Bergen County Christian Academy
|Bergen County Christian Academy|
|Motto||Becoming Confident Christian Ambassadors|
|Student to teacher ratio||1:11 |
|Color(s)||Royal Blue and White|
Bergen County Christian Academy (BCCA) is a private Christian school in northern New Jersey, located in Hackensack, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. Bergen County Christian Academy was founded in 1973 as Hackensack Christian Schools as a ministry of First Baptist Church of Hackensack. Hackensack Christian was reestablished as Bergen County Christian Academy in 2016. The Academy is members with the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS), Garden State Association of Christian Schools (GSACS) and Metro Christian Athletic Association (MCAA). Bergen County Christian Academy also accept international students through the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP and I-20)
Bergen County Christian Academy offers Co-Ed Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Volleyball. Co-Ed Junior Varsity teams go from grades 5-8, Varsity Boys from grades 9-12, and Varsity Girls from grades 9-12. The Basketball JV team go from grades 5-8 and Varsity team 9-12. BCCA is members with the Metro Christian Athletic Association (MCAA).
Bergen County Christian Academy's programs are designed to enhance learning while meeting spiritual, moral, emotional, and social needs of each student.
BCCA students have consistently won many top awards competing in statewide competitions in academics, music, and arts.
Bergen County Christian Academy offers multiple instrumental lessons, through the BCCA Conservatory, which include private piano, guitar, drums, multiple woodwind, and vocal lessons to students who wish to learn how to play these instruments.
As well as doing well in fine arts, many students go to great colleges and universities. Some institutions where BCCA graduates have attended are: Berklee College of Music (Boston), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), New York University (NYU), Liberty University, Cedarville University, and many more.
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