The local police k-9 unit paid Lithia Springs a special visit today and gave our students an informative presentation on all of the hard work that police dogs do for their job. Students were able to ask questions and watch the police dog perform various commands.
Afterschool All-Star students in the BSAC Culinary Club learned how to make Caesar salad. They were taught how to make it by mixing all the ingredients into baggies. How fun and delicious!
Spring has just sprung, but BSAC is ready for Summer Camp 2018! It all kicks off this Saturday, April 7th at our Summer Camp Open House event! We are inviting all families to come enjoy a day of snacks, face painting, and games as we open registration for Passport to Adventure. It will be a [...]
What an unbelievable night! BSAC’s 10th Anniversary Casino Night struck gold for families in need this past Friday night by amassing a whopping $50,000 in sponsorships, silent auction winning bids and ticket sales. Over 300-plus people showed up to support the event and were treated to games, music, great food options and an incredible selection [...]
Neely Heilman is a brown-eyed fourteen year old who loves pizza, family, and time with her friends. At just three years old, she started competitive training for soccer which quickly became the focus of her young life. But this past year, everything suddenly changed. When soccer was no longer an option, she found herself in [...]
One of BSAC’s very own traveled to Athens, GA to be honored in the University of Georgia’s Circle of Honor on February 2, 2018. Chris Colwill is a two time Olympian who began diving right here at BSAC from a very young age. He continued his training throughout high school and into college, attending the [...]
2017 was an awesome year for BSAC with new partnerships, a new pool, and vibrant programming. We have a strong administrative team that is getting better all the time. We completed the Ken Hagan Community Learn to Swim Pool through our partnership with Hillsborough County, and we have since increased our swim lesson [...]
ENRICHMENT TIME Students tap into their talents, interests, passions, and skills with activities that spark curiosity and deepen their motivation to learn. Enrichment is found in the journey as much as in the destination, with an open and inquisitive attitude to explore new and familiar hobbies, past times, and pursuits. GOALS Initiative: The art of [...]
RECREATION TIME Students engage in movement and physicality to stretch their legs and engage ther minds. If play is the work of childhood, then playtime is a critical time for social, emotional, and cognitive development. Research shows through free-play children stay fit and build a better brain for life and work. GOALS Teamwork: The art [...]
RECHARGE TIME Students regroup, reorganize, and recharge, allowing for a successful transition from the "school day" to the "after school day." Students unwind and gear up for activities predicated on their individual needs and designed to encourage them to work well with peers and engage positively with supportive adults GOALS Interpersonal Skills: The art of [...]