Fourth grade students found compelling evidence that owls don't chew their food during a science lab.
Parent Ed Stolle discusses his calling to help kids on Behind the Mike, a new podcast garnering national attention.
Back in school online or in-person is an exercise in patience and grace mixed with a little humor.
The Class of 2024 started high school this year. It's a new beginning they will never forget.
With cross country, football, volleyball, field hockey, and soccer seasons postponed, kickball is stepping up to the plate and the Gazette took notice.
Check out some of the sweet moments from the first day of school and learn how to find our reopening page.
Cheryl Moffatt recently earned a fourth advanced degree, a doctorate in psychology.
of AACS graduates go on to attend college
Local Christian Churches represented by our families
Student Teacher Ratio
Clubs to Choose From
students enrolled in 2019-20 school year
Sports in Middle and Upper School
AP Courses for Upper School Students
Years ago AACS opened its doors
International Students at our Upper School campus
Area counties where AACS students come from