BSAC would like to recognize Cameron Shack and Kelly Cheney as the Team Leaders of the March! We would also like to highlight Shelby Johnson and Kerwyn Richardson, who were selected as the Team Leaders of February. We’d like to dive into the different roles they actively excel in, so our families can see how [...]
BSAC has been extremely busy over the past couple of years upgrading our leadership team, updating and renovating our main campus and adding more and more features to drive our mission. Our goal is to continue to build on the positive momentum of the past several months and do even more in the weeks and [...]
BSAC has officially launched its brand new swim lesson program which offers eight progressive stages of development. This exciting expansion is being led by Miranda Briggs, BSAC’s new Director of Swim Education. After a recent drowning spike in Hillsborough County, the BSAC aquatics team found Miranda, and used real case studies to restructure curriculum and [...]
Over 450 local business leaders and community members attended BSAC’s Annual Casino Night on Friday, March 29th, and boy, what a night it was! BSAC was able to raise over $63,000 in scholarship support for families in need of financial assistance. These children will now be able to participate in programs including swim lessons, summer [...]
Meet Rebekah Clark: a talented BSAC lifeguard, Girl Scout, and Blue Wave Swim Team Member who has made a lasting impact right here on our campus. With the help of her family, Rebekah created a mini library called Readbox, inspired by the Redbox video rentals located in popular stores in our area. “I started this [...]
Students decorate paper plates to make wreaths for the upcoming Easter Day.
Student's at Lithua Springs B.A.S.E Arts & Crafts club get creativity on Earth Day.
Robotics club at Kingswood put together their research boards as they solve a problem in space!
The Culinary Club at Kingswood get cooking by making rainbow grilled cheese sandwiches. They learned about melting temps and color changes.
Students in the B.A.S.E. Arts and Crafts Club at Kingswood celebrate and learn about earth day.