Annapolis Christian Academy is pleased to announce the selection of Kyle Long as the academy’s next Chief Development Officer. Kyle is no stranger to Annapolis. From 2004 to the present, he has successfully led Annapolis’ varsity boys basketball team as head coach, and from 2008-2011 Kyle served as a member of the Annapolis Board of Trustees and led the board’s capital fundraising efforts during that time. Since 2003, Kyle has served as the Executive Vice President of an Oil and Gas exploration company in Corpus Christi where he played a critical role in sales and development. However, his passion has always been education.
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.
Corpus Christi, Texas, is not Aiea, Hawaii. It’s a fact not lost on those of us who live here, and it was certainly not lost on thirteen year old Melissa Wilmot when her family received orders from Honolulu to her parents’ native Texas. A new climate, a new school, and a new (school) requirement for closed-toed shoes were not welcome adjustments to Melissa’s eighth grade year. Five years later, graduating as valedictorian of ACA’s Class of 2015, Melissa has clearly navigated those changes successfully. Through volleyball, basketball, track, painting, drawing, and writing, Melissa has contributed her time, her talents, and her humor to the ACA community.