American Christian School provides a vibrant, diverse extracurricular program for its students. Whether your child is athletically or artistically inclined, mechanical or mathematical, we proudly provide an array of teams and clubs to satisfy his or her unique interests.
ACS encourages the exploration of personal growth and fun experiences beyond the school walls. We further emphasize a love of learning through creative educational programs and organized activities both on and off-campus.
- Spelling Bee
- Bible Bee
- Math Bee
- Field Day
- Jr. Olympics
- Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
- Annual talent show
- Sledding on campus
- Spirit Week Water Day
- Spring and Christmas Concerts
- Father/Daughter Dance
- Dance classes and recitals
- Mother/Son Dance
- Mixed martial arts
The success of our Middle School Program is due in large part to our attention to more than traditional academics.
- Service and community projects foster leadership skills based on a love of service and outreach
- Academic and athletic competitions
- Debate and reasoning-based discussion
- Public speaking as a fundamental curriculum critical to a successful education
- Time management and organizational skills instruction addresses the unique needs of this age group
Life for an ACS student goes beyond academics; providing students with opportunities to grow and prepare for college.
Students are constantly exposed to opportunities to develop and lead initiatives from marketing their own high school to planning and implementing community service projects.
Extensive off-campus opportunities for learning are offered throughout high school including museums, concerts, theater, university lectures, United Nations, New York Stock Exchange, Picatinny Arsenal, restaurants and more.
A 3 day Christ-centered outdoor team-building program in the Poconos is a great way to kick of the school year for 9th and 10th graders. Juniors and Seniors participate in a week-long missions trip to Europe.
National Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta Society, Model United Nations, Missions, Art, Choir, Band, Bible Study, Prom, Media, Marketing, Math, Chess, Science and more.
The mission of American Christian School is to develop students who think critically, communicate effectively and excel academically for Christ. We believe that athletics are an integral part of this process. We desire athletes and coaches whom will give their best and try to win, consistently. Individual success at the team, conference, and state level is the dream of most athletes, and we hope that all ACS athletes will experience the thrill of performing well, winning championships, and of rising to one’s potential. Yet, the highest goal is to live a life that honors God. Alongside a faithful walk, we teach WHIM as a cornerstone of fulfilling this goal. Work Ethic, Humility, Integrity, and Maturity are aspects that we regard as important measures of every athlete’s spiritual growth.
We at American Christian School place Christ at the center of our curriculum and our daily lives. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to seeking God’s best for our students. We provide an environment conducive to both spiritual and academic growth utilizing the renowned framework of Classical Christian Education.
American Christian School endeavors to develop each student’s mind and spirit, inspiring them to become lifelong learners and individuals who value Christian principles and exemplify the four traits of our WHIM Character Program.
Work Ethic: A set of values based on the moral virtues of consistent hard work and diligence.
Humility: The willingness to be taught or corrected and the desire to honor others before self.
Integrity: A commitment to make the correct moral and ethical decision, even when forces are telling and pulling one to do otherwise.
Maturity: Wisdom, born out of life events that give individuals the ability to express the right emotion at the right intensity and the discernment to interpret others’ emotions.
Every aspect of ACS is founded on a relationship with Jesus Christ
Teacher Devotion: Every morning teachers gather to pray and prepare for the day
Chapel: Students attend once a week for praise and worship and inspirational speakers
Service Projects: Every student is continually involved in community service projects such as working in soup kitchens, caring for handicapped children, collecting toys for homeless children and much more
Strengthen Their Walk With the Lord
Formal Bible training
Biblical viewpoint in every course
Taught to defend and articulate beliefs
Same beliefs shared by the entire surrounding community i.e., teachers, peers, parents, speakers