Bridge International Christian Academy
Round Rock, Texas 

BICA 2017  SUMMER PROGRAM

  Introducing children to C.S. Lewis' magical world of Narnia 

Through reading comprehension and writing exercises. Bible connections and memory verses
Singing, dancing and crafts based on C.S. Lewis' novel, the Voyage of the Dawn Treader
A fun, faith-based, summer adventure from Bridge International Christian Academy.


June 12-23 (Monday-Friday, 10 days)
9:30 am to 2 pm
For Children who have completed 1 Grade through 6 

$240

Please check the availability before you send your from and tuition : info@bicarr.org
On-line registration (please send the check separately)   or PDF registration form
* A scholarship may be available if the student receives the free or reduced price lunch at school.  
Daily Schedule: 9:30~10:30 am Music & Dance, 10:30~11:00 am Bible, 11~12:30 Reading and Writing, 12:30~1 pm Lunch, 1~2 pm Craft or Game. 


  
 pictures above: Summer 2015 
        

        
pictures above: Summer  2016




 Place: Lane House 

located on the property of First Baptist Church at Round Rock
 306 Round Rock Avenue, Round Rock T
X 78664   

For more information please contact
info@bicarr.org
512-363-6595

 Camp Narnia is a Christian program. Our teachers may pray with your children or talk to them about Jesus. 
♦ We are accepting the first 24 "completed" applications and payments. 
 Please mail the registration for and tuition to BICA 401 W Anderson Avenue, Round Rock, TX 78664
Please make the check payable to: BRIDGE INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY or BICA
♦ What to bring each day:  Lunch, water bottle, backpack, 3 hole-binder and some note paper
♦ Parents, your children are able to participate in this high-quality program for a low-priced tuition, thanks to the generosity of the teachers and volunteers, and to First Baptist Church at Round Rock.

BRIDGE INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (BICA) is a non-profit organization with a 501(c) 3 status. We aims for Christian, multicultural, and multilingual education. This academy was established to provide an environment for 1) the promotion of Christian values and world view, 2) parents' involvement in childrens education, 3) enrichment of the children’s native language and English proficiency. 

Nondiscriminatory Policy The Bridge International Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and load programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

 








  

                                                                                                              

Student's name  * Gender   Completed Grade Home Language
 Parents or Gurdian's
Parents or Guardian's name
:
*
 Parent's Phone Number: 

* 
 Parent's Email
address
:
*
Home Church
(if you attend)
:
 
 Allergies or Medical Conditions
:
 Emergency contact Phone #
:
   
 I have read
 all the terms and conditions
and I agree

Please send the tuition check
with your child's name on the top 
to
BICA
401 W. Anderson Avenue,
 Round Rock TX 78664
 

Terms and Conditions 

Publicity and Photography Release

As a parent or legal guardian of the above named student, I hereby authorize and consent to the use of his/her visual image by Bridge International Christian Academy for appropriate purposes, including but not limited to: still photography, videotape, electronic and print publications, and websites. I give this consent with no claim for payment

Liability Waiver and Medical Release
This is a legally binding Consent Form and Release of Liability made voluntarily by me, the undersigned Releaser, on my own behalf, and on the behalf of my heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives and assigns to Bridge International Christian Academy (hereinafter "BICA").   By the execution of this waiver of liability form, I acknowledge that the student listed above is capable of participating in the activities. I also assume all risks of the student participating in the activities, whether such risks are known or unknown to me at this time. I release and hold harmless this organization, leaders, volunteers, and any agents from any claim the student or I may have due to the result of any injury or illness incurred during participation in the BICA. I accept and assume full responsibility for any and all  injuries, damages, and losses that may occur to the student from any participation in the activities.  It is my understanding that the student participating in BICA is a privilege. I acknowledge that participation in these activities may inherent certain risks, including physical injury due to activity related accidents, illness, or even death. I also understand that there may be other risks due to these activities that I may not be aware of at this time.  In an emergency, I acknowledge that I am solely responsible for all medical and other costs arising out of bodily injury or any loss sustained through participation in this activity. I authorize program staff to secure any licensed hospital, physician and/or medical personnel for any treatment deemed necessary for the participant's immediate care.

 Pick-up Policy
I, as a parent or legal guardian of the above named student, agree to bring my child to school for classes and pick him/her up immediately at the end of classes. If I fail to pick up my child on time, I agree to pay possible late charges. Any family picking up a child beyond program ending time will be assessed $5.00 per child for the first 30 minutes late and $2.00 per 5 minutes thereafter, per event, as a late penalty.

 
  Participation Permission
I, as a parent or legal guardian of the above named student, agree that my child  has my permission to participate in the indoor/outdoor BICA activities.  Late tuition policy: An automatic late fee of $10.00 will be added to your child’s tuition account after the 1st session of each semester and should be included with your late tuition payment.
 
  Material Purchase
I, as a parent or legal guardian of the above named student, agree that I will purchase necessary supplies

 Refund Policy

If you cancel with more than 30 days till the session start dates, the full refund will be given.
15-30 days until the session start date, 70 % refund   7-14 days until the session start date, 50% refund 6 days prior to start of the session start date, no refund.





Kathy Nichols   has more than 30 years of writing, editing, publishing and training experience. She has done extensive web content development several software companies. When she retired last year, she immediately took courses to be certified to teach English as a second language. She was a charter member of the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Commission, serving as Chairman for several years. She was twice elected to Pflugerville City Council.  Kathy and Lenny now live in Round Rock, Texas, where they attend First Baptist Church of Round Rock. Through the church, Kathy volunteers with Friendship International and also teaches Evening English Classes. She loves meeting and working with Internationals. She also loves her tiara.

 Donna Baird retired from teaching after 40 years. Her last 12 years were spent as an Elementary School Librarian. She loves children and delight in teaching them about good  literature. She attends First Baptist Church in Round Rock and Brushy Creek Baptist Church in  Hutto, where she now live.  She volunteers in the office at First Baptist and helps prepare meals on  Wednesday nights. She also provides rides for area seniors through the Drive a Senior program. She was Co-Director of Friendship International for several years and taught an ESL pronunciation class. Her latest purpose is sharing God's love through sewing prayer tokens for soldiers, police officers and firemen with a group of ladies called Heart's Desire Ministry.


Yeonjai Rah 
is the founder and director of BICA. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Leadership Analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research area has been focusing on immigrant child education and cultural diversity in school. She wrote a Christian devotional book titled “Whisperings” in 2013 and translated “Distributed Leadership" into Korean 2011. She believes “Children shall not live on secular education alone, but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God". She has been a big fan of C.S. Lewis. One of her desires is to communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Narnia books with children. Since 2011 She has taught Narnia books at BICA.  She attends First Baptist Church at Round Rock from 2011. 





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