My child has been going to BCA for five years. My child enjoys the school and I am happy with the school and the administration. The school teaches Pre-K -- 12th and is now in one building on North Main now which is nice. I went to Barbers Hill as a teen in the late 70s, early 80s and this school
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Posted by a parent on 11/10/12
BCA has 2 campuses now the Highschool campus is great however the elementary campus is not so great the principal Mrs. Keene has a very bad attitude when dealing with situations and children. She was the ultimate reason behind me pulling my daughter out from this school. Other than her this school is
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Posted by a parent on 06/01/09
ive been at bca since 4th grade--i am now a senior and i am glad to have never gone to public school. It is nice to have chapel every week and worship. Sports are our #1 thing. Art and Music is alright-but the band and choir compete at state level. Our academic program is VERY thorough. i feel i have
... Read more learned more at BCA than i would at public school. The parents are VERY involved. THe parents are our lunch ladies, our coaches, our planners for homecoming and 'spring spectacular' (prom). The parents are the reason our school works. Read less
Posted by a student on 08/14/06
Although the school is quite small, it has its advantages such as great friends and relationships with the teachers. The school is short on money which explains its small facutly, which results in bigger classes with excelled students and average/below average students in the same classroom learning
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Posted by a parent on 08/26/05
Great school very personable sataff parents are very involved..new school is beautiful. has all sports activities taught in a christian value system
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Posted by a parent on 06/09/05
God sent us to the school. The teachers are Christians and love the kids. They like the parents to be involved. God willing we will go there from K-4 thru Senior yr.
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Posted by a parent on 08/26/03
My daughter is returning to BCA for her senior year. She was at BCA 2 years ago, and did very well. I'm thrilled she'll be spending her senior year there. They offer so much, not only academically, but also socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
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