Becoming Extraordinary In the Classroom

An Extraordinary Destination

BExtraordinary 3[dropcap type=”circle” color=”#f4f3ea” background=”#d3ac2b”]S[/dropcap]ince Bradford Christian Academy opened in 2004, we have strategically chosen to invest our resources in “people and programs” over facilities to provide a first-rate Christian education. We appreciate that BCA is first and foremost a community, not a building. While we retain this foundational value, it is clear that we must develop new middle and high school facilities to:

  • Create long-term stability and permanence
  • Maximize opportunities for learning, recreating, and strengthening community ties
  • Achieve operational and economic efficiency
  • Accommodate growth


After two years spent researching our facilities needs and existing properties in our region, we concluded that new construction is the best option to achieve our long-range facilities goals. New construction allows us to develop facilities in financially manageable phases instead of carrying the cost of existing facilities as we renovate them over time and enables us to maintain maximum flexibility in design to best meet our educational goals.

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