I left Bethel Assembly Christian Academy because the school is academically held back. When I atended the school in elementary school the learning sysetm was top notch but in middle through high school the students are set for failure if they want to attend college because their educational resources are from Christian perspective organizations which nothing is wrong about that but it doesn't contain the essentials of learning sources you'll need for college. The school is focused on God which was the only great thing about the school and most of the teachers there are not liscenced for teaching. The school is not a preporatory school for college and future careers and I'm sorry if I offended any one but the truth needs to be told.
Bethel Assembly Christian Academy is a private high school in Windsor. The principal of Bethel Assembly Christian Academy is Chris Howerton, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 144 children attend Bethel Assembly Christian Academy and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. Bertie Stem High is one of the nearest high schools.
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I have a child attending and had one graduate and my children have done very well at BACA.
I am a mother of two of BACA's students. I was greatly pleased with this past school year. The teachers were very helpfula and always willing to go the extra mile to communicate with me. I hope my children can always go there.
I ma a student at Bethel Assembly Christian Academy and I am in the eleventh grade. For the most part the school is alright but there are some teachers taht have no busness out there teaching us out there. We have so very silly rules. Most of the teachers out there know what they are doing but there is alot of them that do not.