Our Vision

Baldwin Christian School students will be:

  1. Challenged by a rigorous, classical curriculum.
  2. Equipped to impact the culture in which they live for the cause of Christ.
  3. Able to articulate and defend their beliefs and to accurately evaluate other viewpoints.
  4. Inspired to become lifelong learners, continually and eternally dependent on the Word of God.

Our Philosophy

Since its establishment in 1917 BCS has provided an academically challenging and Bible-based education. We teach subjects as part of an integrated whole, with the Scriptures at the center. Parents have a Biblical mandate to bring up their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord (Gen. 18:19, Deut. 6:4-7; Eph. 6:4). In keeping with that mandate, we believe that a child’s education is first and foremost the responsibility of the parents; therefore, BCS strives to operate as a servant to the family.

Our Mission

The mission of Baldwin Christian School is to prepare every child to take an active role in God's world by trusting in God and serving his or her fellow man.



 Statement of Purpose

 The primary purpose of Baldwin Christian School is to operate a school to provide a Christ-centered and classical education which emphasizes academic excellence. 

The philosophy and content of education at Baldwin Christian School are founded upon the principle that it is necessary to remain faithful and obedient to the truth of God as revealed in the Scriptures. Baldwin Christian School attempts to operate as an extension of the family, recognizing the God-given responsibility and authority of parents to educate their children. At all its levels, programs and teachings, Baldwin Christian School seeks to: 

1. Teach all subjects as parts of an integrated whole with the Scripture at the center

(II Timothy 3:16-17);

2. Provide a clear model of Christian life through its faculty, staff, and Board of Directors;

3. Encourage every child to begin and develop his relationship with God the Father through Jesus Christ;

4. Emphasize grammar, logic, and rhetoric in all subjects;

5. Encourage every student to develop a love for learning and to achieve his academic potential;

6. Provide an orderly atmosphere conducive to attaining these goals.