Thank you for your interest in becoming a Braselton Christian Academy family! We look forward to the opportunity to meet you and your child.
The Admissions process is outlined below which includes a campus tour, application for admissions, parent/student interview, and transfer of student’s records/transcripts. Records, report cards, and transcripts must be provided to Braselton Christian Academy at the time of your application.
Upon acceptance, the following items are needed for your child’s file:
If your child has an active Individual Education Plan (IEP) in the public school system, then he or she is eligible for GSNSP funds (also know as SB 10 funds) that will assist you in private school tuition. Braselton Christian Academy is proud to be an approved school for the GSNSP. Please follow this link for more information and your child’s reward letter and amount:
Please contact us via phone (706-824-9943) or stop by our beautiful campus to tour the facilities and meet with the administration. We welcome anyone who is interested in finding out more about private school education. Call us or visit the Contact page to ask us your questions.
An annual registration fee is required to cover curriculum, testing, and administrative cost. It is currently $600 which is invoiced in February and due by May 15th of each year. A 10% late fee will be added after May 15th and each month thereafter. (June 10%; July 10%; Aug. 10%)
Tuition covers the annual cost of your child’s education. Our annual budget allows for the cost of tuition to be paid in multiple options with most choosing to make monthly payments. (July-June) A late payment fee of $75 will be applied to the account for all payments after the 5th of each month. All account balances must be kept current in order for students to participate in any and all school activities.
is to create a loving, nurturing and inspiring atmosphere in a Christian learning environment.
The goal of BCA is to develop students into mature, spiritual individuals who will:
Respect School Property
All students are required to respect school property. All students will be required to assist in keeping the campus clean. Eating and drinking is only allowed under the supervision of a teacher. This policy is in effect before, during, and after school. Destruction of school property will not be tolerated.
Fire and tornado drills are conducted periodically to ensure the safety of everyone in case of an emergency. The front entrances of the building are locked except during drop-off hours. Any safety issues should be reported immediately to an administrator including an issue that involves bullying.
Braselton Christian Academy strives to develop a child’s spiritual growth and character development. The study will focus on building self-assurance, morals, and character, and relating stories of principals that will enhance the rest of our academic program. Bible study is taught in an enthusiastic manner and is designed to be a joyful, upbeat experience. Chapel is held weekly. Everyone is invited to attend this important activity.