Chris, Kim, and their four children are an active, on-the-go family that never meets a stranger and is well-loved in the local community. The Kervin family is involved in various community activities and can always be found “paying it forward” to deserving individuals or groups of people who keep our community thriving.
Chris and Kim Kervin
LilliAnna, Maggie, Mylee, and Wyatt
How long has your family been a part of the PCA family?
Our family has been a part of the PCA family since 2013. LilliAnna began her 7th grade year on campus and since that time, we’ve transitioned all of our children.
Why did you make the switch to PCA?
We were excited about PCA’s Bible-based curriculum and the school’s commitment to not only play an active role in building our children up in Christ but also, PCA’s commitment to prepare them to serve Christ well beyond the high school years.
What factors influenced your decision to enroll at PCA?
While Christ-based learning is one of the major factors that lead us to PCA, we also fell in love with the school administration’s drive for student success. One of the many reasons our children thrive at PCA is the welcoming environment that is both nurturing but challenging.
What advice would you give families who are considering PCA?
Our advice to families who are considering PCA would be to pray about your decision!
How has PCA helped your children thrive?
In Christian schools, not only is the Bible taught for what it is, the inspired Word of God serves as a foundation for other texts as well. Because of this foundation, students have an opportunity to understand their studies as it relates to God’s Word.
What do your children like best about PCA?
There are many great things about PCA, but some of the things that our children like best is the opportunities for advancement in the arts, spending time with friends, and the various social events and clubs.