Biblically Grounded for Life Beaver County Christian School

At BCCS Worldview Matters!

At the heart of what we do is the opportunity to weave together our Christian faith and learning in an inseparable way.  We understand that true learning and wisdom can only occur within a worldview that acknowledges that every square inch of creation belongs to God.  As a result, our Christian faith is imbedded in every aspect of curriculum, instruction, and program.

My name is Doug Carson and I am the Supervising Principal at BCCS.  I invite you to come today and explore what we do at either one of our campuses.  You’ll see that at BCCS our Christian worldview is what we are all about.

Use the Admissions tab above to review the admissions policies, request information, or fill out an online application.  Thank you, we look forward to working with you soon!


Beaver County Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Beaver County Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.



  • Eagles land WPIAL victory!

    We celebrate the boys volleyball team WPIAL victory!  They swept Ambridge, 3-0. [29-27, 25-20, 25-23]


    It was an exciting night.  The Eagles started strong and stayed strong throughout the games.  They had a very responsive defense, played well together as a team and took kills as they had opportunity.  Ambridge had a great defensive game (and some fast and strong plays) but our guys figured out how to maneuver around the defense and respond to their aggressive plays.  Great job!


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    Next game:  PIAA first round, Wednesday, June 1 (Time & Location TBD)


    The Lord has provided a victorious season and we look forward to the PIAA games.


    Mr. Rostoni, Principal


  • Good Enrollment News at BCCS

    At BCCS we are praising God for the strong enrollment news!  There are strong enrollment trends at the high school in grade 9, in all grades in the middle school but especially grade 7, and at the elementary school in grade 1.  Our admissions coordinator, Mrs. Kristin Lee, is busy following up on inquiries, arranging school tours and shadowing days, and setting up admissions interviews.  Take a moment to thank God for this good news at BCCS and pray for wisdom for the school board and administrators as they seek to make good decisions regarding the increasing enrollment.

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