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                                      Discovering God's Purpose


The mission of Broadfording Christian Academy is grounded in our belief that God has a purpose for every child (Eph. 1:11). BCA provides an academic program for students PreK-12 and a wide range of activities in art, music, athletics, drama, and school service. Students graduating from BCA have successfully gained college admission, entered the workforce, joined the military, entered full time missions, or attended trade schools. Additionally, BCA has incorporated the former Barger Learning Program, now an NILD-based program, designed to meet the needs of students with unique learning challenges, into its mission. 

Broadfording Christian Academy is fully accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

                                               Mission Statement

BCA's mission is to provide an educational environment which enables students to strive for excellence in academics and in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ as they discover God's unique purpose and plan for their lives. As stated on our home page, we desire to develop students who are real; that is, cultivating a relationship with Christ, becoming equipped for service to others, becoming active in using their gifts and talents for Him, and seeking a lifetime of learning.


Core Values

We believe

  • The Bible must stand as our foundation of Truth;
  • Moral and spiritual values must be stressed;
  • All staff and volunteers must be committed to the vision, mission and core values of BCA;
  • High academic standards should be maintained; internal and external evaluation will be implemented for continuous school improvement;
  • Programs, curriculum, and instructional practices will be continuoulsy evaluated to develop maximum effectiveness;
  • Organizational practices must remain thoroughly Christian in business, development, marketing, personnel, and government relations;
  • Parents have the primary responsibility for the education of their children; the school serves the parents by partnering with parents to meet the aim of BCA's mission;
  • The opportunity for Christian schooling should be accessible to families as a means of evangelizing, nurturing, educating, and disciplining students for a life of service to God and to society;
  • Professional training and certification is vital to the development and growth of BCA and its effectiveness;
  • The teaching and learning process at BCA should reflect a Christ-like sensitivity to the developmental needs of its students;
  • Christians must be able to articulate, model, reason, and defend the Christian faith by fulfilling the command of the Lord in Matthew 22:37("Jesus said unto him, 'Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, with all thy soul, and with all they mind.")