What does it mean to be a BCD student? BCD Students Are... Challenged.
BCD students come to school ready to learn. Small class size means teachers can give individualized attention.
“Being at BCD helped me realize that I am smart and that I can get good grades. This school gave me confidence that I couldn’t have found at a public school.”– BCD Alumna
We believe small class size allows our teachers to truly know each student and is essential in differentiating instruction.
We believe that a caring and dedicated faculty is the "heart and soul" of our school.
We believe students should be challenged in an enjoyable and engaging way.
We believe instruction in a second language must begin early if fluency is to be achieved.
We believe reading and writing skills are cornerstones of strong academic instruction.
We believe mastery of math and science skills are essential for success in the 21st century.
We believe that comparing ourselves against schools across the nation is critical to improving our instructional program.
We believe accreditations/recognition from the National Association of Independent Schools, the Association of Colorado Independent Schools and approval from the International Baccalaureate Organization give credibility to our outstanding educational program.
We believe strong fine arts instruction is important to a well rounded education and builds confidence in our students.
We believe learning to play and developing physically help builds strong self esteem.
We believe a partnership between home and school is essential.
We believe safe and pleasant surroundings enhance learning.