Welcome to the Bryn Athyn Church School

Welcome to the Bryn Athyn ChurchThe Bryn Athyn Church School offers a high-quality education for children from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Its mission is to help prepare them to be useful citizens of this world and to instill in them the values and habits needed by members of the Lord’s heavenly kingdom.

To do this, the school educates children in the light of the teachings of the New Church. Religion is integrated into every aspect of the school’s life through both direct and indirect instruction. Students attend daily worship services and study religion in the classroom. Love to the Lord and toward the neighbor are the highest values taught, together with obedience to the Ten Commandments and a life of useful service to others. Parents who are sincerely interested in and affirmative to what the New Church teaches are invited to consider Bryn Athyn Church School for their children.

Recent News

Return to Onsite School

Written by on April 12, 2021

It was a welcome sight to see the student body return to the building on Tuesday after the school was moved online for the two weeks before Easter. We are, however, continuing to face challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of our students are dealing with the virus and several more are quarantining, but fortunately […]

Another COVID Detour

Written by on March 30, 2021

When BACS returned from spring break two weeks ago, there were reasons to be optimistic. The weather was starting to feel like spring, vaccination appointments were becoming available to teachers in large numbers, and government agencies were discussing reducing certain guidelines. Some of us began to set our eyes towards a finish line somewhere on […]

Returning from Spring Break

Written by on March 15, 2021

Students and staff returned to school on Monday after a week-long spring break. This was something we were not able to do last year as it was at this point in the year that the COVID shutdowns and restrictions began. Over the past twelve months yearly projects and events have been compared to what they […]

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