Bucharest Christian Academy

Bucharest Christian Academy is a private non-denominational school founded in Romania to educate missionary’s children, and serves business and diplomatic families. The American curriculum is taught in English. Quality, Christ-centered academic instruction and extra-curricular activities.

Our History

BCA was founded for the purpose of educating the children of missionaries, while also serving business and diplomatic families in Bucharest.

Over the past 20 years, BCA has grown to an annual average of 75 students from countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, and North and South America

Our Mission

BCA provides a Christ-centered quality education primarily serving missionary and Christian expatriate families. Additionally, BCA seeks to serve other international students and students from the Romanian community. BCA prepares students spiritually, academically, and socially, through a Biblical worldview, to face the challenges of living in today’s world.

Our Values

BCA students will be equipped spiritually, academically and socially to influence the world through Biblical thought, character, and action.

What We Do

BCA students regularly experience God’s love through daily class devotions, weekly chapel services, Bible reading, and interaction with a loving community of believers.

BCA students strive to know, love, and serve God and share their understanding of God with others. Students will grow in character by demonstrating wise choices in actions, words, and deeds (body, mind, and spirit) and are involved in a local Christian community.
BCA students develop verbal, written and effective technological skills for communication.
Students think and apply knowledge through skills in critical thinking, research, analysis, investigation, and drawing conclusions. Students achieve and display competencies that enable them to pursue academic goals and career choices.

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