Big Valley Christian School
At Big Valley Christian School, we believe that a dynamic educational foundation sets the tone for a child’s lifelong learning process. To that end, BVCS provides a nurturing, Christ-centered environment in which elementary students can grow and develop into children who love to learn and discover. It is a privilege to partner with parents in our mission to provide educational excellence.
In addition to the curriculum, which meets or exceeds California state standards, BVCS provides numerous activities and opportunities for students to develop their God-given gifts and talents. Students are taught biblical truth as God’s word is integrated into each area of study.
The atmosphere on campus is characterized by a blending of love, acceptance and high standards for both conducts and academic achievement.
Core Instructional Program
Students in kindergarten through sixth grade are instructed in the following subject areas:
Music Appreciation (K-2nd)
Band, Choir (4th – 6th)
Accelerated Reader and Accelerated Math allow for individualized pacing in those subject areas.
Spacious classrooms situated in two buildings.
Tech lab, two libraries, music room, multi-purpose room/cafeteria, and gymnasium
Outdoor facilities include two play structures, basketball and foursquare courts, softball field and grassy areas.
All curriculum meets or exceeds state standards as well as being taught through a biblical worldview
Teacher/Parent communication through weekly newsletters
Teachers are available for direct communication via email or conference
Co-Curricular & Educational Opportunities
Quarterly EDventure after school electives
Student Council (1st-6th) plan activities and events
Weekly chapels emphasize character education, worship, and spiritual growth
Mission and outreach projects
Two field trips each year
Music appreciation instruction in kindergarten through second grade, recorders in third grade, choir and band in fourth and fifth grade
Learning centers provide varied academic and instructional experiences
Physical education taught to students in kindergarten- sixth grade
Extended Care program before and after school
6th-grade elective classes