At Bloomfield Christian School, a Christian education means providing courses in Old and New Testament, hermeneutics and apologetics to help children develop a Christian worldview.
BCS strives for scholarly content that will teach each student about the major themes of both Old and New Testament, the basics of the Christian faith, and the knowledge and skills to understand and defend our faith. Such teaching is a good starting point for a truly Christian education, and certainly stands in stark contrast to the government-run schools where any mention of God as the creator and sustainer of life must be suppressed.
Our educational model is set in the context of a Christian worldview, where God has revealed the knowledge of His creation to a series of great men throughout the centuries. All knowledge derives from God, and all subjects are a manifestation of this knowledge as applied to the fields of science, mathematics, languages, and the arts.
Furthermore, God’s Word provides us with instruction on how we are to live our lives through Christ’s example and teachings. A Christian worldview, as presented and applied at BCS, guides behavior as well:
The goals of a Christ-centered education at Bloomfield Christian School are
Bloomfield Christian School’s goals in character development are