“I couldn’t ask for a better place for them to learn Christian values and get a good education.”
“I love this school. My children and grandchildren have attended and are still attending. I couldn’t ask for a better place for them to learn Christian values and get a good education. Teachers provide help when needed (academically and spiritually) and truly care about the whole child. ACS is an extension of our home. Many say it takes a village to raise a child. ACS has been our village for many years. The faculty and staff have become a part of our family and no one loves a child more than family! ” ~ Martha H.
Dedicated to Preparing Students
With a solid, cohesive and integrated curriculum, ACS is dedicated to preparing students at each developmental stage with the building blocks to excel in academics, careers and other roles in life. The lessons learned at ACS extend far beyond any classroom, activity or competition by equipping the students with the lifelong skills to think critically, discern truth, and influence responsibly.
Every facet of academics and community at ACS reflects this goal. Our faculty, staff and coaches model it, and the lives of our alumni continue this legacy. Students are challenged academically, spiritually, socially and physically so they are equipped to lead fruitful lives that glorify God. Students are taught that God is the author and creator of all truth, all knowledge and all wisdom. All aspects of a student’s life are provided to foster personal spiritual growth, compassionate human outreach and strong leadership development.
Our curriculum not only meets, but also exceeds state standards. Since we do not “teach to the test”, we are able to build great minds, minds that have a basis of knowlege, can solve problems, draw conclusions, and have solid great problem solving skills. In addition, our students know how to access knowledge from a variety of sources, share information, and work in teams. As a result, we are able to develop problem solvers and critical thinkers. Because students learn to work independently and in teams, in a variety of settings, they become productive followers and effective leaders.