The purpose of the House System is to establish a representative voice of the interest and concerns of the student body to administration. The House System will also coordinate student activities, promote school spirit, and foster spiritual growth among our fellow students and ourselves. House System members will serve our God, our school, our community, and our peers as Christ served us, and gain experience in leadership and servant skills that they will use throughout their lives.
Alliance Christian Academy students in grades 9-12 are assigned into one of four Houses. Each House has its own unique characteristics: namesake, crest, colors, scripture, and symbols. A House Faculty Leader and several student leaders lead each House. The Houses compete for points in a wide variety of categories throughout the school year, including academics, sports, community service, intramural, extra-curricular activities, and attendance.
House relics will be awarded each semester for different categories. The house with the most points for the school year will be awarded the House Trophy. The House System will provide opportunities for the students to participate in social and school spirit activities, service projects, and spiritual growth opportunities including chapel and other assemblies.