BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Bakersfield Christian High School has announced its plan for the school year and according to school officials, it will be heavily influenced by where the county stands on the state's COVID-19 monitoring list.
School officials said that their scheduled start date is August 13th but if they are not able to start in-person classes they will delay the start of the school year to August 24th. If by then they are unable to hold classes on campus by August 24th they will move to remote distance learning. If the school begins August 24th the school year will be extended past Memorial Day.
Officials also say that students and families will have the ability to choose whether they want in-person or digital classes as well.