Offering courses to complement our curriculum in our Logic School and seeking to prepare students for graduation and University admissions, ACA continues our dedication to the purpose of “Developing Lifelong Leaders & Learners Loving the Lord” through the University Model. ACA began its Rhetoric School in 2015 and will have its first graduating class in 2019.
Our Christian based curriculum continues to build on the foundation for students to understand academics from a Biblical worldview, to articulate their understanding in their own words, to defend with facts and against rebuttal. Parents continue their partnership with instructors for students’ success. The role of the parent is described as a “Mentor-Teacher” at this level for both dependent and independent study, as a course monitor, and as a project assistant.
Our growing curriculum is supported by continuing efforts to provide leadership opportunities on campus and provide resources for opportunities for students to gain resume-building activities off campus. On campus opportunities range in areas of academics, athletics, discipleship, and service.