Bowling Green School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Bowling Green School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, instructional, or activity programs.
Regardless of your child's age, Bowling Green School provides a stable, Christian learning environment with small classes that provide excellent student/teacher ratios. Bowling Green offers computer labs for students in the elementary through high school to assist your child in keeping up with today's technological advances.
A competent, qualified faculty offers an average of 15 years of teaching experience per teacher. Bowling Green students earn annual awards in Literary Rally, Art, Young Authors, Spelling Bee contest and Beta Club on both District and State levels while competing in public and private contests. Extracurricular activities for students begin in Elementary School. Bowling Green students have received both Academic and Athletic scholarships and 95% of Bowling Green graduates go on to attend college.
Bowling Green is one of the few non-public schools that requires students to take the ACT Aspire and the EOC (End of Course) exams. This allows BGS to present our graduating seniors with a State of Louisiana Diploma and qualify for TOPS. Bowling Green is accredited by the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) and the Mississippi Association Of Independent Schools (MAIS). Bowling Green offers many other reasons and valuable opportunities for your child to be successful in today's world.
Bowling Green School provides a stable, Christian learning environment while presenting a Biblical worldview across all grade levels and areas of the curriculum. The guiding principle of our curriculum is to educate the whole child in accordance with our philosophy of education. We strive to expose our students to knowledge and skills that will prepare them for 21st Century citizenship and service in the family of God. Skills such as creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and collaboration are in ever-increasing demand in our digital and globally connected world, and technology at BGS has evolved as a tool for fostering these 21st century skills. Our school houses two brand new wired computer labs, a 36-Ipad mobile lab, and three mobile Chromebook labs; most classrooms are equipped with SMART and/or Promethean Interactive technology.
Encouraging and equipping students to develop moral integrity and spiritual strength is of utmost value to the Bowling Green School faculty and staff. Daily scripture reading and prayer for Pre-K through 12th grade is led by students each morning. A chapel service is held every Wednesday morning between 3rd and 4th periods in the school gymnasium for students in grades six through twelve. Services are organized by local youth minister Cody Thomas and feature speakers from the Franklinton area who provide uplifting messages and spiritual food for our students.