T: 904.695.2837 - High School T: 904.786.0028 - Lower School

Middle and Elementary School

Middle School

The Potter’s House Christian Academy Middle School provides a safe, yet welcoming environment where children are nurtured academically, emotionally, and spiritually.  The 6th through 8th grades are often considered the most difficult years for children due to the rapid life changes, peer pressure, and increasingly challenging school work.  We make it safe for children to grow and flourish in a nurturing Christ-centered atmosphere.  We are committed not only to educating the whole child-mind, body, and soul-but to finding and developing each child’s unique, God-given talents and gifts. We provide positive reinforcement, cultivate a strong social and academic setting, and teach the importance of personal responsibility to help prepare students for the rigors of high school and adulthood.

Elementary School

Welcome to the elementary school of The Potters House Christian Academy, consisting of grades K3 – 5.  We offer a traditional academic setting using the Abeka and Positive Action Curriculum, along with a rich opportunity of resources classes including Music, Library, Computer, and PE taught by certified experienced educators. If you are looking for Chorus, Drum Line, Safety Patrols, or being a Jacksonville Jaguars Honor Rows member we have it as part of our extracurricular program, which allows our students to extend their learning experience beyond the regular day.

As a PHCA Lion, we will focus on developing the student academically, spiritually, culturally and physically, by creating a Christian learning environment conducive to learning.  Our Reading, Math, Science and/or Literacy enriched educational activities inside and or outside the classroom will keep the child’s mind sharp.

Research shows that the classroom environment acts as a third teacher when it comes to being developmentally appropriate, engaging and rich with learning opportunities. PHCA educators are provided professional-development opportunities and teacher-incentive programs that strengthen their skills and foster innovative teaching methods and concepts that improve student instruction.

In the classroom:

  • Quarterly Projects
  • Progress Reports Every 3 weeks
  • Daily Bible Lessons
  • Awards Program Every Nine Weeks
  • Elementary National Honor Society

Outside the classroom:

  • Field Trips
  • Private Piano and/or Dance Lessons
  • FACCS Local and State Fine Arts Competitions
  • FACCS Local and State Spelling Bee Competitions
  • VPK/K4 Crossing Over Program, K5 Graduation Program and 5th Grade High Five Program
  • Weekly Chapel
  • Annual Father Daughter Dance
  • Bring A Friend to School Day
  • Cultural Awareness