Why is Community so Important?
At BAIS, something consistently mentioned by our graduating seniors is their appreciation for the connections and strong sense of community they’ve felt during their time with us. While community can look differently for many of us, one central factor remains at the core: Christ. We can identify our sense of belonging to an institution through sports, academics, clubs, or even time spent with friends after school. However, the fact that Christ unites us all, in purpose and in truth, shows that BAIS is more than a school. It is a place where students, parents, and teachers experience true community.
Mr. Julian and I have had the privilege of speaking with our incredible 12th grade students this week as we conducted their “senior exit interviews.” These interviews are a tradition at BAIS where our 12th grade students (seniors) have the opportunity to share about their experiences as a BAIS student. We listened to them tell about how they’ve achieved our four expected student outcomes: Biblical Application, Active Living and Learning, Innovative and Informed Thinking, and Social Responsibility. Highlights, recommendations, and stories of growth were also shared by each one.
Each student shared in one way or another how important community and care are here at BAIS, and that it should never change. Year after year, students cultivate lasting relationships with one another and with our teachers. As a result, we recognize that true achievement and growth happen when students feel safe, supported, and understood. And, from the mouths of our “almost alumni”, this is something they will always carry with them.
Thank you for being a part of our community. We’re glad you’re here.
We cannot wait for your child to join us next year! You will receive an invitation to fill out a form in your email today to help us know whether or not we should reserve a seat for your child during our enrichment program in the afternoons (or you can click on the link here to fill it out). Thank you for taking the time to let us know and if you have any questions or would like more information, then please contact our office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All our UC-Honors and UC-Approved Programs can be taken with or without tutor support from Elite (with different tuition schemes). We offer these programs during the summer (with a tutor from Elite) in a 4-week program. The amount of meetings and days depends on the length of the program but range from three to five days a week for a total of 20 and 40 hours of tutoring class.
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You’ve grasped an important scientific theory, concept, or principle. Now can you share your insight? Take part in the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, create a short video (one minute and thirty seconds max) to explain a big idea in one of these fields:
Your film can take any form you like: animation, talking head, documentary, dramatic reconstruction, whatever. It’s worth keeping in mind that video is a dynamic visual medium – using diagrams, simulations, physical demonstrations etc. is a lot more effective than standing in front of a blackboard talking. Full details here www.breakthroughjuniorchallenge.org
Congratulations to Jordan Prince (grade 3) on making it to the final round of the Pangea Math World Olympiad. The final will be held on Sunday, May 22, 2022.
Let’s Pray for his final round.
All Glory for God’s Glory.