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PHOENIX Community Learning Center is building back better for the 2021-2022 school year. We are now enrolling students in grades K-8. If you and your children are ready to become part of the PHOENIX family and are looking for a school with a positive, collaborative culture focused on higher order thinking skill, social and emotional learning, building confident life-long learners, developing global citizens and filled with joy, click on READ FULL STORY below to begin the enrollment process. We cannot wait to welcome you to PHOENIX Community Learning Center and show you all the amazing things we have to offer.


PCLC is now hiring employees for our summer extended learning program. We are looking for teachers, intervention specialists, reading and math tutors, paraprofessionals and educational aides. Please click the headline above to express your interest in employment and we will get in touch with you.

5th-8th Grade Zoom Parent Meeting Thursday, 4/8, at 6PM

Parents and guardians of our 5th-8th grade students, please join Dr. Brown on Zoom this Thursday, 4/8 at 6PM to hear the details of the 5th-8th grade return to the building. A lot of important information will be shared so it is essential that you are there to represent your child. Please click on the headline to this story to access the Zoom link.

Reopening Meeting for Parents on Friday, March 12th, 2021!!

Parents, our superintendent, Dr. Brown, invites and encourages you to attend a virtual reopening meeting on Friday, 3/12/2021, at 6pm. Click on the headline above for the Zoom link to the meeting and for more information. Please plan to attend the meeting to represent your child.

To Ensure The Safety of Our Students, We Are Staying Remote for Now

At Phoenix Community Learning Center, the safety of our students, parents, faculty and community are of the utmost importance. Due to the drastic increase in COVID-19 cases and Hamilton County remaining in level 3, PCLC will continue with remote instruction for the time being. Once the county moves to level 1 or 2, we will begin putting our plan for students to return to the building in action. While we are remote, our students will continue to receive direct, quality instruction from their teachers 5 days a week.
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