Teaching with a Biblical Worldview
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    Summer Camp Fun

    Summer Camp session 2 is already in full effect.  Students have travelled to Plaster Carousel, Funky Fish (Boca Inlet), Off The Wall, the pool and more in the first 10 days!  Have you enrolled in summer camp? If not, email our Camp Director Camila Almeida at calmei... Read More

    Faith > Fear

    Yearbooks are still on sale for $35.  We only have about 20 yearbooks left. The yearbook includes all students (preschool, elementary school and middle school). Did you know that the yearbook is created and designed by our very own middle school students?  Check it... Read More

    Middle School students in Virgina

    Middle School students enjoyed a 3 day/2night trip to Virginia.  The students and teachers toured colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown learning about the development of our country from a Christian perspective. Next year, students will head to Washington, DC.&n... Read More

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    The 2015-16 TerraNova scores are available. Parent letters were sent our prior to the end of the school year with your secure login information. Don't have your login information? Email jrivera@parkridgeca.com read more

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    Grace and Green Peppers

    Last month our family participated in the Family Service Day at Bedner’s Farm. Gleaning as a practice to combat hunger is thousands of years old. In the Hebrew Scriptures gleaning was already in place at the writing of the Pentateuch (first five books). The people most likely to be hunger victims during the times of the Hebrew Scriptures times were widows, orphans and people traveling through the land called Sojourners. “When you reap the harvest of your land, do not reap to the very edges of your field or gather the gleanings of your harvest. Do not go over your vineyard a second time or pick up the grapes that have fal... continue reading