A student who graduates from BCS should display the following in their lives:
- Know what it means to be created in the image of God, that sin interferes with being the “images” of God, but that there is restoration through Jesus.
- Display the Fruit of the Spirit in his/her life.
- Be able to identify his/her gifts, share, develop and celebrate them, as well as recognizing gifts in others.
- Know what it means to be healthy spiritually, socially, emotionally and physically.
- Take ownership in his/her study behaviour.
- Understand the importance of organization by maintaining an agenda/schedule.
- Make use of organizational skills including time management, scheduling and prioritizing.
- Be able to give and receive constructive feedback.
- Understand the ability to use different reading strategies as a means to retain and recall what is read.
- Understand the importance of good listening skills in order to bring about positive communication.
- Understand that positive relationship, compassion, and caring for others are essential for both the individual and the group in the community
- Understand that sexual maturity is the ability to express himself/herself as a man or woman in a manner that serves and praises God.