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Bible Baptist Christian School5
Posted January 11, 2015
- a teacher
We are a very Christian School. We pray all the time. We listen to our students. Small class room. One on One help. . Please visit our About the ACE PACEs Program Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum has Scripture as its foundation, fully integrating biblical principles, wisdom, and character-building concepts into education. Students move at their own speed through the self-instructional "PACE" workbooks. Following the mastery approach, PACEs are formatted for students to complete the exercises found throughout the workbook, take a practice "self test," and conclude with a "final test" (torn out from the center) to measure understanding. PACEs are numbered, with each subject generally covering 12 PACEs; the PACE numbers increase numerically as grades progress. Answers are in the sold-separately SCORE Key booklet sets, whose numbers correspond to the student workbook PACEs. Thank you , Pat Cook
Horrible school. The place is a broken down mess, the teachers actually make the kids clean for a whole period. The work they give you is below the states standerds. My friend graduated here and tried to apply for MSU and they turned her down and told her she had to get a GED and take basics just to apply again.
This is the second year that my children have gone to BBCS, and the turn around - especially in my youngest - has been profound. My 8 year old is a typical boy; fidgety, a little careless, but he's a smart kid who will get an education wherever he goes. With the guidance of BBCS, he has progressed both in his strengths and his weaknesses, as well as improving his work habits. My little one was very asocial when he started at BICS - ASD, a little aggressive, not the best listener in the world... his teacher is a gem. I am less concerned about academics; he knew his numbers and letters before starting PreK. Now he can follow directions and be part of a group and he is almost never aggressive (although he still plays rough and tumble, he doesn't hit others). He is becoming more KIND. AND he's still on grade level in curriculum, etc.. Suffice to say, BBCS is not for everyone. They have some rules that make me pull my hair out sometimes, and the principal makes me crazy sometimes with her typos... but the heart is there, in the principal and in the teachers, and academic product is at least as good as the average public school curriculum.