- Our graduate earned a cumulative grade point average of 4.0.
- Our eight seniors have been awarded over $253,000 in scholarships.
- Seven students were inducted into the first ever Eagle Chapter of the National Honor Society.
- Fifteen students participated in ACSI’s Math Olympics with the following placements: Two 2nd place, one 4th place, and one 5th place.
- Math club for secondary students was started in the fall. It met twice a month with an average attendance of 11 students.
- Seventh through twelfth grade students were represented by their peers in students council, meeting biweekly. These students were responsible for helping organize homecoming festivities, helping with set up of Operation Christmas Child, organizing and selling wristbands for cancer research, helping raise money for a Haiti Relief Project, and helping with Grandparents’ Day.
- ACA’s Science Fair resulted in thirty-four students earning a blue ribbon with five perfect scores. Five students earned excellent ratings.
- Twenty-two ACA elementary students participated in the ACSI Elementary District Speech Meet. Thirteen students received superior ratings and seven students received outstanding ratings.
- Sixty-seven secondary students particiapted in ACA’s speech meet with some participating in more than one category. Thirtenn superior ratings were achieved and thirty-six excellent ratings were achieved. No Iowa ACSI secondary speech meet was available for ACA students to attend.
- Two ACA students achieved second place in the ACSI Spelling Bee. Two additional students received fourth place and one achieved a sixth place award. One student qualified for the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee.
- Three students participated in the ACSI Creative Writing contest. Two students earned superior ratings and one student earned an excellent rating.
- Football: ACA-ICA 8-man varsity fooball team (second year) were district winners and state qualifiers for the first time. One player was named to the 1st team all-state quarterback. Two players were named to the first team all-district football team and three players were named to the second team all-district. One players was named District 6 Offensive Player of the Year 2009.
- Volleyball: This was the first winning season in conference play with a 5-4 record. One ACA volleyball player achieved 1st team all-conference.
- Boys’ Basketball: The ACA boys’ basketball team won the Rolling Hills Conference championship. The boys’ basketball team were state qualifiers for the first time which represented the final 8 out of 141 Class 1A teams in Iowa. ACA was the smallest school represented in the 1A state basketball playoffs. One ACA students was named to the 1st Team All-State, 1st team All-Sub-State, and 1st team All-Conference. Another students was named 1st team All-District and 1st team All-Conference. A third students was named 2nd team All-Conference.
- Girls’ Basketball: The ACA girls’ basketball team closed its season iwth the most wins since ACA joined the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Unior and the Rolling Hills Conference in 2004.
- Golf: ACA golfers achieved the following: two players were awarded First Team all-district golf, one players was awarded district golf tournament medalist, one player was awarded regional golf tournament medalist, one player was awarded First Team all-state, one player was awarded second team all-state golf, one player was awarded conference golf medalist, one player was awarded class 1A Golf State Tournament runner-up medalist, and one player achieved class 1A Golf State Player of the year.
- Track: One student qualified for all-conference track. One student qualified for all-district track. Two students qualified for state.
- ACA was represented in the Rolling Hills Art Fair. ACA students were awarded the following at the art fair: two first place winners, one second place winner, three third place winners, one fourth place winner, and 17 honorable mention placements.
- The ACA art show was on display in the lobby for two weeks displaying artwork from DK-12th grade students. The theme of this year’s art show was “Op Art.” Every class was able to study a speficif Op artist and create art that was reflective of that specific art style.
- Five students were selected for honor band.
- In the South Central Iowa Bandmasters Association (SCIBA) during the instrumental solo/ensemble contest, six students received 1+ (highest rating) and two earned 1 ratings.
- The drama department presented two plays. The fall play, A Night in the Spotlight, gave one showing to over 200 people. Our spring musical, Hello, Dolly!, held three performances to sell-out audiences of 300 each.
- ACA held Christmas and spring vocal concerts for preschool programs and for grades DK to twelve. Christmas and spring instrumental concerts for grades five through twelve were also held.
- Ten students were involved in the chapel team which lead the music and worship portion of secondary chapels each Wednesday. Elementary students led the elementary chapel worship.
- Weekly Bible studies were offered for secondary students.
- Our high school student was chosen to be one of the seven high school students to pray for our country during the National Day of Prayer ceremony. ACA’s fourth graders participated in the National Day of Prayer by singing patriotic songs. The ACA students council members attended the event.