Abbeville Christian Academy was created to provide a Christian environment in which to develop well-educated, well-disciplined students with positive self-esteem, a sense of fair play, and the leadership skills needed for the 21st century. We seek to develop students' characters, spiritual values, intellects, patriotism, leadership and individuality. Parental support and participation are vital to our success. ACA will maintain a student-centered philosophy with realistic objectives, realizing that the student's well-being and education are the total reasons for our existence. Through the instruction and guidance offered at the Abbeville Christian Academy, we will strive to develop the following in each child.
Abbeville Christian Academy family our new faculty members for the 2015-16 school year. The new teachers are: (L-R) Bro. Ross Kilpatrick, Ms. Chelsea Johnson, Ms. Jordan Perrin, Mr. Rusty Estes and Ms. Chari McNelley.
Abbeville Christian Academy Daughters of the American Revoultion (DAR) Good Citizenship Award recipient for 2015 is Drex Roach. Students selected for the DAR Good Citizenship Award are chosen based on outstanding qualities of leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism. Drex was nominated by the faculty of ACA and elected by his fellow classmates to receive this prestigious award. We congratulate Drex on being selected as the ACA DAR Good Citizenship 2015 recipient and thank him for his leadership at ACA.
Abbeville Christian Academy is proud to recognize the students who qualify for the Duke University Talent Identification Program 7th Grade Talent Search for 2015. Since 1980, more than 2.5 million high ability students have participated in the Duke TIP's talent searches. ACA students being added to this list of distinguished students in 2015 are Jackson Blalock and Gracie Williams. To be eligible for this selection, these students obtained a qualifying score at or above the 95th percentile on the SAT-10. Congratulations go out these outstanding students on their accomplishment.
Abbeville Christian Academy will host a "College Preparation for Parents" workshop. The workshop will be on September 24, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., for parents of 6th - 12th grade students.The workshop will be held in the ACA lunchroom. The workshop facilitator will be Ms. Charlotte Williams. Ms. Williams is the founder and director of the SAEOC which is dedicated to preparing students and parents as they enter post-secondary education. Along with Ms. Williams, we will be privileged to have Ms. Karen Pridgen, education advisor for the SAEOC. These two ladies have a wealth of information about the college admission process to share at our workshop.
The ACA "College Preparation for Parents" workshop will focus on two areas of importance for admission to college. One area is directed towards encouraging parents and students to research, early and often, college entrance requirements. Secondly, the workshop will highlight the steps parents of 10th-12th grade students should be taking as their children begin the college admissins process.
We expect the workshop to be informative for those in attendance and we look forward to seeing you there.