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“There are so many cultural & educational activities we can’t participate in them all!”

The Panama City Renaissance School is wonderful. I am very impressed with the quality of the teachers and the administration. The school is well run and the curriculum is terrific. My daughter is challenged and nurtured. I am particularly impressed with the level of the English, math, science and history. I also really like the extra curricular options. There are so many cultural and educational activities we can’t participate in them all! It is nice to have all these choices. At one point we considered moving out of the area to find better schooling. After finding the PCRS, it would be tough to leave. Thank you PCRS for providing such great learning environment in Panama City. Submitted by an elementary school...

Panama City Renaissance School kids create Square 1 Art

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington In February the Panama City Renaissance School children created images for a Square 1 Art project. The beautiful hand crafted pieces include a range of expression from precious hand prints to detailed scenes. A special thank you to the parents who coordinated this wonderful activity. Pre-K3 Pre-K4 Kindergarten First Grade Second...

PCRS kids search for eggs

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington The kids rushed out the door to hunt for treasure – candy eggs hidden around the playground. After the hunt the kids ate pizza and watermelon and inspected their findings. The children in the After School program also enjoyed coloring...

Artist in Residence Students Paint Gee’s Bend Quilts

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington Last week the Panama City Renaissance School Artist in Residence, Kim Griffin, lead the class through an observation project. First the children studied the bold quilts that were created in the twentieth century by a group of women who live in the small, isolated African-American community of Gee’s Bend, Alabama. Then the children created their own renditions with acrylic paint.  ...

Paul Brent Centennial Art and ice cream

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Friday, children from the Panama City Renaissance School visited the Paul Brent Centennial Art Exhibition at the Visual Arts Center. The kids enjoyed the exhibition of Mr. Brent’s work which includes everything from realistic beach and downtown scenes to modern renditions of sunsets. After enjoying the exhibition the group spent some time in the children’s play area and then finished the afternoon with a stop at the ice cream shop.  ...