To cultivate a love for learning which we feel is imperative to success for our children as we move into a more competitive global society. Understanding that education is a continuum, we will strive to teach our students that education does not end once they leave school but that self-learning is a lifelong process!
Bethel Christian Academy, Inc.’s philosophy is to instill into children a sense of moral standards, values, self-respect and respect for others that society has lost in this generation. We are advocates for teaching and developing a strong value system in young children. We take the responsibility of establishing a balanced and solid foundation to build on very seriously.
Bethel Christian Academy, Inc. teachers are GREAT TEACHERS! Great teachers tend to set big goals and have high expectations for their students. They are perpetually looking for ways to improve their effectiveness. They are not afraid to “shake things up” if they feel every child is not being reached. Our teachers pride themselves in forming strong relationships with their students showing that they care about them as people.
A great education begins with the desire to learn. Education is vital to lasting positive change in a child’s life. Cultivating a love for learning is becoming imperative to success for our children as we move into a more competitive global society. Education can lead children to enlightenment and can become the framework that shapes and molds every individual. The confidence to make decisions, to face life and to accept successes and failures begins with a strong academic foundation. We at Bethel Christian Academy teach our students that education does not end once they leave school but that self-learning is a lifelong process!
Bethel Christian Academy, Inc. aims to bring an open mind, a positive attitude, and high expectations to the classroom each day. It is our belief that we owe it to our students, as well as the community, to bring consistency, diligence, and warmth to the classroom in the hope that we can ultimately inspire and encourage such traits in the children as well.
“Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand” ~author unknown