BCS Warrior Blog

The Challenge in Athletics Today

Many of us have seen the recent article written by Mark Beckman, Executive Director of the Montana High School Association. In his article Mr. Beckman talks about the trouble they are having finding and keeping officials. He states that the reason many officials give for either leaving (or not starting) is adult behaviors. He asks […]

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Benchmark Testing

Like most schools around the nation (both public and private) Billings Christian School is wrapping up our second round of Benchmark testing for our Preschool – 8th grades. Because many families are unfamiliar with what these tests are, I’d like to take this opportunity to give you some explanation. In the past, the only formal […]

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The 18th Annual Legacy Dinner & Auction

The Billings Christian School Education Foundation is thrilled to announce tables are now available to be reserved for the 18th Annual Legacy Dinner & Auction featuring guest speaker Trey Gowdy, representing South Carolina’s 4th District. The Legacy Dinner & Auction is the premier fundraising event for the Billings Christian School Education Foundation. Since 2006, The […]

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Christ-Centered Education

At Billings Christian School, our vision statement is “Grounded in Biblical truth and academic excellence, we teach, train, and mentor individuals for a lifetime of learning, leadership, and service”. Our mission is to provide a superior Christian education that is consistent with Biblical principles as we partner with families and their churches for a lifetime […]

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Strategic Planning

In the spring of 2016 BCS developed a strategic plan for 2017-2022. Four committees were formed using parents and board members. These committees looked at facilities, students/parents, curriculum, and boards/leadership. Survey recommendations from parents and students along with board/leadership input gave the committees a number of planning items to consider. Committees were to evaluate each […]

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Conflict Resolution

One of our high school students said it well: “BCS teaches us to be Christlike, it teaches us to be different!” Conflict is not avoidable. But conflict should result in reconciliation. Assume good intent. If we view one another as God’s children, then I believe it is important that we assume actions by another was […]

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Learner Centered Education

There have been many changes in educational philosophy and best practices since I started in the profession. Of all the things that have happened I believe one of the most significant changes during my career has been the access to information that students now have. I think back to when I was in high school […]

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Global Outreach

Why should we teach our students at Billings Christian School to be involved in global outreach? In Matthew 28:18-20a, Jesus commands us to “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe the things […]

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Budgeting Process

The reason we spend time budgeting each year is to ensure the best education for our students. Our goal is to equip our teachers with what they need to teach successfully. This includes supplies and equipment, but it also includes compensation. Our students need up-to-date curriculum and technology, along with classrooms conducive to learning. Our […]

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