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BMS high school students can choose from a wide array of college prep courses, individualized schedules, and enrichment opportunities. Our goals are empowering students to cultivate a passion for Christ and preparing them to use their unique gifts to honor Him and serve others.

Spiritual Enrichment: High school students take part in weekly chapels led by local pastors and community leaders and also participate in Bible classes, worship, and prayer groups. 

Electives: Computer, art, concert choir, drama, culinary arts, Spanish, conservation science, tech classes, and yearbook provide students with a wide array of choices for course credit.

Extracurricular Activities: High school students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities, such as athletics, engaging field trips, choir festivals, the annual school play, and service opportunities. 

Leadership: Students may serve in the Senate and participate in National Honor Society.  They also have opportunities to lead worship and interact with younger students throughout the year.


“One of our favorite things about having our children attend BMS has been the opportunity for them to customize their educational experience.”  

- William & Allison Fisher-Henson  



Student of the Month

Each month, teachers nominate and select a high school student to be recognized for excellence in a variety of areas that reflect our core values. 

  • Integrity: character demonstrated through respect, honesty, responsibility, compassion, and initiative, along with a positive attitude toward others and learning
  • Discipleship: growing in love and relationship with the Lord and others
  • Academics: great effort, hard work and persistence, class participation, self-motivation, and willingness to work beyond basic expectations
  • Citizenship: positive role model, exemplary behavior, school and community involvement, leadership, spirit of service

National Honor Society

Annually, 11th and 12th grade students who have maintained strong academic records and demonstrated an interest in excellence throughout our school and community are invited to apply for and maintain membership in the BMS National Honor Society.  NHS members are leaders in student organizations and serve through various activities, displaying the following qualities that serve as standards for the Society.

  • Scholarship - denotes a commitment to learning; a student is willing to spend hours in reading and study, knowing the lasting benefits of a cultivated mind. Knowledge leads to success and it can be acquired through diligence and effort. 
    “The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge, for the ears of the wise seek it out.” Proverbs 18:15
  • Leadership - should exert a wholesome influence on the school.  In taking initiative in the classroom and school activities, the real leader strives to train and aid others to reach their common goals of success. A leader is willing to yield one’s personal interests for the benefit of others; has self-confidence and will go forward when others hesitate.
    “Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, watching over them - not because you must, but because you are willing, … eager to serve, … being examples.” 1 Peter 5:2-4
  • Service - a willingness to work for the benefit of those in need; committed to volunteering our time and talents to the community and our student body.
    “Serve one another humbly in love.” Galatians 5:13
  • Character - distinguishes each person from others.  Christian character is achieved, not received.  It is the product of constant thought and action, and the daily striving to make the right choices; self-control and the daily portrayal of Christ-like traits to the world. By demonstrating such qualities as love, respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, caring, and citizenship, we may hope to prove by example that we value Christian character.
    “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.” 1 Timothy 4:12