News 2021

Posted: 12/8/21

ThinkFirst presents to AACS 5th Grade

  Each year AACS 5th graders do a unique study in their science unit on the human body system, while also reading the biography of Joni Eareckson Tada. This year they were blessed to have presenters from St. Joseph Mercy Hospital’s ThinkFirst Program. ThinkFirst’s mission is to prevent brain, spinal cord, and other traumatic injuries through education, research, and advocacy. Presenters were Joseph Keen, a paramedic, and Todd Hammons, a man who has experienced a traumatic injury leading to paralysis. This is part of a hands-on experience the students have where they each take turns spending a day in a wheelchair at school, where they experience a small taste of the challenges of these injuries. Thank you to our presenters! #AACSlife
Posted: 11/20/21

Beacon Newsletter — November 2021

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Posted: 10/19/21

First, and Hopefully Annual, 8th Grade Retreat

Leading chapel families, participating in fundraisers and being positive role models in the middle school are all important jobs for our 8th graders. Many of the students have looked forward to these opportunities for many years and were eager to jump into these new responsibilities. Being effective in these new roles, however, doesn’t always come naturally, so the 8th graders took a day off from their typical academics to spend time learning about leadership, bonding as a class, and planning for their chapel families.

On the retreat, the 8th graders had to get creative as they navigated working together as a team on the low ropes course, stretching their problem-solving skills and strengthening their communication skills. We dug into Scripture, explored how Jesus exemplifies “servant leadership” and took time to focus on this as we discussed the many ways that the 8th graders can lead their chapel families and younger middle school friends with a Christ-like attitude.   We pray that the skills learned during the retreat will carry the 8th graders through a successful year as leaders here at AACS, and then beyond our walls and hallways as they head into high school and beyond. #AACSlife
Posted: 9/23/21

AACS Spirit Week Celebration 2021!

  AACS had a great spirit week celebrating the kick-off of our 30th Anniversary year. Ann Arbor Christian School has been blessed to be growing and serving the Ann Arbor area and looking forward to many years to come, Lord willing. This short video is from the closing day of our spirit week with Hawaiian day ... and ice cream!! Be sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for more pictures and information. #aacslife #aacs30thanniversary
Posted: 8/2/21

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Posted: 6/14/21

CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2021!

CONGRATULATIONS to the AACS Class of 2021!! We are so proud of you all and will continue to pray for each of you as you begin your high school journey. Please come back and visit us anytime! Bless you and have a fabulous summer!! #AACSlife
Posted: 5/6/21

National Day of Prayer 2021

Today is National Day of Prayer! AACS 8th graders led the way this morning as they stood and prayed around the flagpole for our nation. As a school, we all joined with other Christians around the U.S., reminded of our call to pray for others … for our nation, our leaders, our city, our church, our families, and our personal walk with Christ. May we be faithful. May we remember to pray in all things, in all times, for all our lives. Join us today as we pray through 1 Timothy 2:1-6. #AACSlife #nationaldayofprayer
Posted: 4/23/21

Alumni Parent Guest Speaks to AACS 8th Graders About Engines

We love having alumni parents returning as guest speakers! Here, an alumni parent who is a Ford engineer talked with our 8th graders about engines. #AACSlife #nextgenerationsciencestandards #faithandscience
Posted: 4/12/21

AACS Resurrection Chapel 2021

Experiencing our Resurrection Chapel is always special at AACS, and this year it came with an extra surprise for the students, faculty and staff! For the first time this school year we gathered outside together for our all school Resurrection Chapel! We still followed safety protocols, but being outside gave us a slice of “normal” where we were able to come together to sing praises and celebrate the resurrection of our Lord! So thankful!! Be sure to check out our Facebook page to watch the video!
“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Matt. 28:6
Posted: 3/23/21

Beacon Newsletter – March 2021

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