At Upper Bucks Christian School,
Welcome to Upper Bucks
At UBCS, it is our desire to partner with parents to develop their children into young men and women of character who can change their world for Christ. We strive to do all from a Biblical worldview and to develop our students to allow them to use their abilities to have an impact for Christ wherever He leads them.
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Join our end-of-year drive to sustain the mission of UBCS! Your support of the Annual Fund will…
- keep UBCS tuition affordable among the local BuxMont educational options
- offset Covid-related losses (i.e. cancelled international camps, increased health & safety costs)
- continue STEM and technology upgrade
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We’re excited to see our kiddos and families again! We are thankful to offer full-time in-person instruction. Our administrator and school board have worked hard to make this happen! If you would be interested in joining our school family, feel free to reach out via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (215) 536-9200 ext. 114 (main office).
We hope you enjoy the Thanksgiving Break!
No School: Wednesday – Tuesday, November 25 – December 1 (school resumes Wednesday, December 2)
Why Upper Bucks?
“We are so thankful for the opportunity our girls have had to attend Upper Bucks Christian School! The teachers are caring and willingly give of their time – always eager to help a student in need. We appreciate the friendships our girls have made with their classmates that will last a lifetime. It’s been a joy to watch them compete athletically, be involved in fine arts, and use their gifts to glorify the Lord! Whether on the field or in the classroom, we feel they they have received a well-rounded, Christ-centered education that will prepare them for their futures.”
– Ed and Kristen Metzker, UBCS Parents
“I learned how to be a leader and an excellent team member, which are both extremely important for college and life in general. […] Teacher-student relationships taught me how to work respectfully with authority. UBCS gave me the skills to be a strong, creative, passionate, leadership-minded student as I headed off to college after graduation.”
– Hannah Campbell, 2015 Graduate
“Having worked many years in the world’s systems, I loved working at a place where God is recognized and honored and we can freely talk of Him. I loved the friendliness of the school family, and I think the buildings and curriculum speak of the Lord! All around ‘wonderful’!”
– Lydia Condict, Retired Teacher
“As a homeschool family, we love that we can partner with Upper Bucks Christian School to enrich our children’s education. All of the teachers and coaches are not only highly skilled in their respective discipline, but also, and most importantly, love the Lord. Their hearts are centered on Christ and teaching their students that all they do, whether on the court, the field, or in the classroom, should be for the glory of God. This encourages their students to pursue excellence in academics, athletics, and artistic pursuits.”
– Angel Brechbill, Homeschool Partnership Family
“One thing I loved about UBCS was how much the teachers truly cared for their students; the teachers truly displayed Christ in their lives. Another thing I really liked about UBCS was how the older students were able to interact with the younger students. It was great to get to know everyone – not just the other students in your class. It truly felt like a family. Upper Bucks prepared me for college both spiritually and academically. I loved the Biblical emphasis in every class.”
– Caitlyn Dunfee, 2017 Graduate
“What do I like about UBCS? EVERYTHING! And I don’t just like, but love, the students, parents, coworkers, its worldview, its philosophy, its love of the Bible, etc. I could go on and on about my love for it, but the list is way too long to put into one short paragraph. It has been such a blessing, these many years, to be able to have just a small part in the lives of so many students. I want to focus on one particular aspect of UBCS that I love – the high school concerts. It is wonderful to see young men and women, that I taught in elementary school, grow up to be Christ-loving, mature, talented individuals, who are now being used of the Lord in so many areas of His ministry.
Love that UBCS!”
– Ruth Harris, Faculty Member
“UBCS has been a remarkable partner in educating our son. The values that are important to us are reflected in our school’s Biblical worldview, and we are blessed to belong to the UBCS community. The academic environment is outstanding, challenging the students and allowing them to flourish. The classes are small, so the education is personal. The teachers know their students and can tailor their efforts to individual student needs. Everyone at UBCS – faculty, administrative staff, and students – is caring and supportive. UBCS is a school where your child’s faith is encouraged and surrounded by examples, not just spoken in words but in actions.”
– The Millers, UBCS Parents
“I love the community aspect of UBCS, which is displayed throughout the academics, athletics, and student body. Teachers are interested in more than just their students’ grades, coaches teach athletes how to apply their character-building skills outside of sports, and students uplift each other in prayer and help with assignments. Also, I love that that I was prepared for college both academically and spiritually. In a world where more people are abiding by their own truths, I have been well-equipped to think critically, comparing what is presented with what the Bible says. I can’t thanks the staff and faculty enough for their investment and prayers in my life!”
– Sarah McClure, 2017 Graduate