colors are purple, white and black. The school's gymnasium was completely destroyed during a tornado on Sunday, February 17, 2008. The school's motto is "Excellence in a Christian environment".

PCA is known for having an excellent athletics department, including football, basketball, baseball, softball, wrestling, soccer, volleyball, cross country, tennis, cheer, swimming, fishing, and track.

The Prattville Christian Academy football team is currently coached by Chris Jones, along with offensive coordinator Preston Judah and defensive coordinator Trent Staggs. The team competes in the AHSAA Class 3A Region 3. The 2014 football team finished with a overall regular season record of 4-6 and a region record of 3-3, and made the AHSAA Playoffs for the first time in school history.[1][2]

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Coordinates: 32°28′49″N 86°24′19″W / 32.48021°N 86.40514°W / 32.48021; -86.40514