Pasadena Christian School Celebrates the Class of 2020

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A special Graduation Ceremony was recently held by Pasadena Christian School (PCS) to honor its Eighth Graders. The ceremony highlighted the accomplishments and success of graduating eighth graders. It’s a really tough time and it is very unfortunate that PCS Eighth Graders aren’t able to celebrate their amazing milestones like other previous graduates were able to but all the staff, teachers, and administrators involved in the preparation of the event were on hand to make the Class of 2020 celebrations as memorable as possible.

PCS thanks Andrea and Steve Scheidler for covering the said event with professional photography and a very cool drone.

Graduation speech from Pasadena Christian School’s 2020 Valedictorian Hailey Soh. Congratulations! Graduation speech from Pasadena Christian School’s 2020 Salutatorian Samuel Gutierrez. Congratulations!

“I wanted to take a minute to thank Pasadena Christian School for the wonderful and thoughtful graduation program they put on for our 8th graders. Covid 19 didn’t make things easy but the teachers and staff went above and beyond to make this event as special as possible. So many little touches, from flowers, to gowns, to the teachers all greeting the students and parents as we drove by. We came late to PCS, only there the last two years. My daughter spent 8th grade there and my son had two years. We came to the school at a time of crisis in our family and the love and kindness that we received, especially from the teaching staff was a healing balm for my kids. School was a safe, happy place for them and the love of Jesus was shown to them daily…” – JCT

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