We invite you consider how you can contribute to the Eagle Experience. The Annapolis Area Christian School Anchor Fund supports the school's tuition assistance program, enabling over 300 students to attend our school. The Friends of Fine Arts supports our dynamic arts program. The Business Partnership Program offers individuals and organizations the opportunity to support AACS athletics at different levels. We invite you to explore the three giving programs we have created, and prayfully consider how you can support AACS.

Making Christian Education Possible

The Anchor Fund is primarily a source of revenue enabling Annapolis Area Christian School to provide tuition assistance for more students to experience our distinctively Christian education. The Anchor Fund is critical to keeping Christ-centered educational excellence affordable for mission-fit families. Last year, AACS provided $1.7 million in tuition assistance. Consider a gift today and help us award needs-based financial aid to families.

Ways to Give

Donate with a credit card
Donate through ACH
Donate with PayPal

To make a donation by check, please make it payable to: Annapolis Area Christian School, C/O Development.

Mail to: 
Annapolis Area Christian School
Development Office
109 Burns Crossing Rd.
Severn, MD 21144
Severn Lower School students perform at spring concert

With your support, the Anchor Fund will continue to be a source of revenue, enabling over 300 students to attend our school. Please consider donating to the Anchor Fund.


More Ways to Support AACS

Donate to Friends of Fine Arts
Donate to the Business Partnership Program

Why Support Christian Education

Data from 4,000+ students and 450+ schools over the last 10 years (Cardus Education Survey) shows graduates of protestant Christian schools are:


They have more clarity about their goals in life and are in jobs that fulfill their callings.


They are equipped to engage relationally, have fewer feelings of hopelessness and show more respect for authority in society.


They are grateful for income/possessions and volunteer more hours in community service.


They are less likely to get divorced, more likely to pray with others, and more likely to be involved in a local church.