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Frequently Asked Questions

Berean Baptist Academy exists to partner with parents to foster responsible citizenship, academic scholarship, and servant leadership - all for the glory of God. To learn more about our mission, vision, and values, go here.
Berean is accredited regionally by Cognia and nationally by the Association of Christian Schools International. Find out more information on our Accreditation page (click here).
Teachers (K-12) are certified by ACSI and are responsible to maintain ongoing professional learning for certification.
Berean’s curriculum aligns with the North Carolina State Competencies. Primary publishers include Bob Jones Press and Abeka Publishing.
Technology is integrated into all classrooms, both by the teacher and the student. Each student in K5-8th will be assigned a Chromebook while high school students bring their own device. We use Schoology as the primary Learning Management System (LMS) for grades and coursework. 
We operate with a concentrated effort on campus safety and security. This involves visitor screening, emergency drills, secure classrooms, security cameras, and a school resource officer.
After taking a tour, families must submit an online application and submit the necessary paperwork. Students must take a placement test, and families must meet with a member of the administration for a prospective family interview. Visit our Admissions site (click here) for additional information.
Preschool ratio averages 1:15, and the Kindergarten ratio is 1:16. Grades 1-12 average a ratio of 1:20.
Admissions is offered for Preschool (K3 & K4), Elementary (K5-4th), Middle School (5th-6th), Junior High School (7th-8th) and High School (9th-12th).
Sports currently include grades 5-12 in cross country, volleyball, soccer, basketball, cheerleading, baseball, and golf. Plans are underway to expand the sports program in the next two years. 
Berean offers hot lunch every day with additional food options.
Visit our Alumni Wall in the upper school building. Students who graduate from BBA fulfill the state requirements for state schools. One hundred percent of our students who apply for college are accepted.
Berean does operate with a dress code. Visit our Resources page for departmental guidelines. 
Extended care begins at 6:00am and goes through 6:00pm.
Berean utilizes the Iowa Basic Skills Test each Spring. 
If you have another question that isn't listed here, please call the school or complete an Inquiry Form (click here).
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