Berkshire Hills Christian School is co-ed multi-grade (grades 1-8) elementary school where children can grow, learn, and thrive in a safe, Christian atmosphere. Caring for your child is one of the first things you will notice by a visit to our campus and classrooms. BHCS a place free from many of the stresses and bad influences so many children must face today at school.

Our Mission

The mission of the Berkshire Hills Christian School is to provide a Christ centered learning environment that leads elementary age students to Jesus and prepares them for a life of excellence and service.




Our School: Discover God Through Nature

The Berkshire Hills Christian School has a friendly family atmosphere with multi-grade classrooms. The school is staffed by dedicated teachers, assistants, and volunteers who take a genuine interest in each student. Education standards are to the highest standards and are tailored where possible to each student's need.

The modern school building is located in a country setting where the outdoors can be utilized and explored. We feature a newly remodeled library with current books and periodicals. Computer labs in each classroom provide current and practical training tools for the students.

The School has been locally operated by the supporting church since 1938 and continues to operate today under the direction of the local School Board. It is part of an educational system which has been providing quality Christian education for young people around the world.

Open to all Christians

There is no requirement to be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist church or local congregation. Since God created man in His image, there is no regard given to a student's race, color, national or ethnic origin, or sex. Parents and students committed to obtaining a higher standard of education, in a safe environment, are invited to make application. Teachers and staff that truly care about your child's happiness and success are ready to help make that education a reality.

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