Hours of Operation
Brown County Christian School is open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:00pm. Supervision of students begins at 7:30am and ends at 4:15 pm.
Students are in class from 7:45 am to 3:45 pm.
Parents may drop off students at the main entrance of the school and may enter the building with children. Follow traffic flow through the parking lot or park your vehicle in one of the designated spaces.
Pre-K through 2nd grade students will remain in classroom for parents to meet them at that location or the teacher will take these grade level children to the porch.
Students in 3rd through 6th grades will be dismissed to meet parents at their vehicles. The NAME CARD should be displayed in the vehicle window. If no identifying card is available, the authorized driver must park and walk to the office with a driver’s license or other proper identification.
Our mission is to educate the mind using state standards with an innovative curriculum that incorporates a Biblical worldview, to provide a conducive environment for Biblical character development through servanthood, and to provide physical fitness activities to enhance overall health.
Brown County Christian School will continue to provide students with a well-rounded education that will enhance their lives and minister to the whole person spiritually, mentally, and physically.
Brown County Christian School is an adjunct to viably assist Christian parents in fulfilling their divine responsibility to thoroughly train each child to obey God in every area of life and to make him or her a true disciple of Jesus Christ.
Christian education differs from secular education. It is centered in the triune God and has the distinct goal of developing the character of Christ in the student. The ultimate purpose of Brown County Christian School is to provide quality education in a Christian atmosphere. BCCS’s program is geared to meet not only the intellectual needs of the student, but also his/her spiritual, physical, and social needs. Every subject, whether scientific, historical, mathematical, literary, or artistic, is taught with the consciousness that Jesus Christ is to be central in all living and learning.
Brown County Christian School shall provide an environment which encourages each student to discover their unique abilities, to develop those graces and skills demonstrated in the life of Christ, to achieve educational excellence in all disciplines, and to exercise his/her God-given gifts in the expanding opportunities of their Christian development.
The ultimate purpose of man is to glorify God.
Therefore, BCCS expects staff and students to reflect that image. BCCS upholds the belief, in practical terms, that God is glorified when there is an atmosphere of understanding and where the fruit of Christ’s Spirit (Galatians 5) is constantly being cultivated. When God is glorified, it affects how one relates to others in his family, church, and community. It also affects one’s lifestyle, behavior, and overall attitude toward God’s authority structure in the world.
Brown County Christian School views itself as an extension of the Christian home, reinforcing the ideals, social norms, and beliefs of the Christian family. Christian education is not confined to the classroom. It takes place in the Christian home, in the church, and in all the Church’s institutions and educative agencies. It is therefore important that parents enrolling their children understand the nature and philosophy of BCCS. Brown County Christian School’s ultimate purpose for existing can only be fulfilled as parents see and agree with where BCCS is leading their children.
Statement of Faith
Brown County Christian School’s Statement of Faith is based on the scriptures as the all-sufficient rule of faith and practice, which is the creed of the church and proceeds with the following authoritative basics in clear focus.
We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant, and authoritative Word of God.
We believe there is one God, Creator of Heaven and Earth, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe that men are sinful in God’s eyes and, therefore, need to be born again to be saved. There is an ever-present ministry of the Holy Spirit, by who’s indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a Godly life.
We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and in the second coming of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
We believe moral values are not determined by human expediency or intellectual precepts but by the determination and acceptance of the principles of the righteousness found in God’s Holy Word – the Bible.
We believe the church, the body of Christ, is God’s chosen community and the fellowship of the redeemed.
Brown County Christian School is dedicated to meeting the needs of the whole child: physically, spiritually, and academically. In meeting the spiritual needs of its students, BCCS has established the following objectives:
BCCS, first and foremost, acknowledges the eternal value and spiritual worth of each person and therefore shall present the salvation message to each student.
BCCS shall dedicate itself to the spiritual training of its staff to serve as leaders and witnesses of Christ among the students.
BCCS shall provide adequate and daily spiritual instruction to each of its students, with considerations to the developmental level and background of each.
BCCS shall provide quality instruction in Bible knowledge and facts to provide students with training for their spiritual lives.
BCCS shall develop a chapel program that provides additional spiritual training and provides opportunities for corporate worship by students and staff.
BCCS shall encourage extracurricular and community outreach programs whereby students shall be able to spread the Gospel of Christ in fulfillment of the Great Commission.
BCCS shall be in communication with the families of its students and provide opportunities for their spiritual edification and growth.
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Brown County Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or disability in administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.