"My wife and I have chosen to educate our children at Bethany because of its strong track record of academic excellence in preparing students for success in college."
— Yatin J. Patel, MD MBA
Bethany provides a warm, engaging setting for 4th and 5th-grade students to explore learning through projects, teamwork, and discussion. Small class sizes (16-20 students with one teacher) allows each student to receive the personal attention needed to thrive. Teachers work daily to build community and help students grow in their faith.
Students ease into the challenge of higher level academics with a cozy community in two 6th grade classrooms while 7th and 8th graders change classrooms for each subject. Chapel programs, bible classes and prayer together assist middle school teachers and students in building a school culture based on respectful relationships.
Academic challenge, spiritual discovery, and the thrill of achievement in theater, sports, music, and art are the hallmarks of a Bethany high school education. Our students aim high and experience great success as they receive an education that prepares them for college and beyond.
Teachers are at the heart of our Christ-centered school. Working in partnership with church and home to nurture youth in Christian faith, Bethany provides students with Christian adult mentors other than their parents and plans activities to help students grow in faith and develop friendships that can last a lifetime.
With a strong emphasis on participation, Bethany seeks to provide opportunities for anyone desiring to participate in the arts and in sports, regardless of skill level while maintaining a competitive balance. Students can participate in speech and debate, chess, theater and performing arts groups, and assist in chapels.
Students in grades 3-5 who are planning to attend Bethany or just want to explore that option, should consider joining this club. Children can make friends with future classmates and begin to have their own fun experiences at Bethany. Participants are welcome to attend when they can and to bring friends and guests.