When it comes to the heart of the matter, what do you really want for your child? At Baldwinsville Christian Academy, Christian families have come together to provide an excellent and broad Christian educational program - so their children may grow and mature into perceptive and caring Christians with life-encompassing obedience to God. With over 40 years of history (founded 1972), we are pleased to offer a full academic program from preschool through twelfth grade.
We are able to offer extensive curricular and extracurricular options where our students can explore and develop their God-given gifts in the core academic subjects as well as in such areas as music, drama, art, athletics and much more. Our many alumni are serving the Lord locally and throughout the world in a wide variety of vocations - having a transforming influence in the world for the glory of God. Our dedicated faculty and staff is the key to achieving our mission as a school. On a daily basis they integrate a distinctly Biblical perspective into their teaching in all subjects and at all grade levels. Each teacher, unique in personality and teaching expertise, is a Christian committed to the goals of Christian education.
Parents at Baldwinsville Christian Academy are incredibly supportive of their school, encouraging their children, and working hand-in-hand with the staff. We are grateful for a huge volunteer base that extends across generations. Our local churches that are represented in the school are a constant source of support and blessing, completing the home, school, church connection.
Education today is so much more than classrooms, science labs, art rooms, and gymnasiums. It is also the playgrounds and athletic fields, service trips and Bible studies, and music rehearsals; it is the relationships built between teachers and students, friends and colleagues, coaches, and athletes.
Transforming the World for Jesus Christ
More than simply Bible classes and prayer tacked on to a standard curriculum, at BCA faith and learning are inseparable, since all learning revolves, in some way, around the universe of our Creator. This encourages a "school of thought" where students learn not what to think but how to think.