2015 Bethel Christian School

2015 Bethel Christian School

Since 1981, Bethel Christian School has invested in the lives of children in the Gibson County area. BCS offers a strong academic program taught from a Christian worldview. The children learn in a loving and stimulating environment. We are grateful to have a newly updated computer lab and a program for students who need some additional scholastic help.

Please contact Mrs. Warner in the school office at 812-386-1263 for additional information or stop by the office to pick up an enrollment packet.

General Policy Statement

At Bethel Christian School we believe that God has placed the FULL responsibility for raising a child in the hands of the parents and that God has called us to do all that is in our power to train up our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.

Bethel Christian School exists to aid you in fulfilling your responsibility. We CANNOT fulfill your responsibility for you! We believe that the sacrifice on your part to provide your child with a quality education is worth every ounce of extra commitment.

  1. Pray daily for your child.
  2. Stay abreast of your child’s academic and school activities at all times.
  3. Handle any problems between school and parents discretely.

We view our TEACHERS as MISSIONARIES whose first desire is to serve the Lord! Your words of assurance and encouragement throughout the year are priceless!

Finally, we would appreciate your financial and volunteer help. Tuition does not cover the full cost of educating your child. Give to BCS when you can and enjoy the benefit of tax exemption.

Please visit or call for more information:

A Ministry of Bethel Memorial Church
1520 S. Main Street
Princeton, IN 47670
email: bethelchristianschool@bethelmemorial.org

General Financial Statement


  • $50.00 deposit fee must be paid by April 30th
  • $50.00 late-registration fee will be assessed after April 30th
  • A $20.00 non-refundable testing fee will be charged for all new families entering the school
    (This fee will be deducted from the $50.00 deposit fee if the student is enrolled.)
  • The following ANNUAL tuition rates include the deposit fee. The following MONTHLY tuition rates do NOT include the deposit fee.

Annual & Monthly Tuition Chart

All full day students (including full day Kindergarten) – $2630.00 annual tuition [NOTE: A discount is given on the 2nd & 3rd child (if full-time students) and there is a flat $500 tuition charge for the 4th child (if a full-time student), but there is no discount for a 2nd, 3rd, 4th or more child who is enrolled in 1/2 day Kindergarten.]

½ day Kindergarten – $2110.00 annual tuition

K = ½ day Kindergarten
S = Full day students (Full day Kindergarten through 8th Grade)

Student Combination K-3 (2 – 1/2 days) Annual Tuition ($) 880.00 Monthly Payment ($) 83.00
1K (5 – 1/2 days) 2110.00 206.00
1S 2630.00 258.00
2S 4790.00 474.00
3S 6700.00 665.00
4S 7200.00 715.00
1S & 1K 4580.00 453.00
2S & 1K 6710.00 666.00
3S & 1K 7230.00 718.00


OUR PURPOSE is to help parents with their biblical responsibility to teach their children.

OUR GOAL as a staff and administration is to center education around the Scriptures and the person of Jesus Christ.

OUR PRAYER is for each student to be known for his or her positive Christian testimony wherever they may be.


  • A Beka Curriculum is Used
  • Character Building Emphasized
  • Intensive Phonics Mastered
  • Excellence Encouraged
  • Sports Offered
  • Patriotism Affirmed
  • Traditional Teaching
  • Spiritual Values Stressed
  • Computer Lab


These kindergarteners must be 3 years of age by August 1 and must be self-sufficient in the restroom. This is a half day program which is offered two days/week. The kindergarteners meet from 8:15 AM through 12:00 PM.


These kindergarteners must be either 4 or 5 years of age by August 1. They may attend either a half day or full day program. The kindergarteners meet from 8:15 AM through 12:00 PM while the extended day continues through 3:15 PM. Special attention is given to the learning of phonics, basic math concepts, reading, writing, and science. Bible lessons are taught and verses are memorized. The classes enjoy art, music, sharing, and playtime.


First through sixth grades continue with a strong emphasis on phonics and reading. Penmanship, spelling, math, history, science, health, language, art, music, and physical education complete the core curriculum. The Bible is taught four days a week with a chapel program on each Friday.


In the junior high an effort is made to give the best possible preparation for high school. Character training is a daily goal. Students are encouraged to take responsibility and to work independently. Basketball, volleyball, and cheerleading are offered as extra curricular activities. Bible, English, math, science, and history are taught each day.