Porter's Chapel Academy is governed by a Board of Directors that is elected by the bondholders. The Board of Directors is the policy making body of the school. By voting on this Board at the annual bondholders meeting, you can help influence school policy and decision making. The bondholders meet at least once per year to elect board members and at other times as needed to consider changes in the PCA By-Laws. Any family who has a student enrolled at PCA may purchase a bond. The bond will be in the name of one of the parents who may vote at the bondholder meetings. Only bondholders can be elected as members of the Board of Directors.
Bonds are a one-time cost of $250 and will be refunded, upon request, when your child graduates. The cost of the bond may be paid in a lump sum or in installments. Bonds must be purchased, and paid in full, by April 1st of that year in order to participate in the following Annual Meeting. Applications are available in the school office. All bond applications are considered by the Board of Directors and must be approved.
For more information, contact the school office or any Board member to discuss supporting the school through the purchase of a bond.
Board of Directors are elected to serve a term of 3 years. Each member may serve 6 consecutive years before rotating off for a minimum of 1 year before running for election again.