High School


Big-Picture Thinking Begins Here


Get ready to think hard. To confront essential questions about the nature of your world and your place in it. To see everything differently—more deeply, more critically, and with far greater insight. To encounter both the majesty and the fallen-ness of Creation, all from a Biblical perspective. To listen, to speak, to experiment, to debate. Get ready to change into a more powerful, more knowledgeable, more skillful version of yourself.


Our academic program is geared toward college preparation—and that’s just the beginning. You might choose to challenge yourself with online AP courses or dual enrollment. Our robust arts program will draw out your creativity, and young artists and actors will discover opportunities for growth that are virtually unprecedented for a school of our size. As the world of college and life after high school begins to loom large, our multi-year college preparation program will help you find a college that is right for you and to move forward with confidence.


High school is a great time to own your faith. BCA’s emphasis on spiritual formation, our college-style Bible classes, our personalized and wide-ranging Mentor Group meetings, and our weekly chapel program with student-led worship all offer opportunities to grow deep and strong in your relationship with Christ. If you’re searching spiritually, BCA is a great place to explore matters of faith among friends and teachers from various Christian backgrounds.


We’re all about “leading by serving in every arena,” and that servant-leadership starts now. In Providence, in New York City, and even overseas, you will see faces light up with hope as you serve. You will play a game of soccer with children in need. You will provide medical care to an impoverished elder. You will help repair a house for a family experiencing homelessness. You will do radical, challenging things you didn’t know you were capable of; you will make a lasting difference in someone’s life; and you will never be the same.

Dual Enrollment Partners


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College Acceptance Rate

High School Curriculum

During their four years of high school, students are required to complete 26 credits, including the 24 credits required under the Rhode Island High School Diploma requirements. The BCA High School Curriculum follows this framework.

BCA is a partner with Arizona State University and offers online courses for Seniors who are interested in electives beyond what BCA offers. Those listed above are just a few options available.

College Counseling

As the world of college and life after high school begins to loom large, our multi-year College Counseling program helps each student define their aspirations, set challenging goals, and ultimately find a good fit. At BCA we prepare students to lead and succeed in a range of arenas and give them the tools to move forward with confidence and grace.

At BCA this is about more than just matchmaking; it’s a journey of discovery. Through our counseling program, students learn a great deal about colleges and careers—and about themselves. They also learn that BCA applicants tend to have some distinct advantages: Self-knowledge, authenticity and years of real-world experience, to name a few. College admissions officers are increasingly interested in knowing who a student really is and what really matters to them, inside and out. At BCA this is par for the course: Soul-searching is an integral part of the everyday student experience. No resume-building or questionnaires required!

Our counselors help students plan, monitor and manage their own academic and career development. We know that navigating the college process can be overwhelming for students and parents. That’s why we’re committed to providing the one-on-one time necessary to help each student with decision-making, college searches, and applying for admission and financial aid.