Briercrest Isolating and Supporting Positive Covid Cases
Eight individuals tested positive for COVID-19 upon arrival at Briercrest. Briercrest staff conducting contact tracing and providing support for students.
Briercrest Onstage presents The Performing Arts Showcase
After a year and a half without live performances, Briercrest Onstage is back with scenes from Music Man, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Anne of Green Gables!
Briercrest Returning to Campus with Lessened Restrictions
[UPDATED SEPT 3, 2021] Classes for Briercrest College and BCA will resume this Fall with a significant decrease in health restrictions.
Briercrest adds provincially authorized degrees in biblical studies, business, and general studies
Briercrest College's BA Biblical Studies, BA Business Administration, and a new Bachelor of General Studies are now provincially authorized as university-level degrees.
Briercrest closes 2020-21 fiscal year debt-free, with balanced budget
At the close of the 2020-21 fiscal year, Briercrest is reporting a balanced budget with no outstanding debt. We are extremely thankful for God's provision and continual donor support throughout the past year.
New Youth Quake dates, junior retreat announced
Youth Quake is moving to May and expanding to include a junior retreat. Hear more about these changes!
BCA/PHA alumnus named WHL Scholastic Player of the Year, ranked for NHL draft
Congratulations to Ethan Peters, BCA and PHA alumnus, on being named WHL Scholastic Player of the Year and on being listed by NHL Central Scouting for the upcoming NHL draft!
COVID-19 Update Summer 2021
An update on our COVID-19 Response over the summer and leading into the fall semester
Briercrest Athletics Overnight Camps Returning, Volleyball Camps Expanding
Registration is now open for Briercrest Athletics summer volleyball and basketball camps! The season will begin on July 18.
Response to Discovery of 215 Unmarked Graves at Former Residential School
A message from Briercrest Christian Academy, College, and Seminary in response to the devastating discovery of 215 unmarked graves on the grounds of a former residential school on Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc land.