Partner in Education Program
At Baldwinsville Christian Academy, we are educating tomorrow's leaders—professionals, ministers, teachers, politicians, and more. We have the privilege to address the whole child—socially, intellectually, emotionally, physically, AND spiritually. All of these together help our students attain individual excellence. However, our cost to educate students continues to rise. We need your help if we are to continue to make a difference!
How can you help? Become a Partner in Education today! Your monetary gift can help a student this school year. There are several ways you can help.
Why Become a Partner in Education?
In today's failing moral, ethical, and religious climate, Biblical training and education of our young people is becoming critical so that the next generation can be fully equipped and ready to serve God. We want the Word of God to continue to affect lives through our graduates.
What can BCA give back?
Not only will you know that you are having a direct impact on the life of one or more students, but you will also know that you are making an eternal difference for the Kingdom of Christ.
We also have a ministry team that is willing to come to your church or organization and present a program about Christian education. They present BCA, our philosophy of education, and student testimonials. To arrange a date with us, call us at 638-1069 or email us at information@BaldwinsvilleChristianAcademy.com
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Partner in Education brochure
“We give to the Annual Fund because
we’ve learned that tuition alone doesn’t cover the cost of our children’s Christian education. BCA has many extras that need our support . . . the programs, extra-curricular activities, and the service projects. We value
what makes BCA special and feel
confident that our gift helps make it happen.” — BCA, parent
“I attribute much of the good that has come into my life since high school to the strong values, work ethic, and drive that
BCA helped to instill. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to have attended
BCA and will give to the Annual Fund every year in hopes that future graduates
will be able to look back with the same positive memories.”— BCA alumus
“I grew up in a wealthy family, and my parents taught me that being blessed by God means you have the responsibility to bless others by sharing what you have.
As an adult, my financial situation is very different. Especially in today’s tough economic times, giving becomes even more difficult, but needs to be deliberate.
The Annual Fund makes it possible for
us to offer our Christ-centered curriculum and successful model of excellence to children of many backgrounds
who are motivated to learn to their fullest potential.” — BCA parent