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  • Exam Schedule 2017-18

  • Homeleave Transportation

    December Homeleave Transportation
    Tuesday, December 19, 2017 – Tuesday, January 2, 2018

    New routes and times will be posted here.  Please see details below.

    Prices listed under the dropoff times are for round-trip.  If you are only going to use one-way transportation, you can divide the amount in half and add $2.  We will provide transportation to the following destinations:

    Dropoff Times & Locations
    Leave Bass by 1200 pm on Tuesday, Dec. 19

    $25 Jackson, MS – College Drive Church (2:00 PM)
    $35 Monroe, LA – Exit 114 Walmart  1025 Glenwood Dr.  West Monroe (4:00 PM)
    $25 New Orleans Airport – (2:00 PM)
    $25 North New Orleans – Walgreens  5702 Crowder Blvd (2:45 PM)
    $25 Mobile, AL – Walmart in Semmes (2:00 PM)
    $40 Montgomery, AL – Lowes Exit 179 off of I-65 (4:45 PM)
    $40 Birmingham, AL – Galleria outside of Macy’s in Hoover (6:30 PM)

    Jackson/Monroe – Jennifer Fos (423) 912-7622
    New Orleans – Terry Barker (601) 310-6434
    Mobile/Montgomery/Birmingham – Glenn Hawkins/ReJena Whiting (937) 750-3763

    Pickup Times & Locations
    Tuesday, January 2, 2018

    Jackson, MS – Taco Bell 1170 Hwy 49 S. Richland, MS (5:00 PM)
    Monroe, LA – Exit 114 Walmart  1025 Glenwood Dr.  West Monroe (3:00 PM)
    New Orleans Airport – (5:00 PM)
    North New Orleans – Walgreens  5702 Crowder Blvd (5:45 PM)
    Mobile, AL – Walmart in Semmes (6:30 PM)
    Montgomery, AL – Lowes Exit 179 off of I-65 (3:30 PM)
    Birmingham, AL – Galleria outside of Macy’s in Hoover (2:00 PM)

    Jackson/Monroe – Mark Harper (601) 297-7413
    New Orleans – Rick Brace (301) 346-6131
    Birmingham/Montgomery/Mobile – David Perkins/Pam Perkins (207) 272-6068

  • Ad Council Leave Request

  • Work Program

    Work Program

    Teaching students to work is one of the goals of the Seventh-day Adventist educational system. Learning to work responsibly is a vital aspect of the educational experience at Bass Memorial Academy. Work experience develops self-confidence and trains students for future contributions to society.  Work opportunities are available on campus and in the school industries. Job assignments will be based on ability, financial need, and class schedule. Each student must accept the job assigned by the work coordinator. Students will not be allowed to miss work except for illness or school-approved trips and leaves.  Student work will be evaluated based on attendance and performance. The following conditions must be met in order to receive a satisfactory work evaluation:

      • Signing in and reporting to the work supervisor on time and dressed appropriately
      • Remaining at the work assignment for the entire work period
      • Taking breaks only at the direction of the supervisor
      • Fulfilling the work assignment in a productive and cooperative manner
      • Finding meaningful tasks while waiting for additional instructions

    Failure to comply with the aforementioned conditions will result in the following actions:

      1. On the first infraction, the student will be given a written notice and a copy put in the student’s INOW file.
      2. On the second infraction, the student’s parents will be notified and a copy put in the student’s INOW file.
      3. On the third infraction the student’s work hours will be reduced, which will affect student wages and work scholarship disbursements. Hours and work scholarship may be reinstated when the student demonstrates improvement in the areas of concern.

    Skipping work will immediately put the student at the second infraction level.  Continued infractions will be submitted to the Ad Council and may jeopardize enrollment.  Job transfers may be granted upon request with the approval of the work coordinator, treasurer, and current work supervisor. Transfer requests must be submitted in writing to the work coordinator. Work absences must be approved by the Ad Council prior to the absence. Occasional incentives will be offered for good work performance. All student workers will be paid at least Federal Minimum Wage.

  • What to Bring

    There are many things you will need while attending Bass.  Some of them are necessary, some are optional, and some are not allowed.  Here are some lists to help you determine which is which. If there is any confusion over whether you should bring an item or not, please contact the dean or the administration to find out.

    What to Bring

      • Bedding (twin size)
      • Towels (bath and beach)
      • School & Church Clothes (see the dress code in our handbook for specifics)
      • Recreation & Work Clothes
      • Toiletry Items
      • Bible
      • Trashcan
      • School Supplies (notebook, paper, pencils, pens, ruler, basic calculator, & backpack or carry bag)
      • Swimwear (see the dress code in our handbook for specifics)

    Optional Items

      • Small Refrigerator
      • Microwave
      • Bicycle
      • Alarm Clock (no radio, the iPads have an alarm clock that works great)
      • Laptop Computer (must be kept and stored in the deans office and checked out for use in the lobby)
      • Camera

    What Not to Bring

      • Weapons (includes knives with locking blades)
      • Fireworks
      • PLD’s (personal listening devices i.e. iPods, CD players, mp3 players)
      • Stereos
      • TV’s (this includes DVD players or other media viewers)
      • Desktop Computers
      • Non-Christian Books & Media (this includes magazines & posters promoting non-Christian themes)
      • Video Game Devices or Consoles

    Dress Clothes
    Exercise Clothes
    Banquet Dress Clothes
    Shoes (athletic, dress, leisure, etc.)
    Jacket and Coat
    Hat, Gloves, & Scarf
    Garbage Can
    Decoration for room (handbook p. 25)
    Sheets (size-Twin or Twin Long)
    Sleeping Bag
    Refrigerator (optional)
    Microwave (optional)
    Dental Floss/Mouthwash
    Razor/Shaving Cream
    Face Wash
    Hairdryer/Curling Iron/Straightener
    Styling Products/Hair Accessories
    Shower Caddie or Tote
    Lip Balm
    Feminine Hygiene Products
    Nail Clippers
    Towels & Washcloths
    Laundry Detergent/Dryer Sheets/Stain Remover
    Laundry Hamper or Clothesbasket
    Shower Shoes
    Iron (Dorm has Ironing Boards)
  • Student Handbook

    2017-2018 Student Handbook

    Click on the link below to download a copy of our 2017-18 Student Handbook.

    2017-18 Handbook

  • Parents Web

    RenWeb Parents Web

    Parents Web is a website that both students and parents can use to access the following information:

    • Student attendance and daily grades
    • Progress reports, report cards and transcripts
    • School events

    To access Parents Web, please use this link:

    Parents Web



  • Announcements

    New Student Application

    Phil Wilhelm : February 21, 2013 11:45 am

    Ready to apply? Click here for online application.  
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    BMA LiveStream

    Phil Wilhelm : August 16, 2014 10:57 pm

    Click here to access our YouTube Channel where we will be live streaming many of our events this year.
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    1:1 iPad Program

    Phil Wilhelm : July 12, 2012 12:02 am

    At Bass, every student is given an iPad to use for the year. Most of their textbooks are stored on them which really lightens the load in the backpack. In addition to this, our teachers are always finding new ways to utilize this powerful tool in the classroom. Make sure you ask for a demonstration when you visit our campus.
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    Interested in BMA

    Admin : July 6, 2012 5:35 pm

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