“Our focus at Burlington Christian Academy is on differentiated instruction. This approach allows teachers to know their students and can teach to each student’s strength.”
-Principal Heather Crossing

At BCA, we believe that differentiated instruction is at the very foundation to a student’s academic success. Our teachers spend time learning about each of their students. By understanding the unique learning abilities of each student, our teachers can teach and connect with each student individually. We know each student learns differently. It is important for us to have students that can’t wait to come to school. A child who wants to be at school, is ready to learn!

We also have a very strong focus on and commitment to experiential learning. In addition to our amazing classroom work, we introduce the students to hands on learning experiences. We believe that through “Learning by Doing”, it exposes students to experiences that will captivate their minds and help them find something to be passionate about, with a lasting impact.

Experiential learning at BCA has opened a new world to our students. It allows students to experience life. The end result is active participation that engages higher brain function and stimulates the senses. These experiences challenge our students to gain insight and apply this new found knowledge to their personal lives and future growth as leaders within the community. Our Senior programs integrate this ideology in everyday practice at BCA. Please refer to the 2019-2020 Senior Program Catalogue for more information.

The 2020-2021 Senior Program Catalogue will be posted mid-Spring, 2020.