Students are encouraged each day to learn who they are as image bearers of our Creator God through the study of the Scriptures in both the Old and New Testaments. Students learn to understand the truths of God’s Word and apply them to the everyday challenges that are facing young people today. Interactive class discussions allow students to see that they are part of a community of believers striving to glorify God in all that they say and do with their lives through living in Jesus Christ and His finished work.


The Bible tells us that we serve a God of order and design. Students at BCS understand that this order allows us to calculate and solve problems through the study of mathematics. Students build on their knowledge from lower elementary as they strengthen their skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. New concepts introduced include fractions and decimals along with being introduced to the principles of Geometry and Algebra.


The Bible teaches us that language is a gift from God that should be used to praise Him and communicate His love to others. Our students use this principle as they continue to learn about grammar, spelling, and vocabulary. Reading comprehension is another important component of the ELA curriculum as students explore both fiction and non-fiction literature. The introduction of proper writing techniques is also emphasized throughout the curriculum.


We believe that history is the account of God’s relationship and dealing with his ultimate creation – mankind. Students at BCS build on the information that they have learned in lower elementary classes in both United States and World History. The emphasis in these classes is to see that God has always been working his plan of redemption throughout history and encourages our students to see how God has an individual plan for each of their lives and how it fits into His ultimate plan for mankind.


Understanding God’s creation and its purpose is the fundamental principle behind the Science curriculum at BCS. Middle school students are introduced to the basic principles of physical science, biology, and chemistry along with studying about this marvelous world that we live in and the many kinds of species of plant and animal life that inhabit it. Critical thinking skills are emphasized as students develop this ability through the various assessment methods used by the teacher.


While the core academics are important, students are given a wide range of enrichment to help prepare them for how God will use them through His plan for their life. Throughout their journey through middle school, students will have the opportunity to learn how to play an instrument, participate in choir, enjoy physical education classes, develop their creative abilities in art, learn Spanish, and better understand how to use technology through Tech classes.