About BBA

Superintendent’s Note

As the Superintendent of Berean Baptist Academy, it is my great pleasure to extend a heartfelt welcome to each of you as we embark on a new academic year. Thank you for considering Berean Baptist Academy as the place to educate and nurture your children in a Christian environment. Your decision about a school community speaks volumes about your dedication to your child’s education and hopefully their spiritual growth.

At Berean Baptist Academy, we firmly believe that every student is uniquely capable of learning and has been endowed with distinct skills by God. It is our deep desire and commitment of the staff and faculty to not only discover and develop these divine gifts but also to inspire and equip your children with the courage to use their talents for the glory of God and the benefit of the community in which they live as adults.

We are grounded in the conviction that when the parents of the home, the spiritual leaders of the church, and school leaders are aligned in this purpose and effort with unwavering dedication and mutual support, we can nurture and graduate young men and women who are prepared to assume their roles as mature, thoughtful, and spiritually aware adults. Those men and women are ready to serve the Lord and their communities with integrity and passion.

Therefore, we must have your continued involvement and dedication in this transformative process, ensuring that the legacy of a Christian education from Berean Baptist Academy enriches not only your own family but also, should the Lord tarry in His return, the family of your grandchildren’s children.

Together, let us look forward to a year filled with promise, learning, challenges, hardships, molding, and spiritual growth. May our partnership be fruitful, and our resilience blessed, as we stand and work together to fight for an environment that reflects our shared values, a godly atmosphere, and a commitment to excellence.

Dr. Jack Farmer, 


Faculty and Administration Members

Faculty Profile

Earned Doctorates

Earned Master’s Degrees

Enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral Program

Berean Baptist Academy's Strategic Plans for the Future

2022 Senior Class

Dual Credit Program
International Students
Student Life

Qualified Juniors and Seniors can earn up to 30 college credit hours through dual enrollment with BBA and Fayetteville Technical Community College. Dual credit college courses are also offered to our upper school students on our campus.

BBA hosts 38 international students from 6 different countries from 4 continents. Contact the office to find out more about our international student program.


A variety of extra-curriculur programs ensure that the students receive a well-rounded, academically excellent educational experience.


Fayetteville, North Carolina, the county seat of Cumberland County, is the home of the Bulldogs. The county’s population is approximately 313,000. Fayetteville is a short distance west of the beautiful North Carolina coastline and east of the majestic Appalachian Mountains.

Office & Schools

Business Administration Office and Upper School (5th-12th Grade):
518 Glensford Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28314

Lower School (K5-4th Grade):
515 Glensford Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28314

Preschool (K3 & K4):
536 Glensford Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28314

Business Administration Office and Upper School

6th-12th Grade

Lower School

K5-5th Grade


K3 & K4

Academically Excellent

Berean Baptist Academy incorporates stringent academic standards and conforms to full accreditation requirements with as set forth by the Association of Christian Schools International and Cognia.

The acronym G.R.A.D.S. is used to articulate the characteristics we desire to impress upon our students. We believe that all Christians should be Growing disciples, Responsible citizens, Academically excellent, be able to Discern truth, and possess a willingness to Serve others.