Student Enrollment Opens

The BCCA is currently accepting student applications.  All necessary forms and documentation can be found under the Admissions tab on the home page. Please read the Admission Policy carefully in order to submit a complete student application. The deadline for enrollment is May 15, 2019 and after this date application acceptance will be limited.

Support BCCA Through Charitable Programs

We now have two ways you can give back to the BCCA by simply using services many of you already use: Kroger Community Rewards and Amazon Smile. To find out how to participate simply use the these links: Kroger Community Rewards Instructions Amazon Smile Instructions Parents and friends of the school can also sign up…

Classical vs. Modern Education

Did you know that one of the biggest decisions you’ll make for your child is where and how they will be educated? It’s true. This decision can effect your child’s future in many different ways. Naturally, you want to make a wise, well-informed decision, right? Well, that means you need to know your options. So,…

BCCA Membership… Not Just for Parents!!

BCCA MEMBERSHIP Membership is open to all persons according to the following criteria: Persons eighteen years of age or older, who are in agreement with the foundational principles set forth in Article III and with BCCA being operated in accordance with the same, and who contribute the current annual membership fee are eligible for membership…

Affording a BCCA Education

AFFORDING A BCCA EDUCATION You may be thinking like many other parents that the cost of a private classical, Christian education for your child is just not within your means. Please do not dismiss the possibility until you have read through this information, pondered the ideas herein, and diligently brought it before the Lord in…

What is a classical Christian Education?

Classical Christian education uses methods and content that develop thinking, articulate, well-rounded graduates • Classical, Christian schools provide the best possible education to help every child reach their   God-given potential I. Age-specific K–12 learning Classical Christian schools use the children’s God-given strengths at each stage of growth to help them learn; young children enjoy memorizing,…