We, as Christian educators, believe that God has created each child as special and unique individuals; therefore, we recognize these differences and strive to teach toward his/her unique style of learning. Our objective for BCCA’s Student Services Department (SSD) is to offer academic assistance and support to students with learning differences and provide motivation for the reluctant learner. We also serve students with mild, moderate, and significant disabilities (see our Exception Student page).
Academic Assistance and Support Programs and Fees
TIER IV: Alternative Learning Program
Students needing an intensive level of academic support can participate in ALP after meeting appropriate criteria for admission. This daytime pull-out program provides an alternative learning environment with a modified curriculum. Students in this program will receive individualized attention in a one-on-one or small group instruction setting. Progress and goals will be determined by following an ALP Objectives Plan. An Orton-Gillingham approach is used to teach children who struggle with reading how to read more fluently which improves comprehension. Subject areas currently offered through ALP are Reading/Language Arts and Math.
•(4) 45-minute classroom sessions
•Modification Accommodation Plan (MAP)
•Cost: $305.25/month for 10 months – 1 subject
•$437.25/month for 10 months – 2 subjects
TIER III: Resource Room
This service is for a student who has a Modification/Accommodation Plan and requires one-on-one academic supervision and/or assistance outside the mainstream classroom.
•Testing Assistance (extended test time/oral testing)
•Individualized Academic Support (outside the classroom)
•Modification Accommodation Plan
•Cost: $632.50/year (Paid at time of contract)
TIER II: Modification Accommodation Plan
This individualized plan is developed based on the student’s specific needs in the primary classroom and is implemented throughout the school year with the support and assistance of the Student Services Department.
Modification Accommodation Plan for the mainstream classroom
TIER I: Tutoring After School
This is a tutoring program after-school for any student needing additional academic
support. Tutoring is provided by qualified tutors.
For more information on this program, please email Mrs.Harrison.