Students at Alamance Christian School are actively engaged in pursuits of social, athletic, artistic, academic, and various other endeavors. Alamance Christian School is held in high regard by the local community for the varied student achievements as well as support of the local community.
- ACS 2017-18 Calendar
- Tentative Calendar for the 2017-2018 school year
- Open House Schedule
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- Earn Free Books for ACS with Kellogg and Scholastic
- DETAILS: Court Injunction Lifted on Scholarship Program
- The following presws release was sent to Dr. Hodges and
gives the most complete and up-to-date information we have.
*Link to Release*
- ACS Appoints New 6th Grade Teacher for 2014-15
- Alamance Christian School is pleased to announce the
addition of Mr. Nathan Watkins to the ACS faculty for the
2014-2015 school year. Mr. Watkins will filling the role of
sixth grade teacher. Mrs. Amy Freeman, who has taught sixth
grade for several years will be moving to the second grade.
She will fill the role vacated by Mrs. Sarah Sellew, who
will be leaving our staff at the end of this school year.
- ACS at the NCCSA 2014 Fine Arts Festival (a glimpse)
- Warrior Field Dedication and First Game (new pictures added)
- IT WAS A GREAT DAY FOR BASEBALL on March 24th when we held
our inaugural game on Warrior Field at Alamance Christian
School! The first pitch was thrown in memory of Pastor Danny
Miles. The game was played against Gospel Light.
- Students' posters show excitement for upcoming Wheel Day
- Dianna T. Benson, Author, to Speak at Alamance Christian School
- Dianna T. Benson is a North Carolina author of Christian
fiction in the suspense genre. She released her first book
in the Cayman Islands Triology, The Hidden Son, in March
2013 and the second book, Persephone’s Fugitive, is
set to release in November 2014. Due to release in May 19,
2014 is the first book in the Quigley Triplets Trilogy,
- DNA Sequences Tell Who-Dun-It
- The AP Biology class of Alamance Christian School went to
North Carolina Central University on Tuesday, February 11,
for a biotechnology lab developed by Betty Brown, Director
of Educational Outreach Programs. The students were given
synthetic DNA from a "crime scene" and DNA from
two supposed perpetrators. Their job was to successfully
compare the DNA sequences using gel electrophoresis. The
verdict was read...crime scene perpetrator #1 was guilty of
the supposed crime!