Discipleship is two or more Christ-followers encouraging each other in their faith journey. At BCS, staff and students come alongside each other with the shared goal of strengthening and growing in their relationship with Jesus.
Our focus is leading students into a deeper personal walk with Christ, a more passionate love for the Scripture, deep theological rootedness, and a clear understanding of their purpose in the Kingdom.
- Bible Curriculum
- Chapel & Worship
- Community Service
BCS Elementary introduces students to the joy of sport through special physical education class activities, gym free time, recreational intramurals, and competitive tournaments throughout the school year. We also come together to enjoy fitness through the annual Terry Fox Run, Vivo Day, and Elementary Sports Day.
BCS Secondary has a robust athletics program, offering a variety of team and individual sports as well as training camps led by dedicated coaches. We place a high value on the pursuit of excellence in sports performance and sportsmanship, celebrating athletic achievements in our assemblies and awards ceremonies.
The fine arts program at BCS offers students the chance to develop their skills and express the creativity, beauty and wonder of God through art, drama, dance and music.
Fine arts at BCS is about worshiping and showcasing God through the work of our bodies, minds, and hearts.
Grade 11 students at BCS participate in an annual missions trip to Guatemala with Impact Ministries. As we minister and worship alongside our Guatemalan brothers and sisters, our students encounter God and experience their faith in a new way, making this trip a strategic part of student discipleship. Students begin preparing their hearts and hands for this trip even as early as Elementary school when they support the current Grade 11s through praying, donating, craft-making, and participating in TacTic.
If you are a current BCS family looking for information on the trip, please visit our password protected Guatemala page.
One of our goals at BCS is to see students take responsibility for their own spiritual growth and invest in the faith communities of which they are a part. BCS students are taking the lead in some exciting ways, through Elementary and Secondary Student Council, athletic coaching and leading worship. Older students are mentoring younger students, and many are serving in their local churches and inviting their peers to do the same.
Student life at BCS is full of rich experiences and fun events for students and families. We are intentional about finding ways to come together as a community and so there is always something exciting to look forward to.