Author Archives: Trina Ludvik

Please click the links below to open up the .pdf for each grade. K3 and K4   Kindergarten   First Grade   Second Grade   Third Grade   Fourth Grade   Fifth Grade   6th Grade   6th Grade- Mrs. Eaton   7th Grade   8th Grade   Middle School Math   The high school teachers will have their supply lists available at Open House.  

See and download our game photos here Thanks to for this story and awesome photos.      

Links below should take you to shared google drive folders where you can right click and save any of the pictures. SENIOR LEAD OUT & CANDIDS PHOTO BOOTH PICTURES We hope you had an ENCHANTED EVENING

Few words can express the pride that we, the Rebel Nation, are feeling. An amazing team. An amazing coaching staff. An amazing school. An amazing year. An amazing win. We are Bessemer.   Get all the game photos HERE. Story by  

On October 7, 2016, the 6-1 Bessemer Academy Rebels traveled to Jud Scott Field to take on the 3-3 Lee-Scott Warriors in a region game in hopes of redeeming themselves after last week’s crushing loss to the Autauga Academy Generals 21-6.   After a rough start, the boys came from behind to get the W with just 1 point to spare and move on to play this season’s last regular season home game on Friday, October 14, 2016 at 7 pm with Senior Night before kickoff- time TBA. ┬áThis game against the Glenwood Gators will also be the game that the faith-based feature film will be shooting scenes at, so come with your best BA attire and smiles on! Game Photos Here for the Lee-Scott Game   Special thanks to Kyle Fuller who helped inspire the team with this video      

The girls were all smiles as Coach Joel Penfield presented each player with a memento as their parents stood by their sides. At the home game against Pickens Academy, the following senior girls were honored: Whitney Edgecomb, Rebekah Kitchens, Jenny Weekley, Hannah Fitch, and Anna Bedford. They went on to beat Pickens in straight sets! Way to go, Lady Rebels!   The photo gallery can be seen HERE.

After a 4+ hour drive to Albany, GA, the Rebels shut out the Deerfield-Windsor Knights 34-0. While shaking hands with the Knights, the Rebels were told, “It was nice having you here. Don’t come back.” Click here for photos We’re on the road again next week at Autauga Academy in Prattville, AL.