Belvoir Christian Academy serves infants - 8th grade, teaching them to excel in academics and leadership while nurturing and growing their Christian faith.
NOw enrolling for infants - 8th grade
request information or call 423.622.3755, ext. 12 to schedule a tour, weekdays between 9 a.m. & 2 p.m.
Our next Open House for prospective families is Thurs., July 27. Families interested in our early learning program for INFANTS through Pre-K4 or Kindergarten through 8th grade are welcome to attend.
Families may visit on the designated open house evenings any time between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Children are always welcome at open houses and day-time tours!
Open House for Prospective Families
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
'Welcome Back to School' Night at BCA
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
For Enrolled Families of Infants - 8th grade
PK3 - 8th grade must attend - 10 a.m.
First Full Day of School
School begins at 8:15 a.m. for PK3 - 8th
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Administration Update, Welcome Back Night/Registration Day
Have you checked out our latest event? You won't want to miss it - sign up today!
Fun in the Sun! A special Water Day for Summer Campers, plus a fun (and educational!) visit from EPB's Professor Gig-A-Watt!
Soon to be revealed and ready to use -- the new Climbing Wall at BCA! Thanks to many who donated, this will soon be another great activity for our campers and students to enjoy all year!
Zip-lining, plus fun on the climbing wall and at water day! No better way to spend a week at summer camp!!
Summer Campers enjoy some "4th of July" fun making red, white and blue Rice Krispy treats!
Another awesome week of summer camp! Campers enjoyed an outing to SuperFly along with gymnastics, nutrition class, reading in the library, and finally a dance party in the gym hosted by a DJ! The girls got an extra treat with pedicures and “Just Dance” classes!
Summer campers get a lesson in nutrition and the digestive system by learning how the food they eat gets processed in their bodies each day!
Summer campers get a lesson in nutrition and the digestive system by learning how the food they eat gets processed!