WELCOME TO PETRA ACADEMY
Parents want a school that gives them confidence they’re doing right by their kids. We understand how overwhelming the responsibility of educating a child can seem and want to help by partnering with parents to prepare students to live purposeful, godly lives. To learn more about our integrated, life-encompassing classical Christian education, watch our vision videos below, read our profile and mission, or visit us in person as part of our Tours on Thursday.
Our M/W/F morning Pre-K class is currently full, but we have a few seats still available in our M-F morning class (currently being made possible as we speak with this classroom renovation/expansion). Not looking for a full five mornings each week? We can accommodate! Learn more about our enrollment process, or join us for a Tour on Thursday at 9 or 10 a.m.
Interested in enrolling at Petra? Space is still available in most grades for our upcoming 23rd year. Visit our Admissions section and learn more today!
Class Seats Enrolled
(*Our M-F Pre-K class can accept students on T/Th for a 2-day/week program as well as on M/W/F for a 3-day/week program. Maximum enrollment in this class on any day is 8 students). Contact Admissions Director Mark Christofferson for details.
I spend my days with young people who are thoughtful, engaged, and funny. And, because I teach 12th grade students at a classical Christian school, my students also possess extraordinarily well-trained minds. They are the product of a different educational system than I was, and I never cease to be impressed with them, as individuals […]
A poem a day keeps the doctor away! All triteness aside, it may well be true that this variation on the old adage instructs well concerning our need for daily literary consumption of poetic language. Our 3rd grade class currently engages in this practice, immersed in a unit featuring Knock at a Star, an anthology […]
I want to believe it’s happening – for real, this time. None of this “get your hopes up, only to be crushed by another 6-8 inches of snow” stuff. Spring. I want spring. And I want spring to stick around. “April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot, “breeding lilacs out of the dead land, […]
When I was a young Captain stationed at RAF Lakenheath in England in 2003, I remember having a conversation with my squadron commander about our lack of work-life balance. “Why do we have to go out and waste so much time and fuel practicing Basic Fighter Maneuvers (close-in dogfighting) when everyone is already working 60-80 […]