The middle and high school orchestras will perform concerts on Thursday, December 4, at 6:30 p.m. and Friday, December 5, at 7:30 p.m., respectively. The middle school orchestra will perform both sacred and fun traditional Christmas music. The high school symphony’s concert is titled “Christ, the JOY of Christmas!” Seasonal favorites such as “Sleigh Ride” will be featured as well as selections from Handel’s Messiah—complete with guest artists! Come join us as we rejoice in Christ, the Joy of Christmas!
Bill Pay is a BJU program that enables families to see current school bills for all children attending Bob Jones schools, preschool through college. Bill Pay enables you to pay online or to set up automatic payments. If you do not have access to Bill Pay, simply call an academy office for your username and password to be sent to your email account.
Parents, we want to hear from you! In an effort to increase parental input, we invite you to join us for a brainstorming hour so that we can capture your thoughts about Bob Jones Academy’s educational program. This is the first of multiple opportunities for parent involvement. As we partner with you in the responsibility of educating your children, we want to communicate with each other so that we might carefully invest the necessary resources for teaching and discipling effectively and efficiently.
To kick this off, we’d like you to meet with our administrator, Dr. Dan Nelson, on Tuesday, December 2, to share how God has used BJA in the lives of your children. Elementary parents are invited to come at 6:30 p.m. and secondary parents (7-12) for a similar session at 7:30 p.m. Both sessions will be in the Academy Auditorium.
The conversation will be divided into sections centered on the school’s mission statement:
For each of these areas we will ask you these questions:
Please take time from your busy schedule to join us on December 2. The education of your children has eternal benefits.
Bob Jones Academy exists to assist like-minded Christian parents in challenging students to love Jesus Christ, to embrace God’s truth, to exercise integrity, to pursue excellence, and to serve others.
The middle and high school bands open the Academy’s concert season with separate concerts on Friday, November 14, in the Academy Auditorium. The middle school band begins the evening with a 6:30 p.m. concert, and the high school band follows at 7:30 p.m. This fall's concerts feature American and patriotic music. The music in these concerts will be a celebration of Veteran's Day week and the 200th Anniversary of the writing of America's national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Songs from our heritage—from Colonial days to folk songs to cowboy songs to “Stars and Stripes Forever”—will provide an enjoyable time for all listeners as they think about our nation and what it means to us.