Two lower school students work through a math problem

Looking ahead to the next school year, AACS families with students in grades 3 through 5 will see an enhanced math program and enrichment opportunities.

MS Bible Teacher Dannii Graham teaches her class

In describing her path to her position as AACS Bible teacher, Ms. Graham said, "I often asked God, ‘What do you want from me? Show me which passion you want me to follow.’ I am fully convinced that my life belongs to the Lord. He is using all my passions."

Fourth-graders pose dressed as historical figures.

The AACS fourth-grade project that started in December culminated today in the opening of the the Living History Museum. Fellow classmates were introduced to historical figures, showcasing scientists/creators, explorers, entertainers, athletes, and leaders.

Girls varsity game during the annual Pink Out event

The 16th Annual Pink Out held at the end of January added more than $2000 to the over $100,000 the event has raised since its start in 2008.

The robotics club members coached by Engineering and Technology teacher Mrs. Smith

With creativity and technical skill, the Robotics Team loves to compete.

Sports & Service: A Liberty Journal Article

2020 alumni and star soccer player Luke Eberle has been busy at Liberty University following graduation. Beyond shining on the pitch, his charity work with Samaritan's Feet based in Charlotte, North Carolina has raised over $40,000 which has provided over 3100 pairs of shoes to children in countries such as Ukraine.

Utilize Me As Your Servant

AACS junior Sam Boggs is an active part of the Chapel Band and Honors Dramatis and loves the experiences the AACS arts program affords students, such as attending the Maryland Thespian Festival. He has
auditioned for many of the school's plays and musicals, playing Scuttle and Chef Louie in the 2023 production of Disney's The Little Mermaid and Mr. Darcy in the 2023 fall production of Pride & Prejudice.