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Our Academics

BridgeWay Preparatory Christian School recognizes each student is unique, and we strive to educate the complete child. BWPCS meets the needs of each student where they are in their educational journey.
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The students at BWPCS learn about the Bible and the love of Christ. First and second graders learn Bible stories that are the core of God's Word, and as the students get older, they delve into what it means to have a healthy relationship with Jesus Christ. The faculty here at BWPCS feel this is an essential part of the day.

Kids with Backpacks
Fifth/Sixth Grade

 In the fifth and sixth grade classroom, reading continues to be the highlight of the learning experience. Reading for various purposes, and individual research is a heavy focus in this classroom.  The math curriculum that is used in Fifth and Sixth Grade is, 

 Math in Focus. Science and History are an essential part of the day.

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First/Second Grade

The first and second graders focus heavily on phonics and beginning reading concepts. The goal is to encourage each student to become a lifelong reader. The math curriculum for this group of new learners is from Bob Jones University and covers all beginning math concepts. Science and history are taught from a topical perspective.

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Seventh/Eighth Grade

Seventh and Eight graders are at the turning point in their lives. These students are learning many grammar skills and researching topics of their interests. There is a heavy focus on science and history.

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Third/Fourth Grade

Third and fourth graders are moving from learning the basic techniques of reading to the concept of connecting the knowledge they gain by reading for fun and information . The math curriculum is from Bob Jones University and extends their learning from the previous grade levels. Science and history are taught from a topical perspective.

Graduating Students
High School

High school prepares students in areas far beyond the classroom curriculum. High school helps teach students to research, listen, collaborate, lead, be creative and innovative, and put forth consistent and prolonged time, effort, and hard work into activities, classes, and subjects that matter.

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