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Fall Festival | Oct 29, 2020

2021-02-11T11:02:39-05:00October 29th, 2020|Categories: Events, Fall Festival, School Life|

Fresh Air Fall Festival! Last Thursday we celebrated our annual Fall Festival. Typically organized and run by our Grade 8’s, we made some adjustments this year and our beloved PTA helped to put on a festival to remember! We laughed, we played and had SO MUCH FUN. Our junior grades were able to take part in all of the fun outdoor activities, while our senior grades designed and decorated wood posts that they will use to make their own picnic benches for the school! Thank you to the PTA and all of the parent volunteers who who helped to make [...]

We’re Stumped! | Oct 06, 2020

2021-02-11T11:06:08-05:00October 6th, 2020|Categories: Community Outreach, News, School Life|

Stumped! We are constantly brainstorming creative ways to adapt during these times. Big thanks to PTA for coming up and delivering this fantastic idea to create an outdoor classroom. Literally a breath of fresh air for our staff and students! Also big shoutout to @mcfarlantree for donating these stumps to us. It’s always a pleasure connecting with local Burlington businesses. We are thankful!

Spring 2020 Friday Pizza Lunch Order Desk is OPEN!!!!

2020-02-26T20:15:13-05:00February 26th, 2020|Categories: Events, Hot Lunches, Important Reminders, News, School Life|

We are NOW OPEN for April – May 2020 Friday Pizza Lunch Orders! It’s baaaaaaaaaaaack! For those of you who are new to us (welcome!), here’s all you need to know about FRIDAY PIZZA LUNCH! Each year, we run a Pizza lunch on Fridays for our students, which is a great way for us to fund-raise for improvements to BCA! Your pizza lunch helps keep BCA a thriving and exciting place to learn–and let’s not forget: this is one day a week that you are NOT making a lunch.  Ordering IS NOW OPEN until March 30, 2020 Please do separate [...]

Coldest Night of the Year | Feb 22, 2020

2020-02-16T22:16:44-05:00February 12th, 2020|Categories: Community Outreach, Events, News, Newsy Bits, School Life|

Hi All, The Coldest Night of the Year event is a week away today! It might be cold out there but its warm in here!  We have 20 kids and their brave parents joining us... including three staff members! Way to go BCA! Want to walk with - sign up soon! If you can't join us, consider donating to Thanks all! Good luck BCA! Mrs. C. Dear BCA Families, Our Students and Staff continue to strive to help those in need in our community. Together we will be walking in the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY), a [...]

Principal’s Corner | February 7, 2020

2020-02-16T22:11:53-05:00February 7th, 2020|Categories: News, Principal's Corner, School Life, Staff News|

Chapels This year in Chapel, we are continuing to learn about God’s story and how God uses different people in the Bible to teach us about His son. This month Mrs. Beaman, former JK teacher, spoke about what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. A disciple is someone who follows Jesus, is changed by Jesus and is committed to the mission of Jesus. The more we draw near to him (ie. reading the Word of God and praying) the more he changes us to be more like him and the more people see him in our lives. She [...]

Principal’s Corner | January 10, 2020

2020-02-08T20:40:40-05:00January 10th, 2020|Categories: Brag Board, Donuts for Dads, Events, Important Reminders, News, Principal's Corner, School Life, Senior Programs|

Chapels I trust you had a wonderful Christmas holiday and are ready for the new year! This year in Chapel, we have been learning about God’s story and how God uses different people in the Bible to teach us about His son. This week I spoke in Chapel about how knowing Jesus changes us. Acts 4:13 states, When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished, and they took note that these men had been with Jesus. I used examples of people who had been changed by Jesus including [...]

1st PLACE! 2019 Tri-School Spelling Bee

2019-11-26T23:20:40-05:00November 18th, 2019|Categories: Brag Board, Community Outreach, Events, News, Newsy Bits, School Life, Spelling Bee|

Could we 'BEE' any more excited to share this news with you? Last week several of our Junior and Senior students traveled to Rehoboth Christian School to take part in the Tri-School Spelling Bee Competition, and proudly came back to BCA with the 1st place trophy! Congratulations to our Senior team for placing first overall and to our Junior team for their dedication to attending weekly practices and positive attitude and energy that they brought to the team; we look forward to seeing how you continue to develop at next year's competition as you join our Senior division. [...]

Remembrance Day 2019

2019-11-26T23:27:04-05:00November 11th, 2019|Categories: Events, News, Principal's Corner, School Life|

            At BCA, we remember. We remember those who leave and never return; we remember those who return but are never the same. .../div>                         A post shared by Burlington Christian Academy (@burlingtonchristianacademy) on Nov 11, 2019 at 7:11am PST "The living owe it to those who no longer can speak to tell their story for them". - Czeslaw Milosz. At BCA, we remember. We remember those who leave and never return; we remember those who return but are never the same. We are [...]

BCA is Going Green!

2019-11-26T23:30:37-05:00November 8th, 2019|Categories: Brag Board, Community Outreach, Events, News, Newsy Bits, Principal's Corner, School Life|

BCA is going green!Thank you to Ms. Watt from Halton Waste Management for coming to visit the school this week for an informative assembly as we learn how to become a Green School. We are excited to announce that we have already put blue and green bins in all of our classrooms and are working toward building our very own compost station at the school. Our Green Team club is off to a great start and we are looking forward to seeing what initiatives they come up with next! We are thrilled to be partnering with the City of Halton as [...]

EdVenture | Session 1 Ends with a … splat?

2019-10-31T12:36:37-04:00October 23rd, 2019|Categories: Brag Board, EdVenture, Events, News, Newsy Bits, Principal's Corner, School Life, Senior Programs|

EdVenture's first session this year, the sky was the limit as students designed, built, tested, and revised their plans to build catapults. This physics based unit involved the study of several types of simple machines in order to successful create a compound machine. the catapult. Students learned the history of the catapult and concepts related to store energy of tension, torsion, and gravity used to propel objects. Their culminating project was to work in groups to create their own strong catapult to launch pumpkins. With different targets set up on the hill, students from our Junior Kindergarten classes to Grade 8 [...]