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High School Program

Our High School Program maximizes parental involvement for students through personalized learning that is rigorous, adaptive, and motivating to produce college and vocational readiness and offers offers an accredited diploma.

Four Year Plan

Families receive guidance when creating a  4-year personalized learning education plan. Parents implement the plan at home and/or in the community and BCA provides support.

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High School students  receive support from from an Educational Coach, Curriculum Coordinators, Subject Area Specialists, Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Growth Team and the College Career & Wellness Center.

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Bridge Classes

BCA offers on-campus classes that students may take, either as supplemental to a curriculum, or for additional credit. Our offerings include science labs, writing concepts, and social studies.

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Academy Base Camp & Academy Timberline 

During the students cohort day, they will either attend Academy Base Camp (9th-10th grade) or Academy Timberline (11th-12th grade). This is a time to build community while learning career related skills and developing purpose and direction in life.

Dual Credit

Dual Credit is an academic option for students who want to take community college classes (at Lane Community College or Central Oregon Community College).



High School students have access to an $800 allotment to assist with educational purchases (enrichment classes, curriculum, extracurriculars, tutors, supplemental  materials, etc.).

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College, Career & Wellness Center

Our CCWC assists with academic guidance, career exploration, resumes, interviews,  college prep, internships, social, emotional, behavioral or academic issues. Learn more >


Parent Child/Sibling Childcare

BCA offers childcare services for siblings of enrolled students for 2 years - pre-k. Parents who use the childcare are required to remain on campus. 

High School Program Requirements for the 23/24 School Year:

  • Academy Base Camp or Academy Timberline attendance

  • Review the Weekly Email (sent every Friday at 3pm)

  • 1:1 Zoom meeting with Educational Coach (EC) every week (30min)

  • Planned Course of Study (developed in partnership with the Subject Area Specialists)

  • Daily instruction based on Planned Course of Study

  • Turn Assignments in On Time According to Course Syllabi

  • Daily Attendance Check-ins

  • Personal Growth Project or Purpose and Direction Project (as part of Academy Base Camp or Academy Timberline)

  • State Testing (11th grade only)

  • Local Performance Assessment (LPA) & i-Ready Testing (3x a year until HS-level proficiency)

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