BVCS is locally-operated, with the benefit of guidance and direction from the Office of Education (Seventh-day Adventist Church), which oversees over 6,000 schools world-wide with the advantage of over 150 years of academic leadership.
Baker View Christian School C.A.R.E.S. for students
Our curriculum and class-conduct standards help instill the virtues of social concern, faith in God, generosity, environmental awareness, integrity, honesty, and teamwork. Imparting beliefs and morals that build a child's character with a positive sense of self-worth and respect for others, our activities aim to develop the entire child -- emotionally, physically, mentally, socially and spiritually.
Our state-certified teachers, and their assistants, strive for high academic standards in classrooms with low teacher-student ratios. As stated above, BVCS is part of the heritage and excellent educational track record of the Adventist school network, which includes the globally-renown Loma Linda University in California.
BVCS students participate in our community and world through such things as: ski-trips, harvesting apples for the homeless, Operation Christmas Child, nursing home visits, and more.
Encounters with God
Our teachers are dedicated Christians who integrate Biblical faith in the classroom through daily worship time, book studies, practical lessons and personal examples. Students are encouraged to know God in everyday life through a personal relationship with Him.
We see being entrusted with the care of a child as a huge duty and a humble privilege. BVCS teachers become acquainted with students, monitor conduct, apply protective policies and oversee the facility to prevent or address any threat to personal safety.
Journey to Excellence Video Presentation
Every parent, student, and teacher has a story.
The Impact of ONE.
Resilient in her faith and equipped to serve, Kirsten's story teaches all of us never to underestimate the difference that one person's life can make.
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