ACA currently offers both academic and enrichment classes for students in 6th-9th grade, with the vision to grow to include additional high school level courses each year. ACA students may elect to enroll for the whole school day (5 course hours), or select to enroll for either 4 or 3 course hours. An additional 2 hours of Study Hall may be added to a student’s courses. As ACA emphasizes community, all students are to be present for lunch hour (noon) regardless of the number of classes selected. Our 2018-2019 classes are below.
2018-2019 Class Schedule+
+Subject to change per enrollment.
Links to course textbooks and supplies are located on each course page. These links (to Christianbook.com) are solely for the purpose of obtaining the correct materials. You may obtain those text and supplies anywhere of your choosing.
ACA Recommended Course Sequence
ACA’s Recommended Course Sequence (RCS) is the “Suggested Sequence” noted above. Although students are not limited to the RCS, those students following ACA’s RCS will be given first priority into classes. As ACA limits our class size, enrollment in an ACA course is based upon the RCS and then upon the date a student registers.
General Course Information…
ACA divides subjects between home and class. However, ACA understands that the responsibility for the education of a child rests with the parents. Our classes are designed to assist, not replace, the parent in homeschooling. However, we strive to assist home educators by keeping the bulk of course work in the classroom. Our academic course pages will note the estimated time a student should expect to work on the subject outside of class. Our elective classes are designed to have little to no homework outside of class. Academy teachers are carefully selected on the basis of Christian faith and character, experience, gifting by God in teaching, degrees and certifications. Our classes are limited to 12 students to enable our instructors to provide an engaging learning environment.