We are Christian. We unashamedly commit to the authority, and the inspiration of the Scriptures. Every subject is taught in light of the gospel message of Jesus Christ. We will integrate these truths into every aspect of life.
We are family. We know true learning happens in the context of genuine relationships. From administration to faculty to students to parents, we are a family.
We are learners. We prepare students for an ever-changing world by cultivating reflection, reasoning, debate, and idea creation.
We are academic. We celebrate curricular experiences that provide depth and breadth of learning. We believe academic rigor fosters the discipline and accountability needed to prepare our students for life beyond BCS.
A tour is an excellent way to personalize your visit BCS. You will have the opportunity to see our campus, meet our faculty and staff, and observe our students. Tours typically last 30-45 minutes and provide an excellent opportunity to get more information about Bethesda. Schedule one today!
Indiana Department of Education
Advanced Placement Achievement Award
BCS was one of only 70 high schools in Indiana to be recognized by the Indiana Department of Education with an Advanced Placement (AP) Achievement Award for “significant achievement in AP student access and success,” specifically for meeting or exceeding the goal of 25% of all graduates earning a 3 or higher on an AP exam.
College Scholarships Awarded
The graduating class of 2019 will be awarded on average $41,967 towards their college tuition
The following is a list of colleges attended by our recent (past three years) graduates:Anderson University, Ball State, Butler University, Bryce College, Cedarville University, Grace College, Indiana University, IUPUI, Liberty University, Marian University, Messiah College, Moody Bible Institute, Purdue University, Taylor University, Trinity University, University of Southern Indiana, Wittenberg University.
National Honor Society
BCS is affiliated with the National Honor Society and maintains an active chapter, “recognizing and promoting the important qualities of scholarship, service, leadership, and character in students.”
Visual Arts at Bethesda Christian School are offered for all students in grades K-12. The program encourages elementary students to use their medium of art as a form of worship for our Lord. We believe that the arts were created by God for our enjoyment, to praise and glorify Him, and reflect His beauty.
Elementary Fine Arts:
The Elementary Visual Arts program introduces the building blocks of art and design. Students will start to recognize elements and principles within art compositions. The art compositions presented in class will come from a variety of cultures and artists. Each project is centered in a Biblical application with a discussion on any “World View” influence. Students will produce projects in pencil, color pencil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, paper sculpture, mixed media and clay. Each year students can create an “Art To Remember” keepsake that can be reproduced on a catalog item. Our school has annual Art Show that highlights our students artistic express and celebrate how God has gifted our little artist.
Junior High and High School Fine Arts:
The Middle School and High School Visual Arts program utilizes the student’s knowledge of elements and principles by critiquing art compositions. Students will engage in an artistic vocabulary about the merits of a variety of artwork. The critique process will increase their ability to judge their own work. The artwork presented will come from a variety of artists, styles and mediums. Projects are selected to encourage a Biblical world view. Students will produce projects in pencil, color pencil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, paper sculpture, wire, mixed media and clay. Students are continuing to develop their artist techniques and self-expression. Student are encouraged to share their gifts God has given them through a variety of venues; Hendricks County Art Council Contest, Annual Bethesda Art Show, Congressional Art Competition and the Hendricks County fair. Student are discovering the importance of Art History and how relates to world with investigation of different cultures, and eras. They learn to appreciate a variety of famous Artist ‘s artworks and personally begin to explore and develop their own Artist expression.
AP Studio Art
AP Studio Art allows students the opportunity to build an art portfolio and aids in practical experience for future art related fields. AP Studio Art also provides Upper School students preparations for the college admissions process and promotes high quality work and growth through artistic investigation. This class will visit The IMA at the end of portfolios submission.
Bethesda Athletics Participates in the IHSAA and the PAAC (Pioneer Academic Athletic Conference).
Bethesda Athletics has joined the IHSAA and the PAAC to push our athletic programs to the next level. The IHSAA is the largest Athletic Association in Indiana and is the gold standard of all High School Athletics in Indiana. The PAAC is a competitive conference of central Indiana High Schools.
On behalf of the pastors, faculty and Steering Committee, I want to thank you for your interest in Bethesda Christian Schools.
Our mission is to see each of our students rooted in the Scriptures, to learn to build healthy relationships, to experience rigorous and challenging classes, and be prepared and equipped for the world they will be stepping into once they graduate.
Each member of our team - from Pre-K to high school - is passionately committed to this mission.
What makes all of this possible is the family atmosphere you will experience once you step onto our campus.
Bethesda Christian Schools is a family built on the grace of God that seeks to make much of Jesus Christ every single day.