A commitment to academics serves as a core value at Bethesda Academy. Each student is carefully evaluated to determine academic areas that need special attention and additional assistance.
At Bethesda, a low teacher-student ratio (13:1) and a wide range of flexible instructional strategies benefit students with diverse learning styles. Opportunities for hands-on learning enable students to apply lessons in the classroom to the Wildlife Management Program, the Video Production Program, and Bethesda Farm & Gardens.
Bethesda’s Common Core Curriculum prepares students to qualify for admission to a four-year college or university, technical school or military service. The school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and proudly participates in Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship Program.
In the Classroom