Students learn scripture applications and how to apply them
to real life.
Bible knowledge is taught and memory work is a priority so that students can
say: "Your Word have I hid in my heart." Psalm 199:11
Serving others with a grateful heart is encouraged and
Discipleship is demonstrated by staff members who live for
God each day.
Social and Emotional Benefits
CBFCS offers a positive and supportive environment to
students. Although we are not free from difficulties, we do teach and expect students to honor God's
standards as they relate to teachers and classmates.
Character building is emphasized through citizenship, morals
and virtues. We believe that who our students are becoming (character) is just as valuable as what they
Good behavior and self-control is expected and enforced to
maintain a fun, safe and healthy learning environment for all students and staff. There is a code of
conduct for Gr.5-8 students.
Positive relationships are key to academic success.
Student-bonding and mentoring between older and younger students is highly valued, as well as the
relationship between teachers and students, and teachers and parents.
Academic excellence is promoted and encouraged for every
student. Students must attain a minimum of 60% to pass. Students must achieve an average of 85% in all
core subjects (math, science, language arts, social studies and Bible) to be on the honor roll. An average
of 90% or higher is required to receive distinction.
CBFCS has a strong grammar and language arts focus
Small class sizes in multi-grade classrooms are maintained
to offer more one on one teaching between students and teachers.