Broward Junior Academy

BJA is currently accepting new students for the 2009-2010 school year, however new students entering 12th grade will only be accepted during the first semester. Current cost and fees are posted in the section of Tuition and Fees Page, as well as Graduation fees. You can download the forms necessary from this web site at any time. Forms are in Acrobat format, just select, print, fill it out, and send to BJA. Financial assistance is available for needy families. Please check with your local Sponsor Churches for more information.
You May Contact Us:     By Mail:          201 NW 46th Ave, Plantation FL 33317
                                       By Phone:       (954) 316-8301
                                       By Fax:           (954) 000-0000
                                       By Web:
BJA welcomes applications from young people of all cultural and religious backgrounds who are willing to conduct themselves in harmony with the ideals and standards expressed in the Student Hadbook. We wish that every child could have the benefit of a Christian education; regretfully, BJA  is not equipped to handle young people who have major behavioral or scholastic problems. New applicants with less than 2.0 may not be accepted. Students with less than a 2.0 that are accepted will be placed on academic probation.

Applicants for admissions to BJA are required to submit the followings items:
  • An application form completely filled out, including the signatures of both parent or guardians and the students.
  • The application fee.
  • An official transcript and proof of graduation if entering the 9th grade.
  • Three recommendations from non family members, preferably from a school official or a pastor.
  • An original, current, immunization record and a physical examination record on the forms provided by Florida doctors from the Health Department must be on file in the office before the student may attend the first day of classes.  
  • A birth certificate and copy of the student's social security card must be on file in the registrar's office.
  • A current, student medical treatment form, signed by the parent or guardian.
  • At the discretion of BJA administration an entrance exam may be required.


All Students MUST attend an orientation session conducted by the BJA Guidance Department.

Withdrawing early from school tuition charges

All students leaving school before the end for a semester will be expected to pay full tuition if they are given permission to complete their scholastic assignments.
Late Registration

Students who register late and receive full credit for makeup work will be expected to pay full tuition. However, if a student is transferring from another school, tuition will commence from the date of registration.

Student Records

Parents, guardians or eligible students (18 years of age or older) have the right to inspect, review and challenge the information contained in records directly relating to the student. Access may not be denied because of failure to pay fees.
Application Forms