Bible Center School cultivates an environment for middle school students designed for academic, spiritual, and emotional growth. The academic program is centered around a Biblical worldview which translates into every area of the overall middle school program.
Our middle school teaching team uses a variety of instructional methods in order to reach all learners. Students are exposed to collaboration, project-based learning, debate, hands-on learning, and classroom presentations.
Connecting with Students on Real-Life Issues
Middle School students participate in advisory groups so that every student is known by one adult on our campus. Middle School teachers and other BCS staff members lead groups in discussions about real-world topics with guard rails established by the adult. These groups have become the highlight of the middle school program.
In addition to advisory groups, Middle School students will be introduced to service-learning this school year. Students will choose a service opportunity in the community and integrate service projects into the curriculum as we seek to fulfill our mission at Bible Center School.
As technology increases in the lives of our students, we teach our middle school students their role and responsibility with technology. Middle school students use their chromebooks in every classroom communicate and complete work through Google Classroom.
As technology increases in the lives of our students, we teach our middle school students their role and responsibility with technology. Middle school students use their chromebooks in every classroom. This year, teachers will begin to communicate and assign work through Google Classroom.
A Family Feel
At Bible Center School, we are a community that feels like family. Parents volunteer regularly for annual fundraisers, classroom activities, and in the lunchroom. BCS faculty and staff join parents in building positive partnerships as we work together in developing the whole child.