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    BCA Student of the Month
    July 2017

    Name: Clara

    Favorite subject in school:
    Language Arts

    Favorite color:
    Burgundy

    Favorite Bible Verse: Joshua 24:15

    When I grow up, I want to be a: Model


    As a non-profit school, over 94% of our funding is from individuals, churches and concerned organizations.




  • Programs


    The Day School

    The school serves one-hundred and forty children in Pre-Kindergarten through the Eighth grade. In addition, to providing an excellent education, the curriculum is thoughtfully crafted around the Bible and models Christ-like values.

    We have an Academic Enhancement Class that is designed to meet the needs of our children who need extra help in certain subjects. Our Academic Enhancement Teacher provides individualized instruction for these students. We have a large number of refugee students who benefit from this class as well as our English as a Second Language support (ESL).

    French Camp Academy, an excellent boarding school in French Camp, Mississippi provides scholarships for our graduates. Recent graduates have been valedictorian and salutatorian of their class. We want all of our students to appreciate the fact that they too can be all God created them to be.

    Many of the private Christian schools in the area offer scholarships to deserving graduates from BCA. Our graduates are also well prepared academically for East or Central High School just down the road from BCA.

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    The After School Enrichment Program

    For Sixth through Eighth grade (Middle School), the After School Enrichment Program provides an opportunity for each child to be tutored, to participate in weekly music lessons, to learn new skills such as photography and chess, to participate on sports teams, and to have broad positive experiences.

    This program is offered at no cost to the students and begins at 3:00 pm daily with a Bible lesson, snack, and recess activities.


    The Residential Program

    The Residential Program, which includes two separate homes for fifteen boys and fifteen girls, is designed to provide a loving, supportive, orderly environment with special opportunities for academic, cultural, and spiritual growth.

    The program is based on a smaller program developed by the school that served five children for six years. That smaller program served as a model for our two dormitories for fifteen girls and for fifteen boys. Each dorm has Christian house parents and community volunteers serving as role models for the children. This pioneering project is believed to be one of the first of its kind in the U.S.


    The Food Services Program

    The Food Services Program provides a daily, nutritious breakfast, lunch, and after school snack for each child. Fresh fruit donations are always needed (apples, oranges, bananas, etc.) Also, if you are interested in providing meals to the dorms in the evening, that is another way you can get connected with our ministry while meeting a vital need.

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