What Parents Say About BCS
Current School Parent
My kids have attended BCS since preschool. My oldest graduated last year, my second oldest is a sophomore, third oldest is in 8th grade and the youngest is in 5th. Let me say that the teachers and staff aren't just Mr. and Mrs. so and so, they're family. They know every child's name from kindergarten to senior.
They are there for our children emotionally and educationally. Some teachers tutor during lunch, some after school. I have teachers' email addresses, Facebook, and phone numbers. I can look on the computer everyday to see their grades and make sure they turned in their homework. The teachers pray with our children in their time of need. Wouldn't you want the same for your own child?
Former School Parent / Staff member
My children attended BCS for six and four years, and I worked at BCS for two and a half years. Although my children are now in college and I don't presently work at BCS, the years we were there were some of the best for myself and my children. One of my kids is currently seeking a Biblical languages degree at a Christian college and the other is applying to Bible college.
The personal attention and Christian education where the teachers can actually pray for the students, and the small homey atmosphere all contributed to the reason we sacrificed to put our kids in a Christian school. If your child is having trouble staying close to Jesus, is choosing the wrong friends, or is distracted by the many happenings at a public school, then consider cutting out the unimportant things in life and enroll them at BCS. You won't be sorry.
Former School Parent, currently living out of the US
Children are a gift from God. He gives them to us for us to raise and we will be held accountable for that upbringing. Money is tight for everyone, but your child's education is worth the sacrifice. If we still lived in Hemet, we would still be part of BCS. We love BCS. It is a place like no other. It is a godly environment and a place I am proud to have had my daughter exposed to.
I know that many people feel like when their kids get to high school they need to experience the world so they are not "eaten up" once they get into college. Here's the reality of it all. God is in control. Reality is what God makes it. I know the world is ugly but when our kids hit their teens and hormones are running crazy, it's not the time to let them go.
The teens are the years when kids are the most unsure of who they are. It's the time we invest more into them and walk them through it. At BCS, that is what you can do. Not only can you be close to your child and walk with them, but you have the support of godly people walking with them and praying with them as well. Kids take time and effort. Invest in them. Make the sacrifice, take the plunge and enroll them into BCS.