Annual high school mission trips for each class equip Boca Christian students with a formidable and well-balanced foundation, preparing them to make a significant impact in their world.
Our first trip was in 2000. Since 2004, our students have posted photo journals of every trip, every year. Read the exciting stories of how God has worked to change lives!
Boca Christian mission trips culminate with an unforgettable senior experience. Students stay at Pura Vida Extreme in San Antonio, assisting Pura Vida ministries in numerous community outreaches as well as creating future mission opportunities at the facility. They conclude their trip with adventures such as ziplining and a theme park.
Students stay at the Long View Ranch in Tennessee and serve poor communities in the Appalachian Mountains. The trip includes helping families with repair and construction projects. They enjoy activities like paint ball and horse riding at the camp site.
In 2014, the mayor of Greeneville, Tennessee declared April 8th as Boca Raton Christian School Day.
Students stay at Lake Swan Camp in Melrose and participate in various projects on the camp property, including serving lunch to hospice workers. Students also serve at a local food bank and throughout the local community.
Freshmen receive real-life training in missions at the H.E.A.R.T. Institute (Hunger Education Awareness and Research Training) in Lake Wales, learning about underdeveloped countries, attending a cross-cultural church, and taking part in service projects.
During high school mission trip week in the spring, some students choose to serve those in need in the South Florida community. Outreach projects have included working with children at a child development center, serving at a food bank, and performing maintenance tasks for local non-profit organizations.