I attended B.I.C. from K5 to 8th grade, and to be honest they have some flaws in their teaching style, and they in other places they don't. My mom wanted my sister and I to attend a school with more extracurricular activities, thats we didn't attend their highschool. Overall I can say that my experience was great up until 5th grade. I don't like it that they have 2 or more grade levels in one class together, when I was in 5th, they had 3rd 4th and 5th graders in the same class together. Thats just not a good idea we all the kids were basically taught the same thing. And to close they have alot of favoritism with students they take a liking to.
Believers in Christ is a very good school. I attend there from k3-12 grade. I feel there is no better schools to have your child attend. Their teachers are caring they go beyond the regular school hours to help any child in need. They try to work with you for any situation you are in and that my be preventing you from being great. They have many classes that hold your interest other then the regular curriculum; they have art, computer, and about three foreign language classes. They make sure you understand the information before they move you. So when you do switch schools, you can be well prepared. When I left B.I.C for college I was ready, when teachers started talking about what books needed to be read for their classes, I had already read some attending B.I.C. I feel anyone that does not like the school has some personal problem with someone that might work their, but it probably has nothing to do with the teaching style. If you leave B.I.C and find yourself behind at other schools, you my not have been doing what you were suppose to when you went there.
I currently attend B.I.C. and it's not the best school that I would recommend, but yet it's not the worst. The teachers care about you, and treat you like you're their own, but the academic program is very low, comparing from a better school, in which i previously attended--> Golda Meir is an excellent school<--but like i was saying, alot of the things that i learn specifically in math are self taught, but please dont misunderstand me, if you ask for help, the teacher will break everything down in the best way. Believers In Christ has very little extra curricular activities. There's 1 extra curricular class-computers. So far, computer class has came to be useless, but is planned to better since we're only in our 1st quarter. Most parents like mine would considered B.I.C. a great school, but now alot of parents are realizing that it's not. i forgot to add:Theyaresomuchstuckongettingusaboveourlevelsomestudentsknowthingsthat9thgradersarelearningbutdontevenknowthe7thor8thgrademath.Imsorryifpeopledisagreewithme,butimtalkingfromeperience