Pine Forge Academy’s Parents’ Association

A volunteer organization comprised of Parents or Guardians of current PFA students.

About Pine Forge Academy's Parents' Association (PFAPA)

Pine Forge Academy’s Parents’ Association is a volunteer organization comprised of Parents or Guardians of current PFA students. It is our purpose to promote the goals of Christian education at Pine Forge Academy by maintaining a viable working relationship among students, faculty, parents and the Board of Trustees and carry out specific projects and activities for the benefit of the school and its students.

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Clubs & School Spirit

2021-2023

Parent's Association Executive Committee

T. DuWayne Privette

President

Jayné Johnson

General Vice President

Myrna Louis

ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRETARY

Rachel Pluviose

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Meika Samuel

ASSISTANT CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Tyra Causey

Webmaster

Marlyse Campbell

Treasurer

Lawrence Wells, Sr.

Assistant Treasurer

Our Mission

Pine Forge Academy, a co-educational Seventh-day Adventist school, serves grades 9-12. It is committed to providing a Christ-centered curriculum in a safe, caring environment, to prepare students spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially for service to God and man.

Pine Forge Academy's Legacy

The campus resides on the historical property once owned by Thomas Rutter, an abolitionist iron miller, which was deeded to him by William Penn in the early 1700’s. Several of the original buildings still remain on the campus including the Manor House in which it is said that George Washington once rested. Additionally, the property was used during the closing days of slavery as a terminal for the Underground Railroad. These sites have been designated as official projects of Save America’s Treasures and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the 1940s, Elder John H. Wagner, Sr., former President of Allegheny Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, envisioned a boarding school in the North where African-American high school students could attend without the racial issues of schools in the South. News spread that 575 acres of land near Pottstown, Pennsylvania was for sale. President Wagner, a small entourage of preachers, and Dr. Grace Kimbrough visited the Rutter Estate. Immediately upon seeing the property, they knew their prayers had been answered. After a unanimous vote, it was clear that they had found the site for the school in the North. The 575-acre Rutter Estate was purchased for $46,000. The boarding school would first be called Pine Forge Institute. It opened its doors on September 9, 1946 with its 90 pioneer students.

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