It’s Easy to Apply!
Speak with our Director of Admissions, Marge Squire, and learn about our programs and community! Email or call 978-373-7961
BCA uses the Standard Application Online (SAO), a program run by The Enrollment Management Association. To choose this option, click on the link above or the button to the right and create an account. Prefer a paper option? No worries! Simply download and print out our application forms here.
3. See Our School
Please head over to “Visit BCA” for ways to visit campus. You can also click <here> to view our virtual tours of our Lower and Upper School locations.
4. Learn About Variable Tuition
At BCA, we understand that each family’s financial situation is different. If you feel that your family would qualify for need-based financial assistance in order to attend BCA, please apply through our Variable Tuition program. It is important to fill out this application at the same time as the admissions application. To learn more about this program click here.
Once you have submitted your application, your student will be invited to interview with a member of our Admissions Committee. Ashley Eldridge, our Admissions Assistant Director, will schedule an online interview for you.
6. Enrollment Decision
The first round of admissions decisions are released on February 1st every year. After this date we review and release decisions on a rolling basis. After your application has been reviewed and your interview completed, you will be notified of your enrollment decision and your Variable Tuition amount (if applicable) through email.
Waitpool: If one of our grades is currently filled, accepted students will be placed into a waitpool and notified once a space becomes available. Prospective students still must submit a completed application and interview with a member of our Admissions Committee to be added into our waitpool.
Bradford Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, programs and activities made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletics or any other school administered programs.