News 2016

Posted: 12/22/16

Nearly $4000 Raised To Serve Others

Today at our annual Christmas Carol Sing, Jim Gajewski, Executive Director of Hope Clinic, was presented with a check for the almost $2000 raised by our students during the Haiti/Hope Multiplication Project in the fall. Through Jim's sharing, we hope that the students see that their efforts have real impact on the hundreds of lives impacted by the Hope Clinic ministry. Another check of almost $2000 was mailed to God's Littlest Angels Orphanage in Haiti.
Posted: 12/19/16

Focusing on Advent

In what has become a bit of a tradition for the last week of school before Christmas break, this week at 8am each day, before we dismiss the students to class, we will be showing a short music video to focus us on Advent and Christmas. Each morning, we will post that day's video. They can be seen here:
Posted: 12/13/16

First place for our varsity players

Congratulations to our boys' varsity basketball team for their 1st place win at the St. Paul Invitational Tournament this weekend!
Posted: 12/13/16

Tornado drill conducted

As required by Michigan law, we are posting notification that a tornado drill was conducted Tuesday, December 13 at 11am. It lasted five minutes.
Posted: 11/18/16

Read the latest Beacon Newsletter

The Beacon is in the mail, but you can also read it here in full color to get the best experience of the happenings at AACS!
Posted: 11/18/16

Fire drill conducted

As required by Michigan law, we are posting notification that a fire drill was conducted Friday, November 18 at 1:45pm. It lasted five minutes.
Posted: 11/4/16

New chapel banner revealed on Grandparents’ Day

We had another beautiful Grandparents' Day in which we honor and celebrate the special bond between grandchildren and grandparents (and a few great grandparents)! During the day, the new chapel banner for the year was revealed as well. We thank God for the role that grandparents play in shaping the lives of students at Ann Arbor Christian School in helping to raise the next generation of Daniels and Esthers who will hold God close to their hearts despite the tremendous pressures and changes around them and show Spirit-filled wisdom, humility, and conviction on how they engage and love the world around them.
Deuteronomy 4:9: Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them slip from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to your children’s children.
Posted: 11/3/16

Come to the Haiti/Hope Craft Fair & Pancake Breakfast

Early Christmas shopping? Come this Saturday from 8:30am-10:30am for our Haiti/Hope Craft Fair, featuring a huge assortment of amazing and creative items made by our very own students at Ann Arbor Christian School! The Craft Fair will occur during our Annual Pancake Breakfast, so bring friends and guests and enjoy great food, fellowship, and our students' projects. Please see the photos for a sneak peek! Credit cards will be accepted. The goal for each student is to multiply the seed money they received for their projects so that the funds raised can support Hope Medical Clinic in Ypsilanti and God's Littlest Angels Orphanage in Haiti.
Posted: 10/29/16

The day after the elections: What will it mean for us?
Posted: 10/25/16

An Olympic Story To Encourage Our Students

Today, New Zealand 1,500-m runner Nick Willis (silver in Beijing and bronze in Rio) blessed us with his story about how he became a Christian in college, the ups and downs of his life and running career, how he uses his unique God-given running abilities to honor God, and how he learned to root his identity and sense of worth away from himself and to God. During his time at Ann Arbor Christian School, he passed around his medals for students to see and signed his autograph (and a scriptural reference to 2 Timothy 1:3) for an eager crowd of AACS middle schoolers.