At The Bear Creek School, we provide a challenging academic curriculum taught from a Christian worldview. Our graduates qualify for acceptance into the finest colleges and universities, and are prepared to engage the world with wisdom, compassion, and courage. Preschool - Grade 12
Explore how a challenging Christian Liberal Arts education develops student leaders through integrated instruction in STEM, the Arts and the Humanities.
Experience how a Christian worldview prepares student minds and hearts to understand and to engage the world with wisdom, compassion, and courage.
Learn from teachers who view education as their vocation, not just their job, challenging students’ minds and nurturing their hearts, while building relationships that last well beyond graduation.
Forge lifelong connections in an inclusive, caring environment.
69% of faculty hold advanced degrees
Average class size of 16
2.2 million in tuition assistance
Monthly field trips in grades K-6
12 Servant Leadership Clubs
13 Advanced Placement courses offered
75 JanTerm classes
34 annual drama and musical performances
75% of Upper School students participate in sports
4 school libraries
The Bear Creek School is a nationally recognized leader in providing a classical Christian liberal arts education. Bear Creek’s college preparatory academics include honors and Advanced Placement courses taught in small classes by dedicated teachers in a supportive Christian community.
"The curriculum builds upon blocks of quality and character that start in Preschool and continue all the way through Upper School. It’s so intentional, and we couldn’t be more impressed."Parent, Shannon M.
"Teachers capture students’ hearts and they capture their minds. They are able to really teach them and to create an attitude that’s positive around learning. Students love being here.”
Parent, Megan R.
“When my daughter walks down the hallway, every adult and every faculty member knows her name. They see her and they know her, and as a parent that is invaluable.”
Parent, Jill B.
"Getting their brains to exist in more than one classroom at a time so students make connections across subjects in a way that binds subjects together into a biblical worldview—that’s the classical method.”
Teacher, Kyle D.
“Bear Creek students learn to think through big ideas, to make appropriate moral judgments, and to understand the world at large.”
Teacher, Robert S.
There is always something going on at Bear Creek! Additional events and activities may be viewed in the calendar or in the latest issue of our weekly Bear Facts e-news.