Are you looking for a great place to enroll your kids??
A place where they are able to play, laugh and learn all while building their Christian faith.
The staff at BCLC knows it is very important for children to hear God's word,
His promises and build a strong relationship with Him.
This will help them achieve all that God desires for them.
**Enrollment for Summer and Fall 2019**
*In House Enrollment Starts February 25th-March 8th
*Sibling/Wait list Enrollment Starts March 11th-22nd
*Open Enrollment Starts March 25th (If any spots are available)
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL AT 817-596-5223
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR
TO HAVE YOUR CHILD ADDED TO OUR WAIT LIST.
Brock Christian Learning Center is more than just a day care. It is a dedicated ministry within Brock Baptist Church. Brock Christian Learning Center was established in August 2010. Brock Christian Learning Center has a passion for teaching children 6 weeks old through 12 years old, reaching their families, and ministering to the children through education. BCLC is very family oriented and loves having each family as part of our program. BCLC enjoys celebrating birthdays, having school programs, holiday parties, and many more activities that will get the family involved. The BCLC staff welcomes you and your family to Brock Christian Learning Center and we look forward to spending time with your children!
Mission Statement and Philosophy
BCLC’s philosophy in child care is twofold; first we must meet the spiritual, physical, social, emotional, intellectual and cognitive needs of each child as they develop individually while being sensitive to the needs and preferences of families. It is our belief that children should enjoy their own active hands-on learning experiences. The mission of BCLC is to provide a Christ-centered environment in which faith can be integrated with learning to enable students to become spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially, and physically prepared to achieve all that God desires for them. Secondly, we must provide an atmosphere that enables the parent to perform their daily /professional tasks without concerns for the well-being of their child. We must instill an open line of communication, which allows for the values, individual desires and cultural diversity of the parents to contribute to the development of their child