The One-Room Schoolhouse:
An Inspiring Legacy to Carry On
On the fourth floor of the Rebekah Horton Library stands a fascinating monument to traditional Christian education: a one-room schoolhouse complete with replicas of old-fashioned student desks, a pot-bellied stove, a portable organ Mrs. Beka Horton used to play herself, and even a school bell guests can ring in the schoolyard. The schoolhouse provides an authentic look into American education during the early 1900s.
Historical maps, flags, and genuine textbooks from as far back as the 1800s serve as reminders of the rich heritage PCC’s education students seek to honor. Whether examining the artifacts or doing research with the classic books, students are inspired to follow the example set by the high-quality educators who faithfully taught generations of children.