About This School
In 2010, Blair County Christian School had 9 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Pennsylvania average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Blair County Christian School Reviews
Grandmother of two students
I have two grandchildren now attending BCCS. We are very pleased with the academics. Our older grandchild returned briefly to AASD in First Grade and was almost a year ahead of the class. There was so much interruption in the class room and wanting a Christian based teaching and environment, her parents placed her back at BCCS. The school worked with her to help catch her up with the rest of the class. My other grandchild attends K-5 at BCCS. We are impressed everyday at her reading and writing skills as they develop them. She is so excited about learning-because of how she's being taught. We also enjoy all the patriotic songs and Christian songs that they both sing by heart.
The very worst school in Blair County.
I am very disgusted that this school is allowed to have the name "Christian" in its title. It is the very farthest thing from a Christian school. The faculty and staff are not professional in their interactions with parents or students. The students that graduate from this school are not adequately prepared to enter the college arena or the workforce. This school is failing miserably and I do not forsee it remaining open and operating for much longer.
I am very pleased with the academics of the school. My daughter was in their PK and K5 classes - she started to read in the PK class and was writing in cursive in the K5 class. It wasn't too hard or a struggle to get her to want to go...she loved it. She loves writting like Mommy and reading "big kid" books" with whole sentences.
They do an excellent job of balancing Bible and academics.
I recommend it to anyone looking for a good Christian school which is more than just Christian by name.