Bell Choir

The Primacy Collegiate Academy welcomes Debbie Corkum, an experienced Bell / Chimes Choir Director, to the Primacy family.  The academy is in need of 12 dedicated students willing to assist in developing our new Bell / Chimes Choir into a signature program.   Practice times will be held during our regularly scheduled music period which allows participating students to earn credit for music class. 

Please contact or encourage your student to contact Mr. Berglund for details.

Bell Choir

Develop Wisdom Day

Each year Primacy sets aside 4 days to bring special emphasis to our Four Pillars. This last week our community took part in our Develop Wisdom Day, which ranged in activities to stimulate the growth of wisdom in an active young mind.  The day started off with a special Chapel, led by Dr. Adams, and focusing on wisdom from the one true God.  Students then shifted into active learning rotations to solve various group challenges, then the day ended with a Primacy Essentials videos presented by each house. 

Develop Wisdom Day

College Visits – Baylor University

Excellent colleges exist all across the USA. Baylor University, located in Waco, Texas is a private Christian university and nationally ranked research institution. According to the Princeton Review, programs under the Baylor University School of Business rank as high as #6 nationally. The Primacy Collegiate Academy was proud to host Baylor University personnel today as they offered important admissions information to our students. For more information on Baylor University or any other college contact Ms. Hannah Mcintosh in our University Admissions Office.

Baylor University

Volunteer Trip to Nepal

This is my third time going on a volunteer trip like this. Every time I went to a different country, I can’t say which one is my favorite because each one has its own unique culture and people. First time I went to Cambodia, then China and now Nepal.

I learned their clapping games, and we taught them ours. They taught us their traditional dances and we danced with them. we played together during break times and during class we taught them English, music, soccer and some handcrafts. We learned from them and they learned from us.

During these trips I see and learn a lot of things that I won’t see in the city. The kids may not be rich or have all the things that we have. The technology may not be as advanced as us. But they still live happily and so carefree.

In the city everything is so easily accessible, we think everything we get has always been there and always will be. But in a lot of places in the world that is not the case. Unless you really live like them and experience their life, you will not understand how much we have now and how lucky we are to have been born in this part of the world.

What I’m saying may be cliche, but it is truly how I feel about it, or I wouldn’t be coming to these trips over and over again. It’s my third time and I’m definitely going a fourth. It’s not only us helping and teaching them, they also taught me so much.

-Karen Jian

Trip to Nepal