Education is the Cultivation of Virtue
We teach our students to think well (Intellectual Virtues), we train them to lead (Cardinal virtues), we transform them with a love of goodness (Moral Virtues), we train them to be winsome as they write and speak with eloquence (Rhetorical virtues), we deepen their knowledge of God, history, and our world (the virtue of Wisdom) and we immerse them in a Christian view of all things.
Classical Christian Education
Classical Christian schools use children’s God-given strengths at each stage of growth to help them learn; young children enjoy memorizing, singing, and rhymes, so a solid foundation is laid in each subject of study at this age; junior-high students are inquisitive, so we develop their ability to reason and discern truth; and high-school students want to talk, so we teach them how to present their ideas persuasively. The result is a graduate who knows what they believe and why and can positively impact the community around them.
The Good Soil Report is a comparative study of 24-to 42-year-old alumni from public, secular private, Catholic, evangelical Christian, religious homeschool, and Association of Classical Christian Education schools on the topics of life choices, preparation, attitudes, values, opinions, and practices.
Received a BA or higher in college
vs. 45% of homeschool alumni
Felt well prepared for a job
vs. 50% of christian school alumni
Read the Bible regularly
vs. 55% of christian school & homeschool alumni
Attend Church 3x per month
vs. 65% of christian school & homeschool alumni
Barry County Christian School students are uniquely prepared for life after high school. After thirteen years of preparation, the final three years of which include post-secondary life planning meetings, practicums, real-world experience, and 1-on-1 planning for life after High School, allows Barry County Christian School graduates to achieve their God-given potential.
We're all about creating genuine relationships with our students so that Christ is made real in and out of School life. Every school day begins with morning worship, devotionals, and prayer. Weekly chapel services encourage growth in and commitment to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
4 Easy Steps for Admission
In order to best understand the education process at BCCS, we encourage all prospective families to schedule a visit. Taking a tour of our facilities and having a chat with our administrator will give you a first hand experience of what life is like at Barry County Christian. Give us a call at
FILL OUT AN APPLICATION
Families are encouraged to pick up an application in person while visiting the school. For your convenience, you may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (269)948-2151 and request an application. Submit your application in person or by email to begin the application process.
Prospective families will meet with a school board member and the school administrator to discuss the family's specific educational goals, the school’s philosophy of Christian education, and how the school and family can work together.
Barry County Christian School recognizes that not all families have the financial flexibility for Christian education. With that in mind, BCCS will work with your family to discover if financial assistance is a realistic possibility for your family.
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Hear It from Others
Excellent Christian education in a Family-style environment. It provides students with a background of faith-based education that has lead myself and fellow alumni to careers in various fields, even internationally! I valued my time at BCCS and am proud to see it evolve as my siblings continue to attend.
Ashley Ipackchi - Alumni