Preschool, K8 and High School Leadership
Michelle Pait, High School Principal
Greetings VCA Families! I am blessed and humbled by the opportunity to serve as your high school principal. I believe God has prepared me for this position through my past years of education, teaching, and administrative experiences. He has allowed me to serve the families of VCA in many capacities since 2005 in preparation for this servant-leadership role. I realize the enormous impact we as Christian educators can have in the spiritual and academic lives of our students and my prayer is that each VCA student will be impacted positively and lovingly through relationships with the people who serve throughout the school and through the instruction that acknowledges God as the creator of all there is to know and to learn.
At VCA we want students to feel safe and secure while being nurtured and loved. Their gifts will be celebrated as we help them explore their interests and excel in their God-given talents. All of this happens in a Christ-centered environment where teachers love their students and provide academic instruction in full recognition and acknowledgement that all knowledge and truth comes from God. Our desire is to prepare students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially so they will be equipped to pursue and accomplish God’s plan for their lives in His service and for His glory.
It is an honor and privilege to serve God by impacting student’s lives for Him. I love each of my students and it is my passion to see that their hearts, minds, and souls are nourished and cared for through all aspects of our school program. Thank you for your prayers, input, and support as we work together for our school, our children, and the furtherance of God’s Kingdom. I am very excited about how God will use Village Christian Academy to help prepare our students for the future!
Yours in Christ,
Building relationships with students and inspiring them to find God’s best for their lives has been a daily commitment since I entered into education 38 years ago. My biggest joy stems from observing students and teachers as they work together to cultivate learning.
Elementary school students amaze me each day with their wit, their love of learning, the way they build relationships, and, for many, their love of the Lord. Our goal is to build each student’s relationship with God and to seek His wisdom and guidance in everything we do.
The transition into the middle school years is an exciting and formative season. VCA will partner with our parents to guide their child to pursue excellence spiritually, academically, and socially so that students are able to establish a foundation that will serve them throughout their lives.
Village is a place where students feel at home, feel loved and nurtured, and will find the skills and knowledge they need to fulfill their dreams and the plans that our Lord has for their lives.
Theresa Clark, K-8 Principal
Kay believes that God uses her work as a means to start children on the right path by giving them a foundation in the wisdom of the Lord. Kay has lived in Parkton all of her life. She and her husband have one child. Kay is currently enrolled at FTCC working on her Early Childhood Education degree. She has many years of experience working with children.