In early 1993, a small group of individuals with a vision for Christian education formed a steering committee to explore the feasibility of establishing a regional, independent, interdenominational Christian school; an idea previously untested in the Bowling Green, Kentucky community. Located in the Christian education wing of Hillvue Heights Church, Bowling Green Christian Academy opened its doors in the fall of 1994 serving forty-seven students in kindergarten to sixth grade. The school added the seventh and eighth grades in 1995 and 1996. As enrollment increased, so did the school’s need for a larger facility. In 1996, the construction on our 21,000-square foot building on Destiny Lane began. This move was made possible through the godly stewardship of an Academy family and the Academy’s first capital fund drive. In 2015, Living Hope Baptist Church became a strategic partner and allowed us to lease a portion of their building for our graded program. The Bowling Green Christian Academy community gives thanks to God for the way he has richly blessed the school, and desire to honor him as we look to a promising future.


The vision of Bowling Green Christian Academy is to be an educational institution which sets the standard for excellence in Christian education in the South Central Kentucky region. Our goal is to graduate students who are well prepared for the next level of their education and who are able to think biblically about life. Moreover, whose spiritual maturity informs their character, conduct, and commitment of service to others. This will be accomplished by continuing to advance excellent instruction and programs based on biblical truth, by providing facilities which meet the needs of current programs and allow for future growth and by maintaining fiscal soundness through responsible stewardship of resources and implementation of a comprehensive development plan.


To provide students a Christian education that encourages commitment to Jesus Christ, academic excellence, high moral character, and service to others.


“My purpose is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”
Colossians 2:2-3


Dr. Mike Hammond


Beth Reagan

Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs

Rachel Luallen

Director of Preschool

Heather Reeves

Finance Manager

Julie Troyer

Office/HR Support

Courtney Williams

Graded Office Associate

Tara Sweeney

Preschool Office Associate

Donna Cowles

Technology/Library/Academic Support

J.D. Menser

MS Bible; MS/HS History

Melanie Thompson

MS/HS English/Literature

Whitney Lewis

Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten

Shannon Blackburn

4th & 5th Grades

Shelby England

3rd Grade

Katie Colter

1st Grade