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ACS Diversity Chorale Concert a Meaningful Performance

The Atlantic Christian School Diversity Chorale Concert on March 21 was especially meaningful this year as the directors drew upon Psalm 19:14: May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing to Thee, O’ Lord.” The concert opened with the 33-member band, under the direction of Shirlene Perini, performing three […]

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Mini Silent Auction For ACS Items – Bidding Ends Thursday, March 30

Here are the exciting details on a new, mini silent auction featuring items linked to ACS upcoming events, camps, and spirit-wear. This auction will be held at ACS all next week, starting on Monday, and ending Thursday, March 30. The baskets will be set up in lobby near the school office. The items will have a starting […]

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Standardized Testing To Begin Next Week

As a friendly reminder, standardized testing for all students in Kindergarten through 11th grade will be held next week — from Monday, March 27 to Wednesday, March 29. Make-up testing, if necessary, will be on Thursday, March 30. Please make sure your child receives plenty of rest each night, eats a healthy breakfast, and comes to […]

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Baseball/Softball Season Getting Underway

The Baseball/Softball Season is getting underway. Both our Varsity Boys’ Baseball Team and the Varsity Girls’ Softball Team are the defending Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference champions. We are looking forward to fielding two strong varsity teams again this year. The Varsity Boys’ Baseball Team, being coached by Ray Picking and his assistant Charlie Rhodes, had its first practice […]

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After-School Drama Showcase – Wed. March 22

      Our winter After-School Program was a great success! One of the classes, Elementary Dynamics of Drama, is concluding its 10-class session with a brief showcase this Wednesday, March 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Parents and friends are welcome to attend this free showcase that will feature 10 drama students in grades 1-4. […]

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Diversity Concert Rescheduled For March 21

The concert has been rescheduled, so you still have a chance to enjoy our wonderful bands and chorales! ACS families and friends are invited to a sacred concert celebrating life and diversity presented by the ACS Upper School Bands and Chorales on Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the ACS gymnasium. Admission is free.

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Varsity Baseball/Softball Season Underway

The Baseball/Softball Season is getting underway. For high school students, the Varsity Boys’ Baseball Team, being coached by Ray Picking and his assistant Charlie Rhodes, had its first practice on March 13. The Varsity Girls’ Softball Team, coached by Dara Kimmerley, had its first practice on March 15. It’s not too late to sign up! If […]

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Classroom Cameo – Second Graders Create Robots Out of Recycled Materials

Reduce, reuse, and recycle — that was the theme of a life science project in Miss Williams’ second grade class this past month as the students created robots out of recycled materials. “We have been learning about the importance of protecting the earth’s habitats and conservation is one important way to do that,” said Miss […]

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Students Sample Healthy Smoothies For Green Mustache Day

On March 8, students in grades K-5 sampled green smoothies during lunch as they participated in “Green Mustache Day,” a fun annual activity that promotes healthy eating. The smoothies, that included fresh kale, bananas, and apples, were blended up by the students in Mrs. Lewis’ middle school cooking class. ACS participated in Green Mustache Day as part […]

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Intramural Basketball Showcase Game Gives Young Players a Chance to Shine

The intramural basketball program wrapped up its 2016-2017 season with an exciting after-school game between the two squads on Tuesday, March 7, complete with warm-up music and team introductions, just like the high school varsity team games. The students from Kindergarten through 6th grade learned skills and scrimmaged for six weeks during the winter months. […]

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