BCS teachers are dedicated to preparing students for the future by building strong foundations, fostering enriching learning opportunities and delivering a comprehensive curriculum that infuses understanding and value for Biblical principles.
BCS’ Junior High school follows the Alberta Government Program of Studies for the following mandatory classes:
- Social Studies
- English Language Arts
- Physical Education
Additional mandatory classes include:
- Social & Academic Support (SAS)
BCS’ Senior High school offers and follows the Alberta Government Program of Studies for the following mandatory classes:
- Math 10C, 20-1/20-2, 30-1/30-2
- Science 10
- 1 of Biology 20/30, Chemistry 20/30, Physics 20/30
- Social Studies 10-1, 20-1, 30-1/30-2
- English Language Arts 10-1, 20-1, 30-1/30-2
- Physical Education 10
- Career & Life Management (CALM)
- Technology 10 (INF1030/1060/1070)
- Bible 10/20/30
Junior and Senior High options vary by semester and year. The following options may be offered on campus, with additional online options available to Senior High students via our Independent Learning Program (ILP):
- French Conversation & Culture
- Outdoor Education
- Strength Training
- Technical Theatre
- Travel & Tourism
- Viral PE
- Civil Law
- Criminal Law
- Foods 10/20/30
- French 10/20
- Sports Medicine
- Math 31
- Physical Education 20/30
- World History
Independent Learning Program
BCS has partnered with ADLC (Alberta Distance Learning Centre) to offer Senior High students a comprehensive range of online courses through the Independent Learning Program (ILP).
ILP enables students to pursue their learning at their own pace through technology while keeping them accountable for meeting course outcomes. Additionally, ILP allows students to take courses that are not offered on campus but which are still available to students from the Alberta Government’s curriculum. Students may choose core classes at a differing level of difficulty or optional classes geared to specific interest areas. Our ILP Coordinator works with students to ensure that they can be successful in a blended learning environment.
BCS provides enriching opportunities that instill in students a desire to serve our community, to learn new skills and to build strong relationships with their teachers and peers. BCS extra-curricular activities offer a safe space for students to grow spiritually, socially and as leaders.
Student are encouraged to participate, lead or volunteer in various activities including, athletics teams, worship teams, yearbook, Student Council, F@b Fridays, student catering, hot lunch delivery, Spring Formal, Winter Ball, etc.