Why Choose Abilene Christian
At Abilene Christian School, we want our families and students to experience the difference we offer. At ACS, we are dedicated to encouraging the spiritual and academic growth of your child. Students can find an environment to develop a positive spirit of academic excellence, spiritual growth, creative ingenuity, and athletic distinction.
ACS students are challenged to develop to their full potential through a rigorous classroom instruction, athletic competition, music, art, extracurricular activities, and community service. In summary, our goal is to prepare students for success in their adult lives, so they can bring honor to the Lord Jesus Christ and make a positive impact in their world.
The mission of Abilene Christian School is to equip students to excel academically, serve meaningfully, and walk faithfully with God.
A fully accredited K-12 school, ACS has over 100 years of history of academic excellence and steady growth. School-wide performance on nationally normed standardized tests regularly exceeds national averages.
Education at Abilene Christian School is approached from a biblical perspective that acknowledges God as the Creator and Savior through Jesus Christ. This view shapes our faith and is integrated in all that we do.
Award Winning Programs
Students at ACS regularly compete at regional and state levels in Academics, Fine Arts, Athletics and Destination Imagination.
Elementary: K-5th grade students receive technology instruction in the classroom.
Secondary: Computer instruction is incorporated into the curriculum and all secondary students have technology instruction in the digital learning center on a weekly basis.
Students may accumulate college credit through dual enrollment partnerships with Cisco College and Abilene Christian University.
ACS strives to prepare all students for college by providing challenging and enriched classroom instruction. The Mrs. Robbins serves as our College/Academic Advisor and guides students through the college and scholarship application process.
K-5 students learn about a different culture and language through weekly Spanish classes. High school students complete a minimum of 2-years so Spanish as part of their foreign language requirement and may choose to continue advanced studies in Spanish III and IV.
- Art room
- Music/choir rooms
- The Digital Learning Center (6-12)
- Fully-equipped science labs (6-12)
- Playground and recess areas
- Gymnasium with full-size basketball and volleyball courts