Welcome to Bloomsburg Christian School

For the past 40 years it has been the privilege of Calvary Baptist Church to provide the education at Bloomsburg Christian School as a service to parents who share our vision for Christian Education.

Our goal has been not only to train students with academic knowledge, but also to form character around the glory of Jesus Christ.

We encourage you to consider our mission, values and policies to determine if we share common goals for the education of children.

Students in the News
“In Our Schools” – Nov. 7, 2013
History Biographies
Pictured – Front left to right: Evan Fluke (Benjamin Franklin), Raymond Vreeland (George Washington). Back l-r: Amber Heath (Pocahontas), Trevor Leatherman (Meriwether Lewis, and Ryan Fluke (Laura Ingalls Wilder).
Miss Schweitzer’s class each read a biography during the month of October and then completed a written report. They visited the residents at Balanced Care nursing home where they dressed up as their character, shared who they read about, why they were famous and something they learned about their person. They sang several hymns and quoted Isaiah 53.
“In Our Schools” – October 31, 2013
Crayola Experience
Pictured - Some of our elementary students, teachers, and parents.
First through sixth graders took a trip to the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA. The day included a demonstration of how crayons are manufactured and a science lesson about the ingredients in crayons. The students also were able to participate in many fun and unique art activities.
“In Our Schools” – October 10, 2013
Young Keyboarders
Pictured on the left front to back: Trevor Leatherman, Ryan Fluke, Amber Heath
Right front to back: Micah Valiente, Chase Leatherman, Jayson Rowlands, Lyndzey Hostetter, and Josiah Stouffer

Some of Mrs. Miller’s Elementary Keyboarding class are busy learning their ‘Home Row” and where to position their fingers to type properly.


“In Our Schools” – May 9, 2013

What Drama!

Pictured is Mrs. Anita Kline’s Drama class after presenting Twisted Tales, that she wrote and directed. The play took us through a high school student’s “dream” before having to take a Literature test. The twisted tales came from some of the greats: Shakespeare, Suess, S. Morgenstern, and even Poe. It was a delightful evening and all the students did a wonderful job!



“In Our Schools” – October 24, 2013
Shake Out
Pictured - Some of our 6th graders (front): Heaven Renninger, (middle left to right)-Tabby Rowlands and Bruce Leatherman, (back l-r): Brian Acker and Gabrielle Smith under their desks.
At 10:17 a.m. on Oct. 17th, BCS and thousands of people participated in the Great NorthEast ShakeOut, the region’s largest earthquake drill ever! All faith-based organizations were encouraged to participate in the drill to “Drop, Cover, and Hold On”. This was a chance to practice how to protect ourselves and become prepared to prevent a major earthquake from becoming a catastrophe when there may only be seconds to protect ourselves in an earthquake before strong shaking knocks us down, or something falls on us. Millions of people have participated in these drills since 2008 which are held on the third Thursday of October each year.








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 The Press Enterprise (local newspaper) weekly publishes photos and articles from various schools in the area.
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 “Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom"
~ Thomas Jefferson

Pursuing Wisdom

Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, and liftest up thy voice for understanding; If thou seekest her as silver and searchest for her as for hid treasures; then shalt thou understand the fear of the LORD, and find the knowledge of God.
~Proverbs 2:3-5