Chapel is held weekly for all secondary students and staff.

All of the classes at BCA are taught through a Biblical worldview.  Teachers  use a variety of resources, both secular and Christian. All classes are in English with the exception of foreign language classes.

  • English 
    • Literature, grammar, and composition
    • Traditional and contemporary literary selections from a wide variety of genres
    • Emphasis placed on developing students’ writing skills
    • Seniors focus on writing a research paper
  • Math
    • Follows sequence: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus
    • Course builds upon the material acquired in the previous course; final course captures and reviews all previous material in preparation for a student’s entry into Calculus
  • Social Science
    • Provides students with a thorough understanding of both United States and world history
    • Students are exposed to world geography, US government, economics, and current world issues
    • The aim is to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the history and government of countries represented at BCA and throughout the world
  • Science
    • Middle School students take life and earth science.
    • High School students are offered courses in biology, physical science, chemistry, and physics
    • Students are required solve problems, learn the facts of science, analyze arguments and express themselves through written and oral communication
    • There are also numerous opportunities for discussion and debate about ethical, political, and apologetics issues as they relate to science
  • Bible
    • Covers Bible study methods, a survey of both the Old and New Testaments, a study of Christian doctrine, and a semester entitled, “Understanding the Times”
    • Assists students in the development of their worldview
    • Seniors spend a semester studying the biblical perspective of family and marriage
  • Romanian I, II and III
    • Designed to refine students’ Romanian language and provide them with solid grammatical skills
    • Students read books, engage in conversation, and participate in a variety of oral and written activities to increase their vocabulary and grammar, and to differentiate between spoken and written Romanian