Brazos Christian School is a nondenominational Pre-K through 12th grade school committed to providing a classical college preparatory curriculum from a Biblical worldview and assisting parents in developing the whole child with a passion for Jesus Christ, a joy for learning, and a lifelong quest for truth, wisdom, and virtue.
Headmaster - Jeffrey S. McMaster, Ph.D
Chief Academic Officer & Head of Grammar School - Linda M. Taylor, M.S.
Head of Rhetoric & Logic Schools - Nicholas J. Reeves, M.Ed.
Counselor - Sabine Branch, M.Ed.
Registrar - Robin P. Beard, B.S.
38 degreed teachers.
Accreditation Commission of the Texas Association of Baptist Schools
Texas Private School Association
National Association of Independent Schools
Association of Christian Schools International
Texas Private School Accreditation Commission
Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of College Admissions Counselors
Grades Pre-K - 12
Grammar School (Pre-K - 6)
School of Logic (7 - 8)
School of Rhetoric (9 - 12)
36 weeks; 176 days; two semesters; four grading periods; 50-minute class periods meeting four days per week; four 45-minute Study Hall periods per week.
Graduates require 26 credits - one credit earned for each year-long course and ½ credit earned for each semester course.
32 hours per year
Honors/Dual Credit Course Offerings
Honors Algebra I, II; Honors Geometry; Honors Pre-Calculus; Honors Calculus; Honors Biology I, II; Honors Chemistry; Honors Intro to Engineering; Honors Physics; Honors Latin I, II, III, IV; Honors Humanities 9, 10, 11; Honors English IV; Dual Credit Government and Dual Credit Economics.
Brazos Christian School offers a classical education from a Biblical worldview based on universal truths, foundational principles, enduring traditions, and the great literature of history taught in a multi-sensory, integrated format. Brazos Christian School humanities program focuses on an intensive study of great writings, people, events, works, and ideas that have formed and reformed civilization as we know it. Normative works of our culture are studied within their historical settings. This helps the students understand how the works, and the people who wrote them, were influenced by their times. It also reveals the universal nature of the great works, which are classics because they speak to all men at all times. The courses are organized chronologically, moving from ancient civilizations to modern times. Emphasis is placed upon reading, writing, and speaking/listening skills.
Each student has a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) calculated based upon high school credit courses taken at Brazos Christian School. Since the school is selective in admission, rank in class is of little significance in predicting success in college. Our strength is such that all of our students have a solid academic foundation and are well-prepared to perform in a demanding college environment. Therefore, we do not rank; however, we do weight classes. DC denotes a Dual Credit course taken at Blinn College and is given a weight of 1.0. H denotes an Honors level course and is given a weight of 0.5.
The Valedictorian and the Salutatorian are determined by the GPA derived from the high school credit courses completed at Brazos Christian School. Students whose cumulative weighted GPA is 4.0 or higher will be ranked in the top quartile.
Brazos Christian School has had 15 graduating classes with 16 Commended Scholars and 3 National Merit Scholarship Recipients.
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