Our mission is to offer a Christ-centered education that prepares students to learn, to lead, and to serve faithfully in God’s world.
- We provide a challenging curriculum to prepare students to excel academically.
- Our Education Committee works to ensure we are offering the best curriculum and resources for our students.
- Our youngest students are encouraged to learn through play. Our program balances the need for both academic and social development.
- Students participate in a variety of extra-curricular activities including music, drama and sports, helping to develop a well-rounded child.
- We introduce Spanish beginning in Kindergarten, realizing the many benefits of studying a foreign language. Many students place into Spanish II upon entering high school.
- BCS has a full-time Resource Teacher on staff to assist students who need it, whether they are struggling or need additional challenges in the classroom.
- Our school guidance counselor conducts activities that help develop social skills in the classrooms and meets with students one-on-one as needed.
- Every day, our teachers and staff model leadership to our students.
- Students are encouraged to develop independence and interact with one another to develop social stills and confidence.
- Our 4th grade and 5th grade students serve as reading buddies for students in K and 1st grade, meeting weekly for reading and other activities together.
- Students work independently and in groups to learn to lead and to be led.
- Middle School students are given leadership opportunities throughout the school year, leading Unity Groups in Chapel, leading worship in Chapel, and running Mini Olympics Day.
- At lunch tables, in athletics on the playground and in chapel, younger and older students learn from interacting with one another.
- We teach from the Bible so students can come to know the promises of God and how they can respond in faith, obedience and service.
- Playing together, sharing, compromising and working in groups help students see the value of serving one another.
- All students, including our Early Education classes, take part in school service opportunities to serve our local and global community,including:
- book drives, coat drives, and food collection
- sorting shoes for Soles for Jesu
- volunteering at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission
- collecting Christmas treats and toys for residents of Joy House
- packing care packages for servicemen and women serving around the world
- visiting and performing for residents at nearly long-term care facilities
- class projects supporting a chosen cause such as “pajamas for patients” at the children’s hospital and donations to World Vision.