Bluff Christian Academy follows the Curriculum & Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) as stipulated by the S.A. Department of Education. Grade 12 matriculants write their National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations at the end of their grade 12 year.
BCA is registered with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Students are taught in classes of about 24 learners with a maximum size of 30 learners per class. Our professional teachers are Christians and conduct their lessons from a Biblical worldview in accordance with our Statement of Faith (as seen in the Vision).
Our grade 12 learners began writing their NSC exams in 2011. We are proud to announce that BCA matric classes have achieved extremely well since then. This exemplary achievement has been recognized each year by the DBE, Umlazi District as well as the Mayor of eThekwini. Well done, BCA grade twelves!
BCA Staff, School Board and Guardian Panel congratulate the Class of 2018 for achieving 100% matric bachelor study pass rate. Pictured above is our principal and HOD receiving the awards for 100% matric pass rate.
From January 2000 to December 2010, Bluff Christian Academy educators and students have used an individualized system of learning as provided by a local supplier of LTSM (ACE). Our grade 12 students were issued a certificate based on continual assessment which allowed them to apply to study at South African Universities. However, the entry requirements for universities in SA have changed. Thus the BCA School Board made the decision to change to the more conventional style of teaching.
Beginning in January 2011, BCA has adopted conventional teaching styles in all our classes. Our class sizes are not large and our professional teachers are born-again, Spirit-filled individuals whose goal it is to see each child entrusted to them achieves their God-given potential. Working closely together with parents and guardians, our staff desire to “train up a child in the way he should go” Proverbs 22:6