BCA Students Visit Triune Mercy Center To Help Pack Meals

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BCA High School students visited Greenville’s Triune Mercy Center to help pack meals this past week. Triune’s food assistance programs provide hot meals and groceries to those in our community who otherwise would not receive enough to eat. Our students see these opportunities as a way to give back to those in need and to live out the Gospel by loving others around them.

We are so excited to be a part of this program and allow our students and staff to reach out in the community. For more information on our school please visit

BCA High School Students Begin Their Missions Program With Greenville Organizations

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The mission of BCA is to partner with families and organziations to provide a safe, culturally diverse environment focused on academic excellence with a Jesus-centered worldview.  The focus of uniting the unchanging truth of God’s Word with the power of the Holy Spirit will empower students and families to change the world.

BCA High School students will be making many visits by serving at various organizations throughout Greenville during the entire school year. These visits will hope to form lasting relationship within the community and allow our students to speak to our mission and vision of how they are preparing themselves as Christian leaders by ‘Fostering community and world outreach’!

Our hope is to be challenging their minds, cultivating Christian characters out of our students, and developing them to be great disciples in the community.

We we also be doing a career exploration program where our 9th Graders will be visiting area businesses to give them early exposure to as many career opportunities as possible. It is during these visits that they will get a first-hand look at these organizations and companies and hear from executives about their profession and career choices.

If you would like more information on our High School program, please visit BCA High School.

BCA Begins Its 2017-2018 School Year

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With all the news surrounding the upcoming solar eclipse, you may have missed that our own little rays of sunshine returned to BCA on Friday morning, August 18 for the start of the school year. We wanted to give our students a jump on learning and they came through our doors ready to take on the upcoming challenges and opportunities that await them. 2017-2018 promises to be an exciting year and we look forward to continuing to provide an atmosphere that is Culturally Diverse Academically Exceptional and ensures that BCA students are Spiritually Equipped. For more information on how to become a part of the BCA Family, click here.

BCA Officially Dedicates New High School

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On Thursday evening, August 17, 2017 BCA officially dedicated our new high school with a ceremony in the recently renovated space that was previously our multi-purpose room. Chad Norris, pastor at Bridgeway Church emceed the event that was attended by parents, teachers, students and church elders.


The plan is to offer 9th grade for the 2017-2018 Academic Year and to add a grade in subsequent years so that by 2020, BCA is a fully functioning high school. The event is a significant milestone for us, as we have faithfully served students and their families up until the 8th grade for over 30 years.


God is moving here and we’re excited for what He has planned for us this year and the years ahead. It’s not too late to be part of BCA’s unique high school model that combines rigorous academic standards, opportunities to serve in the community and exposure to area businesses and institutions through our ‘Career Exploration Program’.