Park Place Christian Academy senior Jacob Holloway recently signed a Letter of Intent to play football for the University of Central Arkansas this fall. Jacob is shown seated next to his mother, Kim Holloway. Standing behind them, left to right, is Jacob’s sister Mary Holloway, their father, Shane Holloway, and Jacob’s brother, Zach Holloway.
PEARL – Park Place Christian Academy (PPCA) senior Jacob Michael Holloway recently signed his letter of intent to play football for the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Ark., next fall.
The youngest child of Shane and Kim Holloway of Brandon, Jacob has been at PPCA since K3 and has consistently been on the A/B Honor Roll.
He is also the grandson of Dorothy and the late Jerry Holloway, Brenda and the late Phil List, and David and Diane Chappell.
Jacob attends Colonial Heights Baptist Church and has an older brother, Zach, and sister, Mary, who graduated from PPCA.
While at PPCA, Jacob has been a member of the Varsity Football team since ninth grade and was recently selected to play in the Midsouth Association of Independent School’s All Star Football Game.
Jacob plans to pursue a degree in Education with an emphasis in History and Coaching while playing for the Univ. of Central Arkansas Bears in the NCAA Division I level as part of the Southland Conference.
Jason Cook is PPCA’s Head of School and Athletic Director, and the Secondary Principal is Stacey Sykes.
As a ministry of Park Place Baptist Church in Pearl, Miss., Park Place Christian Academy is a fully accredited private school instructing 650+ K3-12th grade students via a Christian curriculum offering a Biblical worldview.
For more information, visit the school’s website, www.goppca.com, or call Admissions Director Mrs. Andi Cruthirds at 601-939-6229 during school hours.