BCA offers a full cafeteria menu each day school is in session. Students can pack their own lunch or order from the menu. Daily specials include pizza, Chinese meals, Chick-fil-A meals, and a variety of other specials. A la carte items include salads, hard boiled eggs, hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, and much more. Full menu listings are accessible to BCA families through the Renweb portal. The cafeteria is also open during BCA sporting events and offers an adjusted menu at these games.
The health services at BCA are under the direction of a supervising delegating nurse. A medication technician handles the distribution of needed medicine on campus. BCA follows all current state and federal guidelines related to the distribution of medication in schools. The BCA Parent-Student Handbook also provides policies related to student sickness at school.
BCA offers extended care before and after school for families that need this service. An additional fee applies. Hours of operation are from 6:30-8:15 a.m. and 3:30-6:00 p.m.
Activities And Clubs
Thrilling Thursdays (1st – 5th grades)
this is an after school activity on selected Thursdays for elementary age students. Activities include: fun with math, fun with soccer, fun with flag football, fun with science, scrapbooking, PTF parties, and more. There is no fee for these activities.
Elementary Drama Club (3rd – 5th grades)
This after school activity meets on selected Tuesdays for those interested in developing their acting skills. Dramas are performed during elementary chapel services.
FCA Club (6th-12th grades)
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club meets after school once a week, usually on Wednesdays. Middle and high school students are welcome for a time of fellowship, snacks, and digging deeper in God’s Word. The FCA Club also plans various service activities.
Creative Writing Club (9th-12th grades)
The Creative Writing Club allows students to strengthen their writing skills while engaging in fun and creative assignments.
Other Activities and Clubs (all levels)
BCA allows parents, teachers, and students to provide input on other activities and clubs that may help students reach their potential. Creative ideas are encouraged.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is a nationally acclaimed invitational honor. Exemplary juniors and seniors are selected for induction based on the four foundational pillars of the NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These inducted students are also actively involved in school events and community service, and must be able to maintain a high grade point average (GPA).
In 2006, the Broadfording Christian Academy Colossians 3:17 chapter of the National Honor Society was founded. Colossians 3:17 states “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
NHS students attend monthly meetings addressing the pillars of the National Honor Society and engage in studies focusing on honorable, remarkable leaders in history. The meetings also provide students with time to work on beneficial service projects.
BCA has been sending forth graduates since May, 1975, when five graduates became the first alumni of the school. Since that time, BCA has had graduates enter many different career fields: pastors, teachers, missionaries, business owners, electricians, plumbers, policemen, firemen, doctors, lawyers, and many more.
Alumni can stay connected to BCA by joining the Broadfording Christian Academy Alumni Facebook group.