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High School and Middle School Students Receive Recognition for Athletic Participation

High school and middle school students who played on an ACS sports team during the 2016-2017 school year received recognition for their participation, leadership, and athletic abilities at awards programs on June 2 and 5. At the high school awards event, it was a time to celebrate and reflect on a year of outstanding accomplishments. […]

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Cougars Win 2nd Straight Baseball, Softball Titles

We’re No. 1! The Varsity Boys’ Baseball team and the Varsity Girls’ Softball team won their second straight Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference titles with victories in championship games on June 3.  Two ACS players were also named the TSCAC MVPs — senior pitcher Dakota Hitchner and sophomore shortstop and pitcher Solomon Griffith. Varsity Boys’ coach […]

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Baccalaureate Service Time of Prayer, Praise, and Special Recognition

The Baccalaureate Service on Monday, June 5 was a time of prayer, praise, and inspiring messages from ACS high school faculty members that reminded the Class of 2017 to draw upon the Biblical foundation built at ACS and to follow the plans God has for their lives. A number of students received special recognition for […]

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God Bless the Class of 2017

ACS Graduates 25 at June 7 Commencement At ACS, we’re a family — that was the recurring theme at Atlantic Christian’s commencement exercises held on Wednesday, June 7 in the ACS gymnasium. “I will dearly miss the family I have here at ACS,” said salutatorian Joanna Noto. “Each of us has our own unique spiritual […]

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PreK4 Students Raise and Release Butterflies

Students in Miss Dawn’s PreK 4 class experienced the joy of watching caterpillars grow, form a chrysalis, and finally emerge as monarch butterflies before they released them on Wednesday, June 9 Though this was a great science lesson, Miss Dawn used this as a spiritual analogy: how God can transform us once we know Him as […]

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9TH GRADE STUDENTS CREATE ROLLER COASTER REPLICAS

Students in Miss Stonelake’s 9th grade science class were asked to create their very own roller coaster replicas as part of a class project that they presented to their fellow students on Wednesday, June 7. Students were required to include hills, loops, decorations, and a vehicle that can travel through the entire coaster without stopping. The […]

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4th Graders Learn About the Life of NJ Scallop Fishermen

The students in Mrs. Hoover’s 4th grade class learned all about the challenging life of New Jersey scallop fishermen during a field trip Tuesday to Cape May. The class was hosted by ACS grandparents Tom and Sherri McNulty, who own and operate several scallop boats docked at The Lobster House. The trip was a great […]

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McKinnons Share Experiences as Missionaries at Faculty, Staff Devotions

Throughout the school year, ACS faculty and staff meet before school each Tuesday morning for devotions and prayer. This week, the devotions were led by two ACS faculty members in their first year at ACS — 3rd grade teacher Simone McKinnon and her husband Matthew, who teaches computers.  They opened the meeting with the song, […]

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Cougars Heading to Baseball, Softball Championship Games on Saturday

The Cougars are heading to the Championship games! The Varsity Boys’ Baseball and the Varsity Girls’ Softball teams will compete Saturday afternoon in the Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference Championship games after handily winning their playoff games on Thursday. Senior Carl Phillips (at far left) pitched a no-hitter, leading the Varsity Boys to a 10-0 win […]

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Preschool Celebrates Bike Day

May is National Bike Month and to join the effort to emphasize the importance of exercise and fitness some 80 students in PreK3 and PreK4 brought their bicycles, tricycles, and scooters to school on Tuesday for “Bike Day.” Under sunny blue skies, the students rode around the track for an hour, joined by teachers and […]

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