Samantha Wilmot is the Salutatorian of the Class of 2016 and will graduate with a GPA of 3.99 and top academic honors. Here she reflects on her experience as a high school student at Annapolis. Congratulations Samantha from all of us at Annapolis Christian Academy! May God richly bless you!
The valedictorian of Annapolis Christian Academy’s class of 2016, Megan Greige, delivered the following testimony to parents and students at Annapolis’ annual Open House event on January, 28 2016. We are so proud of Megan’s accomplishments but most of all for the kindness she has displayed to everyone during her time at Annapolis and for her servant leadership. We will miss her greatly but it is with joy that we send her on to fulfill the calling that God has placed on her life and we are honored to have played a small part in preparing her for that calling!
Do you ever get the feeling that God is trying to tell you something?
The Christian Business Association in conjunction with Annapolis Christian Academy invites you to lunch with
Peter B. Hansen, Headmaster of Annapolis Christian Academy
(Peter will be sharing his testimony and talking about how his faith impacts his role as an educational leader)
Warrior Week is a unique and fun Annapolis tradition that celebrates what it means to be a Warrior. Though traditions like Warrior Week are fun and lighthearted, there is a serious intent behind them: the cultivation of a spirit of courage and conviction that will ennoble the souls of our students and form them into virtuous young men and women capable of leadership. We hope you enjoy this highlight video of the 2014 Warrior Week.
I don’t like running. I don’t like much exercise, to be honest. It’s hard. It leaves me sore. It makes me sweat a lot. Stuff blows in my face when I’m trying to enjoy the gentle Corpus breeze. So exercising is not something I look forward to.
I am a history teacher, but that is not ALL that I teach. In my classroom I use the subject of history as a vehicle to teach about life, to teach about God and His creation. This may seem cliché, but let me explain exactly what I mean.
Parents are the most vital constituency in any Christian school. They entrust their children to teachers and administrators during the formative years; they pay tuitions that underwrite a school’s existence; they volunteer their time, talents, and treasure to provide needed support for a school’s operations. While schools exist in part to serve the needs of children, a serious case can be made that a Christian school’s primary reason for existence is to serve the needs of parents.
New Parent Orientation
Thursday, August 6th 6 pm
New parents have the opportunity to get all their first day, first week and first year questions answered at this brief and informative meeting. We will meet in the cafeteria at 6 pm and walk you through how the first day of school will go, what the first convocation is all about and where you need to put all those school supplies. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about our school. RSVP below.