The staff here at Second Baptist Child Care Ministry (SBCCM) would like to say welcome.  We count it a privilege that you decided to make SBCCM part of your child’s educational development. Our developmental program is academically rich and is to promote your child’s growth and development— cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically.
Our mission statement is to provide a loving and learning, Christian environment for children in the Greater Lafayette area while continuously improving the quality care given to all children.  Second Baptist Child Care is dedicated to meet the physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs of each child.  We are committed to opening the children’s hearts while educating their minds.

“Hours of Operation
5:30am – 6pm
Hot Meals
Structured Activities
Before & After School Care
A Beka Curriculum”

Studies have shown that children learn by doing. They learn by playing, experimenting, exploring and testing. We want learning to be natural and an enjoyable experience, with hands on activities. We use the A Beka Book curriculum.  Parents are required to work with their child/ren using, the information that may be sent home and with the concepts that are being taught.  The A Beka Book approach to Christian education keeps learning lively, interesting, and memorable.  Our materials reflect sensible theory that is firmly anchored to practicality.  A Beka Book materials have been developed as a result of 50 years of actual classroom experience in Pensacola Christian Academy.  The purpose of the A Beka Book foundation is: “The God-given ministry of Christian schools are to lead young people to Christ and train them in the Bible, Christian character, language, and traditional subject matter.  Today’s students need to be taught the accumulated wisdom of the past from God’s point of view and trained in the way they should go (Proverbs 22:6) so they will have a firm foundation from which to evaluate the present and make proper decisions for the future.”

“Train up a child in the way he should go:
and when he is old, He will not depart from it.”
Proverb 6:22