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Briercrest is a partnership of three Christ-centred, Bible-anchored, and ministry-focused schools that exist to equip the Church and engage the world through accredited, holistic education. We are committed to training students to seek the kingdom of God, to be shaped profoundly by the Scriptures, and to be formed spiritually and intellectually for lives of service.


Briercrest Christian Academy is a high school committed to discipling students from grades 9-12. We do this through a program that includes Christian Ethics classes for every grade and an intensive chapel program. BCA is closely connected with Briercrest College and its students, meaning more academic, discipleship, and mentorship resources are always available for our high school students.


Briercrest College prioritizes the whole-person formation of young adults through dorm-based schooling. Our students come for certificates and degrees in a variety of programs and partnership options and stay for the blend of high-level academics, daily Christian discipleship, and student life in a community rooted in Scripture and oriented towards Jesus.


Briercrest Seminary offers biblical, relevant, and practical training for graduate students. We offer accessible education to equip and enhance our students’ ministries in the Church and in the world. This ministry work directly affects the future of the Canadian Church, and, by extension, our emerging adults. Briercrest College students often study with our seminary after they graduate.


Coming to BCA has been life-changing for me. I've learned so much about Christ and experienced the love of fantastic teachers and people that genuinely care about us. I am amazed by the dynamics of this community as a school. — Cindy, Christian Academy


Kaléo teaches you how to be more open with others, to depend on God constantly, and to live a more healthy, structured Christian life. It has been a foundational year for me as I step into my next stage in life. — Samuel, Kaléo


I kept to myself a lot in my first year, but through residence assistants and fellow students, I was drawn out of myself. Through dorm life, I've experienced what true community is and I think that it is sort of an accurate depiction of Briercrest: it's a small piece of the Kingdom. — Nathan, College


Each class met me exactly where I was in my journey. God has used this time to deeply instill within me a sense of security in Him. My relationships with others are richer, more meaningful, genuine, authentic, and real. I am thankful for all I have learned, but most of all growing in my walk with Jesus! — Erin, Seminary