The high school curriculum includes core academic disciplines as well as elective courses. Our academics are designed to provide the knowledge and background for students to be college/career ready by graduation. Biblical integration remains a priority in all courses. All courses are taught with an emphasis on Biblical worldview so students can continue to understand who they are in Christ. Students are encouraged in their spiritual development through weekly chapel, small groups, and leadership opportunities. The high school curriculum is designed primarily with faith-based curriculum resources.
ACA High School offerings include:
- Weekly chapel and small groups
- Bible (daily)
- English/Language Arts
- Foreign Language
- Physical Education
- Fine Arts
High school students participate in the following enrichment activities: class and school wide service projects, community service, drama, speech meet, science fair (Grade 10), student council, chapel team, fine arts performances, Art Festival, Music Contest, seasonal class parties, spiritual retreats, mission trips, Washington DC trip, Homecoming and Spirit Week, and Spring Formal.
High school curriculum descriptions can be found here.
All high school students take the Iowa Assessments in the spring. In addition, 11th grade students take the PSAT and the ASVAB.