BCA Recognizes National Jr. Beta Club Members

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On Friday, November 17, 2017, Bridgeway Christian Academy held a National Jr. Beta Club Induction Ceremony celebrating those students who qualified for this prestigious honor. The National Jr. Beta Club recognizes high academic achievement, promotes character and social responsibility. encourages service involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for our students to develop interpersonal relationship skills. They are also responsible for fulfilling 20 service hours throughout the school year as part of their membership. To receive an invitation for induction, students are required to maintain an A/B average during their previous school year and first quarter of the current school year.
The Bible verse adopted by BCA staff and students for Junior Beta is Romans 12:7-8
“If your gift is serving others, serve them well. If you are a teacher, teach well. If your gift is to encourage others, be encouraging. If it is giving, give generously. If God has given you leadership ability, take the responsibility seriously. And you have a gift for showing kindness to others, do it gladly.”
Congratulations to all those who qualified!

BCA Celebrates Grandparents’ Day

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Bridgeway Christian Academy recently held a ceremony for the very special people in our students’ lives. We’re talking, of course, about our Grandparents. The ones that spoil with maybe a little too much junk food, extended bedtimes and the purchase of toys that might not otherwise be received. The event was a chance to honor them for all they do and to give them a first-hand glimpse at what happens at our amazing school every day. Not only did our grandparents get a peek into our classrooms, but they had an opportunity to be entertained with musical performances by our very talented students.
In addition to the program, grandparents got to attend our Annual Book Fair and buy some early Christmas presents. The fair was such a success that we’ve qualified for $1,000 worth of new books from our vendor that will add to our ever-increasing BCA Media Center. Thank you to all our grandparents who came and made the day special and to all of you for the positive and profound impact you have on all of us.

BCA Partners with WLFJ (HIS radio) for Feed The Need Fundraiser

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BCA is pleased to announce that we once again have an opportunity to partner with WLFJ (HIS Radio). This time, it’s through a Public Service Announcement (PSA) that they’ll be running over the next several weeks to promote our Feed the Need Packing Day on December 8th. They will also include our event on their official Family Calendar. HIS Radio has been wonderful to work with over the past few years, as they have helped us get the word out about BCA through announcements about our Open Houses, various events, the opening of our high school and general information about our wonderful school that has reached so many prospective families. HIS Radio is a station that is beloved by many listeners here in the Upstate, and their influence is widespread. BCA is privileged to be working with them once again. To hear the :30 spot, take a listen here:

BCA High School Students visit City Hall

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Our BCA 9th grade high school students recently had an opportunity to visit City Hall and the district offices of Congressman Trey Gowdy, Councilwoman Amy Ryberg Doyle, U.S. Senators Tim Scott, and Lindsay Graham. It was a chance for them to get a better understanding of how our local and federal governments operate and to learn from key staff members, the roles and responsibilities of elected officials. This visit is part of BCA’s Technology and Career Exploration program that allows our students to get valuable exposure to key businesses and organizations here in Greenville. It’s a unique high school model that benefits the student because in addition to getting quality classroom training, they are able to start exploring their gifts and talents in the early stages of their academic careers through these visits.

For more information on how to be part of BCA’s ’21st Century High School…A School on the Move, visit