- Two graduates earned a cumulative grade point average of 4.0.
- Seniors have been awarded over $236,000 so far in scholarships.
- Five students were inducted into the Eagle Chapter of the National Honor Society in February, 2011 to add to the eight members currently involved in National Honor Society.
- Twenty-six students participated in ACSI’s Math Olympics, with the four students placing in the top five.
- Seventh through twelfth grade students are represented by their peers in student council, meeting biweekly. They were responsible for helping organize homecoming festivities, helping with Operation Christmas Child, kindergarten roundup, Elementary Speech Meet, and Grandparents’ Day.
- ACA’s Science Fair resulted in twenty-nine students earning superior (blue) ribbons with three perfect scores. Sixteen students earned excellent (red) ribbons.
- All students first through sixth grade participated in the ACA Elementary Speech Meet. Thirty-four students received superior ratings in the ACA Elementary Speech Meet and 42 students received excellent ratings. No Iowa ACSI Elementary Speech meet was available for ACA students to attend.
- Seventy-five secondary students participated in ACA’s speech meet, with some participating in more than one category. Twenty superior ratings were achieved and thirty-seven excellent ratings were achieved. No Iowa ACSI secondary speech meet was available for ACA students to attend.
- One student received a fourth place award, and one achieved a fifth place award in the ACSI Spelling Bee.
- Seventeen students participated in the ACSI Creative Writing contest. Three students earned Superior ratings and six students earned an excellent rating. One high school student received a blue (superior) ribbon, and one elementary student received a red (excellent) ribbon from ACSI.
- The tenth grade English class was invited to attend a live broadcast discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird at Iowa Public Television.
- One student was awarded Central Iowa High School Male Athlete of the Year 2010.
- Football: One player was named District 6 Special Teams Player of the Year 2010, two players were awarded First Team all-district football, one player was named Second Team all-state football, and one player will be a Shrine Bowl participant in July, 2011. One player was the first in high school state history to have 5000 yards passing and 4000 yards rushing.
- Volleyball: One ACA volleyball player achieved first team all-conference.
- Girls’ Basketball ACA girls’ team set a record of 14 wins and 10 loses. The team won their first ever regional game. One student was selected to first team all conference, one student was selected to all district, one student was selected to play in the Iowa high school all star game, one student led the state in rebounding, and one student was named all conference honorable mention.
- Boys’ Basketball: ACA boys’ basketball team was awarded First Team All State. One student achieved Iowa’s 29th all time record in scoring with 2,015 points, 25th all time record in 3 point shots made, and 6th all time record in assists and steals.
- Golf: In 2011, ACA golfers achieved the following: two players were runner-ups in the Class 1A State Co-Ed Golf Tournament, one student was invited to participate in the “Parade of Champions” at the Wells Fargo Arena, one player was the Class 1A State Golf Champion for the second time, one player was sectional medalist and one player was sectional runner-up, two players were named First Team All-State, two players were named Second Team All-State, one player was named conference medalist, one player was named runner-up conference medalist, three other players placed in the top six at the 2011 Conference Tournament, one player was District medalist, one player was Regional medalist, two players were named First Team All-District golf, and one player was named First Team All-Tournament Team. The boys golf team was Sectional Champion. The girls golf team was District champions and Conference champions.
- 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: three first place winners, two third place winners, one fifth place winner, and five honorable mention placements.
- The ACA Art show was on display in the lobby for two weeks in April, 2011, displaying artwork from DK-12th grade students.
- Two students were selected for honor band.
- In the South Central Iowa Bandmasters Association (SCIBA) during the instrumental solo ensemble contest, nine students received 1+ (highest rating) and nine earned 1 ratings. Two students were awarded the best of center for each of the two centers.
- The drama department presented two plays. The fall play, “The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens” gave three performances to over 250 people each with a dinner held between a matinee and evening performance. Our spring musical, “Annie Get Your Gun” held three performances to sell-out audiences of over 275 each and one understudy performance.
- 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.
- One student was named Ankeny Youth Council Youth of the Year due to efforts to raise money to send Ethiopian orphans to school and other missions related activities and fundraising.
- Eight secondary students were involved consistently in the chapel team which led the music and worship portion of secondary chapels each Wednesday. Selected elementary students led the elementary chapel worship.
- Student council members were active in raising money/donations for Operation Christmas Child.
- Students council members organized a first ever ACA winter spiritual retreat for high school students.
- Student council members wrote thank you letters to chapel speakers.
- One 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.
- A weekly Bible study was offered for secondary females.
- A student participated in Talents for Christ in the category of Interpretation of Scripture and received third place in Iowa. He will be competing nationally in summer, 2011.