BCC’s’ curriculum and study programmes have been designed to meet the needs of our learners. From elementary through to secondary level, the tried-and-trusted direction and educational goals of our curriculum enable learners to discover themselves, and provide them with the knowledge and skills they will need to embark on their higher education with confidence and pride.
The curriculum aims to develop students’ academic knowledge, teaching them to think for themselves and develop skills related to their chosen field in order to meet the needs of a changing world. BCC aims to be a true school for the future.
In 2000, construction commenced of a nineteen-storey building with two additional underground floors. It was to be used for Secondary level pupils, and it contained special rooms for various learning activities including a science laboratory, a library, a computer room, a large meeting room and a room for smaller seminars.
In 1968, the school chapel was built in the shape of Noah's Ark. This Biblical image symbolises the survival of mankind, and serves as a haven in which students can develop spiritually and study the life and works of Jesus Christ.
In 1947, the Council of American Presbyterian Missionaries handed over the entire running of the school to the Church of Christ in Thailand.
Bangkok Christian College was founded by a group of American Presbyterian missionaries on 30th September 1852 during the reign of King Rama IV, who granted them authority to buy two plots of land in the districts of Kudi Jeen and Samray The missionaries first began teaching Thai youths in Kudi Jeen, and in 1862, with Sinsae Ki-eng Qua Sean as headmaster, they moved from Kudi Jeen to a new location at Samray with the Reverend Stephen Mattoon as School Director.