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Briercrest Christian Academy, College and Seminary

Briercrest is a Christ-centred, Bible-anchored, and ministry-focused community that includes a high school, college and seminary. Our schools share a commitment to train students to seek the kingdom of God, to be shaped profoundly by the Scriptures, and to be formed spiritually and intellectually for lives of service.


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Being on a worship team has been really good for me. It’s not something that I usually do, and I had to get used to it. It's really helped me grow in confidence to use the gifts God has given me, so its been encouraging in all areas of my life.
Michael McCrea
AA Social Sciences

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Keeping The Faith

The Competition for Character Education report discovered that students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.



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9 Ways to Pay for Your First Year at College

Private Christian education is expensive. However, each year students tell us that the cost is worth it, and more accessible than they thought. The average Briercrest student uses four sources to pay for school—here are nine you should know about!

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  • The Briercrest Fund

    Gifts to the annual Briercrest Fund help keep tuition fees lower and make it possible for more students to afford a Christian education.

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  • Keeping The Faith

    Students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.

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  • Your Legacy

    We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the growing group of friends who desire to do great things for God through Briercrest.

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At BCA I was challenged both academically and spiritually, and at the same time provided an amazing community that I will never forget.
Shaelyn Putnam (Caronport High School)