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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful,
concerned citizens can change the world.
Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.

–Margaret Mead

Cultivating Commitment to Service

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t Bradford Christian Academy, we fully embrace our responsibility to answer the needs of the people around us—both internationally and domestically. At the high school level, Bradford provides the opportunity for students to take part in foreign missions. Every other year, students venture into developing countries to aid church communities. Support for these young missionaries comes from the surrounding communities, family members, and even other students.

Recently, our service trips have centered around the small community of Batey Angelina, in the Dominican Republic. Students have accomplished many physical projects, including constructing a community center, painting that center, and expanding the church, but the greatest legacy has been the shared sense of fellowship and love between the Dominicans and BCA.

Alongside our outreach with international projects, we pride ourselves on having great community service right here in our local communities. Each year, every student participates in at least fifteen hours of community service. Our students are actively involved in different non-profits and organizations throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The goal of this program is to not only actively encourage students to participate in service now, but also to continue this service throughout their lives in any community throughout the world.