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National School Week on 106.3 WORD

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It’s National School Choice Week and our very own Rebecca Stiegel was able to share the importance of parents and families being given the opportunity to choose a quality, Christian education for their children. It’s why at BCA, we’re so committed to living out our mission statement of ‘partnering with families to provide a safe, culturally diverse environment focused on academic excellence with a Jesus-centered worldview.’ Because parents have so many options at their disposal, we want to be sure that the services and education we’re offering makes BCA a first and easy choice.
For more information about our school or schedule a visit, please contact our office at 864-297-6646.
Listen to our radio spot below

BCA to Hold Open House on Friday, February 9th at 12:00 Noon

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One of the most effective ways to showcase BCA and what makes our school so special is to get people in the door to get a first-hand look and learn what we’re all about. So, on Friday, February 9th at 12:00 noon, BCA will conduct an Open House for any prospective families and students who are considering their options for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Those in attendance will get a chance to tour our newly renovated facilities, speak with members of the administration to get their questions answered and visit the classrooms of their choice. BCA has once again partnered with HIS Radio (WLFJ) to promote this special event and the :30 spot can be heard by clicking on the link below.
Mark your calendars and plan to take an early lunch to find out why so many people are talking about Bridgeway Christian Academy. If you’re interested in attending, give us at call at 864-297-6646 or email Amanda Busbee at [email protected]. Hope to see you there!
Click the link below to hear our Open House Spot on His Radio

BCA High School Students Complete Fall Semester Visits

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During Bridgeway Christian Academy’s Fall Semester, our inaugural 9th grade high school students were out in the community receiving an education outside of their classroom walls. On Tuesday mornings, they visited various community outreach and ministry facilities where they had an opportunity to serve in a variety of capacities. This program is part of BCA’s unique high school model that gives our students an opportunity to give back to those in need. The visits are conducted on a rotating basis and include: Greenville Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, Triune Mercy Center, Miracle Hill’s Overcomer Center, Shepherd’s Gate and Place of Hope.
 
On Thursday mornings, BCA students had a chance to visit many of Greenville’s larger employers as part of our ‘Career Exploration and Technology Program’. Our goal is to give our 9th graders some early exposure to potential career paths so they can begin considering what academic curriculums they need to pursue in high school and beyond. The program included visits to: GE Advanced Manufacturing, GHS Simulation Center, Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital, T&S Brass, Offices of U.S. Senator Tim Scott, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, and Congressman Trey Gowdy, Michelin North America and the Clemson’s Biomedical Engineering Innovation Center (CUBEInC).
 
Our plan is to continue these visits in the spring that will help showcase BCA and our students to business and community leaders throughout Greenville. For a closer look at what we did check out the video below:

BCA Packs 10,000 Meals for Hungry Children

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Bridgeway Christian Academy just had an event where students, parents, grandparents, school board members, faculty and staff packed 10,000 meals for hungry children in Haiti and Greenville. This amazing accomplishment was the culmination of a semester-long campaign in which our families solicited donations from personal and business relationships that will help provide scholarship assistance and curriculum enhancements for our school.
In addition to having a great turnout of parent volunteers, we got some great local media coverage from both WSPA TV and WORD Radio. We also had a live DJ and Harrison Orthodontics was kind enough to provide and man a photo booth that added to the festivities.
Of the 10,000 meals packed, 9,000 will go to Bethel Mission Outreach, a ministry partner with Bridgeway Church and 1,000 will go to Harvest Hope Food Bank, an organization in Greenville that provides assistance for those in need in Greenville.
Thanks so much to all who participated in this wonderful endeavor that not only benefits BCA but will make a significant difference in the lives of many overseas and right here in our own backyard.