Founded in 1971 and accredited through both the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Kentucky Board of Education, Beth Haven Christian School has a heritage of preparing students for a lifetime of success. Students of Beth Haven Christian School benefit from solid academic training within a “home away from home” environment. Moreover, to BHCS faculty, teaching is more than a job; with an average of more than ten years of teaching experience, faculty members assist students in discovering their potential and finding clarity of purpose as they seek to accomplish the Lord’s will in their lives.

Beth Haven Christian School is committed to instilling Christian character in each student; as a result of this commitment, thousands of lives have been impacted for over four decades. We serve Pre-K through high school students with a tradition of providing exemplary private school education with a distinctively Christian worldview. Over ninety-five percent of Beth Haven Christian’s high school graduates are college-bound.

Kindergarten and Elementary Academics

The elementary divisions utilize a combination of A Beka Book and ACSI curricula, which are biblically based and consistently produce scores above national averages on standardized testing.

Kindergarten students learn to read at age five through the A Beka phonics curriculum, and begin laying the foundation for a strong future academic program. Kindergarten students begin developing age-appropriate computer skills for readiness in the computer age; they also receive instruction in foreign language, art, and physical education.

To bolster a solid and challenging academic program, elementary students receive weekly reinforcement of classroom material. Additionally, students are afforded opportunities for development and enrichment in the areas of library science, music, and character training to foster the development of a well-rounded child.

Middle School Academics

All students in grades six through eight engage in a rigorous academic program with honors-level instruction in English, math, Bible, science, and history.

Activity/elective courses include drama, speech, art, Spanish, Sign Language, and computer applications.

High School Academics

Academics6Students in grades nine through twelve receive an honors-level, college-preparatory education which fulfills the requirements established by Kentucky law to qualify for a pre-college high school diploma.

Our fully accredited high school program allows students to earn college scholarship funds based on yearly grade-point averages for each year of high school, through the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) program. A diploma earned through Beth Haven Christian School is accepted by all colleges and universities nationwide. In addition to the challenging track of core classes, Junior and Senior students have the opportunity to earn college credit by enrolling in Advanced Placement courses and/or the dual enrollment program with Jefferson Community College. Qualifying Senior students may also choose to participate in the School-to-Work program offered through UPS. A variety of available electives are designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population.

 Posted on : September 12, 2013 - Last updated on Sep 13, 2013