Cheryl Moffatt recently earned a fourth advanced degree, a doctorate in psychology.
Luke Caton '21 doesn't shy away from a challenge and this one involved 200+ hours of extra lecture and study.
Our sixth-grade teacher team used 1 Thessalonians to remind students that spending time on friendships is what Jesus calls us to do.
This special first-grade class convinced their teacher that it was time to change the world, one prayer at a time.
The world has changed. This poem reminds us that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever. -Hebrews 13:8
Middle School heads outside to connect with God's creation and use it to create sculpture.
Thankfulness is spreading rapidly thanks to AACS students.
Zoom? Google Hangouts? Most of us were unaware one month ago that these online platforms would become our lifelines.