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When you have a student body, faculty, community, and supporters as incredible as we do, there is always something newsworthy happening. Check in often to get the scoop on all the important events and to share in our bragging rights.

Upper Division Social Science Summer Assignments

Ms. Brinkey has prepared some great exercises to help students gear up for her courses this fall! Students may visit Ms. Brinkley’s website and click the Summer Assignment tab under the various course headings: AP Human Geography, AP United States History, AP Psychology, Economics, and American Government. For those students who desire a printed packet of their assignments, we have them available all summer in the school office. Please contact Ms. Brinkey for any questions. 

Upper Division English Summer Reading Assignment

All incoming 9th-12th grade students should complete the English summer assignment. This assignment pertains to AP literature and AP languages students, as well as those students enrolled in English I-IV. The purpose is for students to develop critical thinking skills when reading and writing text, to gain superior reading comprehension and writing capability, and to feel prepared to move to a collegiate level English class. Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Emily Stoops via e-mail with any questions regarding all upper division English summer assignments.

Summer Reading for Kindergarten through 8th Grade Students

Summer reading allows students to retain knowledge gained from the previous school year and enhances comprehension and literacy skills over the summer break. To this end, BCS faculty have provided a summer reading guide for all students entering kindergarten through eighth grades. We invite all elementary students (grades kindergarten through 4th) who complete the summer reading and assignments to attend a snow cone party at the beginning of the school year. Middle division students (grades 5th through 8th) will receive credit in their reading class for completion and submission of their summer reading journals.

For further information, please consult the lower division summer reading and the middle division summer reading assignments. Happy summer reading!

Back to School Open Campus

All new and returning Bayshore Christian School (BCS) families should plan to attend the open campus on Monday, August 7 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This will be a time to meet teachers, fellowship with other BCS families, and receive important information about all things BCS. We will host a new family meeting, training sessions in Renweb, classroom presentations from all BCS faculty, time to visit classrooms, and distribution and set-up of Chromebooks for students in 5th through 12th grades. For more information and a full schedule of events, see our back to school night flyer.

This is definitely a night all BCS students and their families should not miss. We will see you all at Bayshore's back to school open campus event!

Summer Camp Bayshore

Camp Bayshore is a Christian-centered and child-focused summer program, providing a fun and safe place for children in the Tampa Bay area. Campers learn through hands-on experiences as camp staff challenges them in innovative and exciting ways. Campers enjoy both structured and free play, off campus field trips at no additional charge, shows, clubs, service projects, chapel services, and many other activities. Registration is ongoing, so sign your child up today

  • Who 
    • Children ages 3 to rising 6th graders
    • Minnows  - 3 and 4-year-old campers
    • Polliwogs - campers entering kindergarten in fall of 2017
    • Crickets - campers entering first and second grade in fall of 2017
    • Bullfrogs - campers entering third through sixth grade in fall of 2017

  • When
    • May 31-August 4

  • How Much
    • Minnows/Polliwogs - $210 per week
    • Crickets/Bullfrogs - $200 per week
    • We offer a $25 per week discount for additional children of the same immediate family who attend camp during the same week.