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Clubs at PC are student-driven, with a faculty advisor for each organization. PC’s clubs are as diverse as the students who run them, from the Cyberpatriots IT security competition team to the theatrical PC Players. Students are free to start their own clubs by submitting a proposal with a mission that aligns with that of the school.

Honor societies include the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society, and honor societies for foreign languages and fine arts.

Student council members are elected by their peers. They foster communication among students, faculty, staff and administration; they sponsor dances and social events; they encourage participation and school spirit in school activities.

The Honor Code Council is comprised of students in grades 10-12 as well as faculty members, and reviews cases of potential violations of the honor code: “I will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do.”

Student ambassadors are recommended by faculty and counselors to the enrollment department for their commitment to PC as demonstrated by their words and actions. Ambassadors greet prospective students and their families, conduct campus tours, and serve to provide newcomers with a positive and welcoming first impression of PC.


Peer mentors are members of the junior class, selected by the counseling department, who welcome new students and provide one-on-one assistance throughout their first year at PC. Their commitment ensures that every new student knows a familiar face on the first day of school.