Pathway Christian Academy

To ensure all children reach their full potential by developing a sense of responsibility, self­-discipline, and integrity. 


Contact PCA

Office Manager

Telephone 817­-447­-2223


We are delighted that you have chosen Pathway Christian Academy as your child’s educational home. Your child is a gift from God. We are committed to providing a loving Christian environment where each child is encouraged to develop his or her own unique talents and abilities. The exemplary code of ethics maintained within our faculty assures children will receive personal examples of integrity and Christian values.

We give excellent care and academic instruction as your child experiences developmentally appropriate activities. We consider their unique physical, emotional, and academic abilities in our care and instruction process. It is our desire to create, for your child, a second family atmosphere and to model Christian values and behaviors. 


The mission of our school is to glorify God by offering a Christian environment that seeks to meet the needs of each child individually.

Our goal is to ensure all children reach their full potential by developing a sense of responsibility, self-discipline, and integrity. We endeavor to instill spiritual living through encouraging service to others and incorporating regular worship of God in all school activities. 


Our vision is to ensure children age 2 through Kindergarten reach their full potential by developing a sense of responsibility, self­discipline, and integrity. We endeavor to instill spiritual living through encouraging service to others and incorporating regular worship of God in all school activities. 


PCA believes that our staff has the responsibility of role ­modeling Christian authority to our students and our community. These principles form the cornerstone of our philosophy. We expect our staff and our students to use their WINGS.

With these principles, or WINGS​, our students will mount up with wings like eagles.


 Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom​. And in all your getting, get understanding. – Proverbs 4:7


As for me, I will walk in my integrity​; redeem me and be merciful to me. – Psalm 26:11


The ones that fell on the good ground are those who, having heard the word with a noble​ and good heart, keep it and bear fruit with patience.- Luke 8:15


Grow in grace​, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. –  2 Peter 3:18


For it is not you that speak, but the spirit​of your Father which speaks in you. – Matthew 10:20


PCA provides a stimulating early education experience in which Christian values and biblical principles are taught. Our experienced staff will provide a nurturing setting that promotes cognitive, social, emotional, physical, moral and spiritual development.

Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum

Our preschool curriculum is focused around child­centered, developmentally appropriate activities that are geared towards creating meaningful experiences for each individual. We use the A­Beka curriculum as a foundation for basic academics, along with handwriting without tears, and touch math. We also offer a class in music and creative movement.

Kindergarten Curriculum

Our Kindergarten Program (5 years old as of September 1 of the current school year) offers students hands-on learning experiences in a joyful, Christian classroom setting. We have a small class size to ensure that students receive individualized instruction. Saxon is the foundation curriculum, along with literature stations, guided reading and math in small groups, and other researched-based programs to supplement the learning process. Students also benefit by learning to share life experiences in pictures and words through monthly journaling activities.

Bible | Phonics | Reading | Writing | Language Enrichment | Science | Social Studies | Mathematics

God's Minutes

In addition to classroom bible time, everyone participates in God’s Minutes on Wednesday mornings. This is a non­-denominational chapel time in the Kid’s Quest Theater.


Progress Reports

Preschool students will receive progress reports in December and again in May. Student’s progress will be assessed in social and cognitive development.

Report Cards

Report cards are issued every six weeks for kindergarten students. Grading reflects a child’s achievement primarily with respect to his/her developmental/aptitude level. Children are evaluated on their individual growth and development.

Request More Information

If you would like to enroll your child at Pathway, we would love to have you. All tuition is paid electronically through direct bank draft or credit card, to make it easy for you.


Before School Hours 7:00 am – 9:00 am

School Hours 9:00 am – 2:30 pm

After School Hours 2:30 pm – 6:00 pm

2024-2025 Registration

Returning Student enrollment ~ Monday, February 5
Church Member enrollment ~ Tuesday, February 20
Open to Public enrollment ~ Monday, March 4

Enrollment will end once the class maximum is met and then a waiting list will be created.  



Two year old classes Maximum of 7 students

Three year old – Four year old Maximum of 12 students

Kindergarten Maximum of 15 students

School Times and Schedule

PCA begins in August and ends in May and follows Burleson ISD calendar for holidays and breaks.

School Times

School Hours 9:00 am- 2:30 pm
Before School ​Opens at 7:00 am
After School ​Closes at 6:00 pm

Two Year Old through Pre-School

Full Time -­ Monday through Friday
Part Time ­- Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Part Time -­ Tuesday and Thursday

Kindergarten Classes
Full time Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 2:30pm.
Age Requirement​ for class placement is September First.


Our Director

Kia Hook
Director of Pathway Christian Academy

Kia received her teaching degree from Texas Tech University in 1995. Her family came to Pathway after they moved to Burleson in 2002. She loves working with children and watching them grow not only in early childhood education but in learning God’s word. She believes this is the most critical time in a child’s education and wants them to be successful for the future. Kia’s favorite part of her job is greeting the children every morning and hugging them before class begins. She says it is the best way to start the day!