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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ACA

Abbeville Christian Academy recently completed its reaccreditation process.  We are pleased to announce that we were fully accredited by AISA/AdvancED for another 5 years.  The independent review team that assessed our school was very complimentary of our faculty, staff, facilities, and students.

Thank you to our ACA “family” for all the time and effort that you devoted during this evaluation.

Abbeville Christian Academy is a member of, or holds an accreditation status with the following organizations; (AISA) Alabama Independent School Association, AdvanceED (SACS), The College Board, The American College Testing Program, The National Beta Club, National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the Abbeville Chamber of Commerce.

ACA continues to maintain a level of excellence as demonstrated by the attainment of "Blue Ribbon School" status for 15 consecutive years (2001-2015).  This classification is given by the AISA to schools that maintain a high level of excellence in the areas of student and teacher performance, facilities, student life, and community life. 

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.