One of the basic reasons why parents enroll their children in a private school is to
Obtain an education grounded in moral values.BethHavenChristianAcademy
Uses the Biblically-based Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum,
Which includes Scripture memory passages and reference to God and Jesus Christ,
All designed to help students develop moral character, a sense of accountability,
And wisdom in their lives.Standards of personal conduct, school policies, and
Curriculum continues to build the students sense of responsibility and integrity.
We have been in existence for over 30 years.We are thankful for what God has
Done over the years, and that you have considered Beth Haven.BHCA has been
Recognized by Accelerated Christian Education for its academic excellence, and
Is accredited by (ACE).Our graduates have gone successfully into the job market,
To college, and the U.S. Military.
BHCA is a ministry of BethHavenBaptistChurch, an Independent,
FundamentalBaptistChurch, founded in 1975 by Senior Pastor, Lamar Tidmore.
The Academy is under the management and direction of the Beth Haven Baptist
Church leadership which consists of Lamar Tidmore, Senior Pastor/Principal;
Tim Smith, Pastor, Academy Administrator; and Donald Pike, Trustee.
Parents wishing to apply for their childs enrollment must attend an interview
With the principal.Older students should attend this meeting with their parents.
Students expelled or dismissed from other schools will generally not be accepted.
Such cases are examined carefully on individual bases by BHCA leadership.
BHCA does not discriminate based on race, color, national or ethnic origin.
While all transfer credits are accepted, students will be diagnostically tested for
Grade/pace level placement.
Immunization records are required for all students accepted.Students who have
Health reasons or religious exemption must have proper documentation.
Except the young, any student who has not accepted Jesus Christ as Saviour
Will not be accepted for admission.
Members of BethHavenBaptistChurch will be given priority over other
Applicants when space is limited.
Neither married persons, divorced persons, nor fathers or mothers of children
Will be accepted as students.
All applicants for re-enrollment will be approved or disapproved at the discretion
A nonrefundable testing and registration fee of $50.00 per student is due at the
Time of enrollment.Tuition for those not members of BethHavenBaptistChurch
Is payable as follows by family:
Four Students free
Payment plan is as follows: $150.00 per month for ten months, starting in August thru May. Ten checks will be written in advance, at the beginning of school. These checks will be dated and deposited by the school at the first of each month. Any returned check will assest a $35.00 return fee.
IF Parents choose to pay in full they will recieve a 10% disacount. There will be a pace charge for each pace purchased for student. Pace's are $3.00 per pace.
BHCA reserves the right to make exceptions to the above financial arrangements
With families on an individual basis.An exception for one does not necessitate an
Exception for any other.
Tuition is nonrefundable when a student is withdrawn after the 10th of the month.
Tuition payment is due the first day of every month.There is a ten day grace
Period for payment, but after the tenth day a $5.00 late charge will be assessed to
That months payment.Failure to make payment can result in student being
Dismissed, without arrangements being made.
Standard of Conduct
Students of BHCA are expected to refrain from talking about or engaging in
Cheating, swearing, smoking, gambling, rock and rap music, public dancing,
Drinking alcoholic beverages, using narcotics, pornography, and fornication.
Students who participate in such activities, in or out of school, are subject to
Suspension.Students are expected to act in an orderly and respectful manner,
Maintaining Biblical standards of social courtesy, moral behavior, acceptable
Language and honesty. Students must agree to strive toward unquestionable
Character in dress, conduct, and attitude.
No staff member is allowed to administer any medicines without parent
Authorization in writing. All medicines must be kept and administered by BHCA
Parent orientation, meetings, and conferences help to promote a good
Understanding between parents or guardians and the BHCA staff. Every parent is
Required to participate in these informative and helpful programs.
BHCA is not a corrective institution; consequently, we ask that a child not be
Enrolled with the idea that he will be reformed. We are here to work with the
Home, but not take the place of parents who are experiencing difficulty. All new
Students are admitted on probation for the first six weeks.
The student must at all times conduct himself in a manner becoming a lady or
Gentleman. Griping or disrespect is not tolerated! If your child does come home
complaining about a policy or discipline, you should follow the procedure below:
1. Give the staff the benefit of the doubt.
2. Realize that your child's reporting is emotionally biased and may not
Include all the information.
3. Realize that the school has reasons for all rules and that they are enforced
4. Support the administration and call the school for all the facts.
It is essential that a quality learning environment be maintained for all students.
Any child, whose attitude or behavior is not in accordance with school policies or
Principles will be placed on probation and parents will be called for a
Conference. If the administration feels the situation has not changed within a
Designated time, parents will be asked to withdraw the child.
BHCA will strive to provide discipline which is firm, consistent, fair, and tempered
With love. Staff members maintain standards of behavior in the LearningCenter
Through incentives, kindness, love and a genuine regard for the student. However,
When disciplinary action becomes necessary, it is firmly carried out, tempered by
Good judgment and understanding. This includes the issuance of demerits which
Can result in loss of privileges, detention after school hours and in some cases the
Use of corporal correction. Parents will be notified in writing of detentions or
Students are reminded that God expects us to be disciplined in all areas of life:
"Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers..." Romans 13:1
"Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves..." Hebrews 13:17
"He is in the way of life that keepeth instruction: but he that refuseth reproof erreth." Proverbs 10:17
"Chasten thy son while there is hope, and let not thy soul spare for his crying." Proverbs 19:18
"Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him." Proverbs 22:15
General Information for Parents and Students
Church Attendance We strongly suggest all parents and students attend the
Church of their choice regularly.
School Attendance - A written excuse signed by a parent or guardian must be
Presented to the supervisor when a student returns to school after an absence. If
The absence is foreseeable, a note should be sent in advance.
Excessive absences will inhibit the student's progress. If, in the opinion of the
Administration, the absences are unnecessary, the student will be considered truant.
Continued unexcused absence will necessitate a conference with parent and
Principal, possibly leading to disciplinary action or suspension.
Students must have written permission to be excused from class early.
A student is considered tardy if he is not in the LearningCenter on time. Continued
Tardiness will necessitate a conference with parent and principal, possibly leading
To disciplinary action or suspension. A written excuse must be received for a tardy
Student to be excused.
Students should be at their office ready to begin the day at 7:45 And be picked
Up promptly at Students must be picked up no later than 3, at the
End of each school day. Students being picked up early must be checked out through the school office.
Homework -The responsibility for scholastic achievement is placed on students.
Most students should not need to take academic work home. The goals set by the
Student and reviewed by the supervisor usually are no more that the student is
Capable of completing during the school day. Should the student not meet his goals?
For that day, he will be required, at the discretion of the supervisor, to complete the
Work at home after school. A homework slip will be given with the prescribed
Homework and should be signed by the parent and returned the following day.