Zoom? Google Hangouts? Most of us were unaware one month ago that these online platforms would become our lifelines.
Dancing the night away with Dad was a showstopper!
Our 6th Graders spent Tuesday mornings in February celebrating and learning about African American history and culture.
The Annapolis Lower School's chapel featured i5 City's Pastor Mack, mini-biographies of trailblazing African Americans, and a song first published in 1967.
The Freshmen-Sophomore basketball team got up early a few Saturdays ago volunteer at BMore Caring's warehouse in Glen Burnie.
A trip to a local museum and a visit from a retired U.S. Navy captain had students captivated by the science of flight.
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