BCS Warrior Blog

Warrior 101: Happenings within BCS Classrooms – 4th Grade Music

  The 4th grade class has been learning a new musical instrument with Ms. Griffith (Music Director) this year…the ukulele! They are currently working on playing (and singing) the holiday classic “Jingle Bells” in preparation for the upcoming season. This is the first year the ukulele has been a part of the music program, but […]

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Warrior 101: Happenings within BCS Classrooms – God and Dinosaurs

by Katherine Nelson   On October 4th, the Creation Science students enjoyed the privilege of a trip to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, a young earth creation science-based museum.  The museum has over 24 full-sized dinosaurs as well as other fossils and exhibits that all, in their own way, point to God as Creator.  […]

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Warrior 101: Happenings within BCS Classrooms – Diverse Staff

by Peggy Mathiason BCS is most generously blessed with a highly trained and qualified faculty! We have a very diverse staff ranging from veteran teachers with over 30 years of experience to brand-new, first-assignment teachers. They represent a constellation of faiths and backgrounds. Some are born and raised Montanans, and some are from states all […]

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Warrior 101: Happenings within BCS Classrooms – Ben-Hur

Twenty-first Century Christians Meet First Century Jew by Vanessa Lund One of the joys in a literature teacher’s life is watching students’ enthusiasm ignite over classic literary works.  This year’s 11th grade Honors English class has once again provided me with such provender in their excited engagement of Lew Wallace’s novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of […]

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Warrior 101: Happenings within BCS Classrooms – Hat Day

On Thursday mornings, one can hear laughter and see many smiles as elementary staff and students, preschool through fifth grades, line up at Mrs. Henderson’s door, with $1 in hand, anxiously awaiting to pay for the privilege of wearing a hat for the day. The $1 has much more meaning though than getting to wear […]

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The Power of No

I often think the most powerful, yet most underused, word in today’s modern parental vocabulary is “no.” With the summer months on the way—and with them, more unstructured time and freedom for most children—this word may become even more important for us as parents, and ultimately for our kids’ flourishing. If you look at a great […]

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Graduation Requirements

I often get asked about graduation requirements, so I want to take this opportunity to explain a little about what they are and why they exist. Graduation requirements serve the purpose of making sure our graduates qualify for a BCS diploma, while ensuring the diploma meets requirements of our accrediting organizations and the mission and […]

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Elementary Parent Conferences

In the elementary school, our staff requests parent conferences a minimum of two times during a school year, with one conference being scheduled during a specified week following first quarter and the latter being scheduled a specified week during third quarter.  Time is carved out for conferences with each family from the end of the […]

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