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

Winter Sports

Written by on February 11, 2020

The seasons of our three winter sports teams are wrapping up this week. Each team had a successful year. The boys basketball team played smart ball throughout the season and put together some great games. In addition to regular matches, the wrestling team participated in several tournaments, two of which were held at of our […]

Swedenborg’s Birthday at BACS

Written by on February 4, 2020

January 29th was Emmanuel Swedenborg’s birthday. BACS has used this date to acknowledge Swedenborg in different ways over the years. This year in addition to a religious assembly put on by the 8th grade on Friday and the traditional Swedish flag topped treats, each class had a lesson dedicated to Swedenborg. Each grade’s lesson focused […]

New Playground

Written by on January 28, 2020

There is a new playground on our campus! Monday, January 25th marked the official opening of the new wooden playground outside the Society Building. The play structure that had been in that location for nearly forty years had begun to show wear, and after all those years and there was growing concern for its structural […]