Academy Boarding Checklist

Students in grades 11–12 may attend Pensacola Christian Academy as residence hall boarding students. These students live and eat with the college students and enjoy the best of two worlds: that of being an Academy student and enjoying many of the privileges of college life at the same time.

It should be noted, however, that Academy boarding students attend school approximately seven weeks more during the school year than do college students, and their charges for room and board reflect this fact. Academy residence hall students are required to attend Bible Conference. Twelfth graders are also required to participate in the senior trip. The fee for the senior trip is due at the beginning of second semester, and the student should check with the Business Office for the cost.


Complete the Academy Boarding Application.


Complete the Transcript Request and mail it to the high school you last attended.

  • PCC will need to receive a transcript of course work completed up until the current semester. (International Students: If you will be taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), you need to have a copy of your scores sent to the Director of Admissions as soon as possible. This will be done automatically if you specify PCC’s TOEFL number 5970 when you register for this test.)
  • Transcripts from non-U.S. institutions must be evaluated by a credential evaluation service. PCC must receive the evaluation report before your file will be reviewed for final acceptance.
  • PCC recognizes that some applicants have nontraditional secondary education backgrounds and invites such students to apply. Students who attended a homeschool or nontraditional high school program must submit a transcript of completed coursework to the Director of Admissions. Such applicants for admission will be considered on an individual basis.

Complete the Admissions Essay.


Complete Pensacola Christian Academy paperwork.


Complete other additional forms or paperwork.