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Pensacola Christian College

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Dec 16 2014Education
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I got good training in these areas: teaching classroom routines, maintaining classroom discipline, and teaching phonics.

The rest of my education was sub-par. I did not have one class in working with special needs students or ESL students. I also had no training on legalities for teachers, such as mandatory reporting, or on working with parents.

I also did not have adequate classes in math, science, and history. The books we used were the exact same ones used in A Beka high schools.

The fact that my undergrad degree was unaccredited SERIOUSLY hampered me in my career. I had great difficulty being accepted into grad school and obtaining my state license.

Besides the mediocre education, the spiritual atmosphere was stifling to the point of being abusive. The focus was entirely on outward appearances. Weakness was not tolerated. I fractured my foot (hairline fracture) one semester and still had to run on it. I got very ill a few times, but was scolded for checking into the health center - even though my ear infection was so bad the bone was affected. Although a few staff members were caring, most lacked grace and kindness.Although I appreciate the solid grounding in phonics and classroom management, I would never encourage someone to attend PCC.

Alumna Female -- Class 2000
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Starting Job: teacher, private schools Preparedness: D Reputation: D
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Dec 12 2014Nursing
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The school did provide a good education, however the nursing program is unaccredited.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
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Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Individual Value: F
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Dec 06 2014Religion/Religious
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PCC provides a great balance of Christian security and academic excellence.
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Individual Value: A+, Surrounding City: B
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