Operation Christmas Child
Each year, all students are invited to pack shoeboxes for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child outreach program. Every year the 8th grade class travels to a processing center to serve at Operation Christmas Child. Our students participate in worldwide outreach efforts.
Lower Campus Chapel meets on Wednesday each week, and Upper Campus Chapel meets on Thursdays. Student-led worship teams open chapels with prayer and worship music. Local pastors and missionaries share a message with the students. At the Lower Campus, once a month the students meet as Prayer Buddies, when middle school students lead younger students in prayer and faith building activities. At the Upper Campus, monthly symposium speakers discuss how their faith impacts their vocations.
BRCS is not affiliated with a particular church or denomination. Each year, over 60 different local congregations are represented within our school community. We focus on the core Biblical truths as outlined in our Statement of Faith and celebrate our unity as the body of Christ.
The Importance of Christian Education
Christian school education develops student skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking but it also integrates spiritual formation into the intellectual development of each student. Read more…
Race & Serve for Education
Our annual Race and Serve for Education is not just a fundraiser but also an opportunity for the students to serve their local community. Throughout the day, BRCS students serve the community at various locations, including the Town of Dayton, Bridgewater Retirement Home, Bridgewater Rescue Squad, Dayton Heritage Museum, The Sadie Rose Foundation, Gift and Thrift, Crosskeys Equine Therapy, and Hope Distributed Food Bank.