Welcome from Admissions
Bay Area Christian School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. Each student is granted the same rights and privileges, allowing all the same opportunity to enlist in any program or activity, including educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, athletics, and other school administered programs.
Thank you for your interest in Bay Area Christian School. We are accredited for academic excellence and have been serving kindergarten through 12th grade students in the Bay Area with Christian values and leadership for over 50 years. It is our joy to have a school ministry that provides quality education and Christian education. Our entire school staff is dedicated to helping each child reach his/her greatest God-given potential. We believe that well-educated Christian youth will have a great influence on our future communities and nation. It is our prayer that these young people will not only learn how to be successful in this world, but will come to know Jesus personally and experience the joy of serving Him. Bay Area Christian School prepares students for college and offers extracurricular activities including competitive music and sports! As you walk through the process of choosing the school that is right for your family, please know that we will answer any of your questions and assist in any way possible. For questions regarding the enrollment process, please contact our school office at 281.332.4814 or email me at .
It’s a great day to be a Bronco!
Applying is simple using our online application. You will find step-by-step instructions about the application process at Bay Area Christian School.
Students will be admitted in the following order of priority:
- Currently enrolled students/re-enrollment paid by February 28th
- Bay Area Christian School or Bay Area Church staff members
- Sibling of currently enrolled student(s)
- Bay Area Church member families
- New students on a first come, first serve basis of paid registration fees after admissions approval. Students placed on the waiting list for one year have priority over applicants for the following school year.