• 2015 BHCS Summer Reading Program


Christian Education Since 1971

Now into its 42nd year, the ministry of Beth Haven Christian School has provided students, K-12, the opportunity to learn and to develop his or her spirit, mind, and body in a uniquely wholesome Christian environment.


Student Life

Christ-Centered Programs

Beth Haven students are provided opportunities to enrich their Christian campus experience through participation in performing and visual arts programs throughout the school day, weekly chapel services and extra-curricular activities.



Principled Performance

The Bearcats and Lady Bearcats of Beth Haven have impacted the sports community locally and beyond for over four decades through not only their spirit-filled competition, but with competition filled with the spirit of Jesus Christ.


Child Development Center

More than just a daycare, the Beth Haven Child Development Center has been serving the community for over 25 years by providing safe, nurturing, and high-quality child care.

Conveniently located on the Beth Haven Christian School campus, the center features age appropriate learning for all children, ages 6 weeks to pre-kindergarten.

● State Licensed ● 3C Approved ● First Aid/CPR Certified ● Nutritious, Hot Meals ● Secure Building/Facility ● Open Monday-Friday ● Open 6:00AM – 6:00 PM ●



GoogleMap Beth Haven Christian is located in Southwest Jefferson County just off Dixie Highway with quick access to the Gene Snyder Freeway/Greenbelt Highway.



“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” -John 3:16 KJV


Support BHCS…

Beth Haven Christian School has been blessed through the years from the support provided by student-families, alumni, friends and local businesses through our fundraising activities. If you would like to learn more about the opportunities available to you, click below to learn more today.


Alumni Connection…

I would not be what I am today, by the grace of God, without BHCS. I was given Godly confidence, a direction in life to glorify God first and serve others. — Lloyd Mark Tabor; 1978 Graduate; Owner, Palmetto Enterprise Solutions, Inc.

BHCS was a great place to grow up in. I learned so many things in and out of the classroom that helped me to grow as a person in intelligence and character. BHCS helped me to get where I am today and continues to be a stepping stone to my new goals. God bless. — Joshua Lykins, 2013 Graduate; student, Transylvania University; Mother and Father, 1977 Graduates; Sister, 2002 Graduate


Daily Bread: A Daily Devotion
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Upcoming Events

KHSAA Athletic "Dead Period"

On: June 25, 2015

Description: No School Athletic Activities---
the annual dead period for Kentucky high school athletes and cheerleaders, as mandated by Bylaw 24 of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s official handbook.

The applicable policy — Bylaw 24, Section 3 — stipulates: “Students may not receive coaching or training from school personnel(either salaried or non-salaried) and school facilities, uniforms, nicknames, transportation or equipment shall not be used each year in any KHSAA-sanctioned sport or cheerleading squad during the period beginning with June 25, and going through July 9. School funds may not be expended in support of interscholastic athletics in any KHSAA-sanctioned sport during this period.”