Bayshore Christian School's 13 Year Club
The following students have attended BCS for 13 years!
Class of 2019: Anna Adcock, Joshua Haynes, Abigail Macaro,
Will Northcutt, Lily Sheckells
Class of 2018: Miles Thomas, Trevor Thrasher
Class of 2017: Molly Downing
Young Alumni Club
In 2019, BCS created a program that will allow our Alumni to continue to engage with the school. Alumni have treasured memories from their time at BCS including small class size, individual attention, and extracurricular activities. BCS alumni can help the next generation of students experience all the school has to offer by donating to the Young Alumni Club. We are asking every alum to donate in the amount of the year they graduated. For example, 2019 graduates would donate $20.19 or more. Generous alumni help keep BCS strong and make a difference in the lives of so many students. If you are interested in joining, please contact , or click the button below.
Young Alumni Club Members
Class of 2016: Maddie Walsh
Class of 2018: Abigail Macaro
Bayshore Christian School is extremely proud of the Class of 2019! These students boasted an average ACT score of 29. They received over $2.6 million in scholarship offers. Way to go, 2019 Graduates!
Class of 2019 Graduates
Anna Robin Adcock is the daughter of Don and Mary Adcock. She plans to attend Samford University to study Nursing. Anna received over $200,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $55,000 in scholarships.
Sam Edward Alkema is the son of David Alkema and Kathleen Alkema. He will attend Auburn University to major in Chemical Engineering before serving as an officer in the Marines. Sam received and accepted over $130,000 in scholarships.
Ethan Ebenezer Colbert is the son of Jay and Wendy Colbert. He will attend Auburn University to study Industrial Engineering. Ethan received nearly $100,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $40,000 in scholarships.
Evan Cole Doremus is the son of John and Shelli Doremus. He will attend Auburn University to study Computer Science. Evan received and accepted nearly $20,000 in scholarship offers.
Lily-Mei Gentry is the daughter of Robin and Nancy Gentry. She will attend Belhaven University to double major in Physical Therapy and Dance. Lily-Mei received over $60,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $40,000 in scholarships.
Meredith Kay Gifford is the daughter of Steve and Amy Gifford. She will attend Mississippi College to major in Elementary Education. Meredith received and accepted nearly $75,000 in scholarship offers.
Elyse Camille Hayes is the daughter of Brian and Kelly Hayes. She will attend the University of Southern Mississippi to major in Biomedical Sciences. Elyse received and accepted nearly $50,000 in scholarship offers.
Joshua Caleb Haynes is the son of Rob and Beth Haynes. He will attend the University of North Alabama to major in Political Science.
Camrynn Alise Lane is the daughter of Geoff and Alise Lane. She will attend Auburn University to major in Exploratory Studies. Camrynn received and accepted nearly $40,000 in scholarship offers.
Brooke Michelle Long is the daughter of Phillip and Michelle Long. She will attend Troy University to major in Business Administration. Brooke received nearly $90,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $40,000 in scholarships.
Abigail Jaden Macaro is the daughter of Ken and Traci Macaro. She will attend University of Mobile, followed by Law School. She received nearly $400,000 in scholarship offers and accepted $165,000 in scholarships.
Andrew Aubrey Mund is the son of Andrew and Beth Mund. He will attend Georgia Institute of Technology to study Architecture. He received over $75,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $35,000 in scholarships.
Kaitlin Danielle Murrill is the daughter of Brad and Michelle Murrill. She will attend Auburn University to study to become an anesthesiologist. She received nearly $100,000 in scholarship offers and accepted nearly $20,000 in scholarships.
William Jason Northcutt, Jr. is the son of Jason and Terri Northcutt. He will attend Auburn University to study Chemical Engineering. He received nearly $175,000 in scholarship offers and accepted over $40,000 in scholarships.
John Hampton Oldshue is the son of John and Lynn Oldshue. He will attend University of Alabama to study Business and Political Science. He received and accepted nearly $80,000 in scholarships.
Lorali Gene Pace is the daughter of Jeff and Mitzi Pace. She will attend Mississippi State University to study Environmental Engineering. Lorali received over $250,000 in scholarship offers and accepted $20,000 in scholarships.
Payton Leigh Robinson is the daughter of Sam and Sonya Robinson. She will attend Elon University to double major in Acting and Arts Administration. Payton received nearly $600,000 in scholarship offers and accepted nearly $30,000 in scholarships.
Jadien Michael Scism is the son of Michael and Cheryl Scism. He will attend Marion Military Institue, then UAB to major in Biomedical Sciences. Jaiden received nearly $300,000 in scholarship offers and accepted $16,000 in scholarships.
Elizabeth Oates Sheckells is the daughter of David and Betsey Shekels. She will attend Auburn University to major in Industrial Design. Lily received and accepted nearly $40,000 in scholarship offers.
Eden Mackenzie Wilkinson is the daughter of Benjamin and Meghan Wilkinson. She will attend Auburn University to study Architecture. She received $60,000 in scholarship offers and accepted $8,000 in scholarships.
Hanna Noel Willis is the daughter of Mark and April Willis. She will attend Coastal Alabama College to study Elementary Education.
- BCS Alumni, Jacob Collins, placed second in his first college debate, competing aganist 12 teams.
- BCS Alumni, Chris Bishop, graduated from the Marine Corps Bootcamp in August 2017
BCS Alumni recognized in
BCS Alumni & Students Reunited at Auburn University
BCS Alumni at
our Eagle Fest
BCS Alumni returning to campus to visit
"I had nine practice debates last week, and I have continued to use the rhetorical skills with which I have been gifted and honed during high school in order to more effectively and winsomely argue."
- Jacob Collins
"Bayshore Christian School has prepared me for college. I am light years ahead of my peers. I feel I'm the only one who engages with the professors, and I love my classes! The professors are outstanding and keep me excited to learn! Bayshore did her job WELL! I love my high school, and I am falling in love with my college!" - Chris Bishop
"Bayshore's education has helped me so much in the first few months of college. I came well-prepared and I am doing well in all my classes! I am excelling in Chemistry, and have been able to assist quite a few classmates who have struggled with it. I have learned a lot in Math and have had very little struggle in transitioning from high school to college math. In my English class, we have mostly been taught concepts which Bayshore was teaching in 10th grade. Additionally, I have led a lot of the discussions in class. The main thing Bayshore taught me is how to study efficiently, as well as how to manage my time. Bayshore has left me incredibly grounded in my faith with a very strong set of morals and beliefs that I doubt will be lost." - Jack Stevens