At Bonnie Cone Classical Academy, we believe that, by teaching our children essential virtues, we will create a positive future for our society. We believe that our core R.A.I.S.E virtues we teach will help create a generation of morally upright citizens who care for themselves, for others, and for the world around them.
Every day, BCCA classrooms review, reinforce, and practice the R.A.I.S.E virtues of Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Service, and Excellence.
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R.A.I.S.E. virtues are integrated through daily life at BCCA, allowing students to adopt and internalize these virtues and apply them to school and home life.
With this focus, we further our mission to educate our students as whole children and future leaders of our society.
Learn more about Bonnie Cone Classical Academy, or schedule a tour of our campus to see R.A.I.S.E. virtues in action.
If we don’t respect everyone then we can respect no one, including ourselves - Ben Moody
Respect for others—even those you disagree with—is the main hallmark of a virtuous mind. We expect our students, families, and faculty to show respect to each other at all times.
It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. - Ronald Reagan
We must accept responsibility for our actions and words. We hold ourselves and each other accountable to create a positive school environment and a luminary future for our little ones.
Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. - C.S Lewis
Integrity is vital to social harmony. Students at BCCA learn integrity in the classroom so they can apply it in the real world.
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘What are you doing for others?’- Martin Luther King, JR.
As the leaders of tomorrow, our students learn to give back to others and to their communities through important classroom lessons, community involvement, and more. Our staff and administrators define our campus as Service-Learning and Service focused.
Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.’- Ralph Marston
We set high expectations for our students and help them reach their potential. We teach them to take pride in their work and to continue in their pursuit of achievement and excellence.