Bell Shoals Baptist Academy
“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth."
3 John 1:4
Bell Shoals Baptist Academy offers several opportunities for parents to be involved in their student's education. All campuses offer ways for parents to volunteer in their student's classroom. These volunteer opportunities are best arranged by speaking with your student's teacher. The Brandon campus also offers the Preschool Volunteer Fellowship, the Parent Teacher Fellowship and the Education Steering Committee.
Preschool Volunteer Fellowship
The Preschool Volunteer Fellowship (PVF) exists to bring honor and glory to the Lord through supporting its members in their role as parents of preschoolers, and through service and support of Bell Shoals Baptist Academy. The PVF aims to promote Christian Fellowship between parents of preschoolers while serving to further the benefits our children receive while attending Bell Shoals Baptist Academy.
Parent Teacher Fellowship
The Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) is a board comprised of parents who are willing to serve Bell Shoals Baptist Academy for a one year commitment. The PTF is in charge of various events throughout the year such as; Open House, the Ice Cream Social, Pop in with Pop, Teacher Appreciation Week and more. The Board also serves as a support system for the parents, teachers and student body. It is a wonderful way to get involved to fellowship with other parents, serve God, our school and our children.
Education Steering Committee
To assist in the planning, conducting and evaluating the ministry of Bell Shoals Baptist Academy in conjunction with the Academy administration and Headmaster. To develop and maintain a Policy and Procedures Manual for the operation of Bell Shoals Baptist Academy.
The committee shall be composed of six (6) members to be elected to three year terms on a staggered rotation.
Conduct a monthly meeting to evaluate the ongoing ministry of the Academy and provide counsel in up-coming decisions. Provide input and guidance in determining policies, strategies and operating procedures for the Academy. Assist the administration in determining the financial needs of the Academy and the preparation of the annual budget. Assist the administration in the selection of potential staff and faculty. Participate in the annual evaluation process of Academy employees. Serve as a liaison for the Academy between the church and parents of Academy students in communicating policies, events, and resolving possible conflicts.