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What Others are Saying About ACA
CHRISTY & LOU Z.
We learned of Ambassador Christian Academy completely by blessed accident. We attended the Fall Trunk or Treat (now Fall Festival) the year before my son entered kindergarten and were drawn by how affordable the tuition was. It was no more than we were already paying for a babysitter who came to our house. We scheduled a tour and were so touched by the love and enthusiasm of the staff and administration.
We have been at Ambassador for three years now and have not regretted our decision. Our children are entering first and third grades and are ahead of grade level in most subjects. The Biblical teaching is so helpful in reinforcing things we are teaching at home as well. And our children have formed friendships that we pray will continue for years. I know private school can be a sacrifice in many areas—finances and time, specifically, but we have really found the benefits to far outweigh any inconveniences.
If you’re on the fence, please schedule a tour! Ask about scholarship opportunities and ways to make private school a reality (childcare FSAs, school district transportation credits). You won’t regret your decision!
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"Why did you choose ACA? Or what do you appreciate about ACA that you would share with others?" Parents responded:
We chose ACA because of the small classroom setting. The district we came from was large with a lot of kids in the classroom. [Our son] was very quiet and would not participate in class discussions. He immediately came out of his shell at ACA. We have stayed at ACA because of the community, the great education he is getting while building his confidence and growing his faith.
Coming from public school, we were looking for an environment that wasn't going to rush our kids into interacting with and processing life themes that they were not quite ready for yet. We were looking for a school that would be willing to partner with us in protecting the innocence and the purity of our kids' hearts. We love that ACA offers smaller class sizes which we know will serve each of our kids differently and is a much needed change.
We chose ACA because we wanted our son to be educated in a Christ-centered environment. We were impressed by the radio interview on the website and liked what we saw on the tour.
ACA is not as strict with a million rules just for the sake of having rules -- like other Christian schools. I like the feeling of grace. We’re all human… all trying to do the right thing for our children.
We chose ACA because the middle-school environment is like no other. Students are encouraged to be themselves, work hard, play hard, respect and care for each other.
We appreciate the small class sizes, individualized attention, faith-based curriculum and mindset of teachers and administrators.
I love that my daughter is so engaged. Last year was her best year academically and socially.
Quite honestly, when we came to visit ACA, it was for [two of our children]. We intended to put our other daughter in our public middle school. But when we walked through the school and experienced the love and special kind of peace that rests on the school, we looked at each other and knew it would be an amazing fit for her as well. We saw that she thrived in a smaller class during the year the her school was hybrid because of COVID and are hopeful that she will experience the same success with the smaller class sizes at ACA. We love that our kids are going to be hearing about God throughout their day as well!
I chose ACA for the traditional education and solid Christian values being taught. I also appreciate the close relationships between all students and staff. It's a wonderful atmosphere.
We love ACA and are so thankful to God for our experiences and relationships here. Our children are being taught academics and the Word of God well. Most importantly, they are taught the importance of Christian character. Our children have learned more than head knowledge here and they are daily being fed in the Spirit, and we have seen this fruit in our children's lives.
[Our daughter] started to fail during COVID remote learning -- she hated being virtual. In two months at ACA, she was on the honor roll! My husband and I also wanted her out of the public school and all the agendas that were being pushed on the kids. ACA is in line with our Christian beliefs.
We love many of the other families at ACA who are committed to a Christian education and teachers who love the students.
I feel God chose ACA for [my daughter]. After experiencing a huge loss, she struggled to find her way, but since starting here, I've seen her heart soften and genuine friendships form. I love being involved in a Bible-believing school!