Learning is a journey of exploration, which only begins in the classroom. Student Life at Aucilla Christian Academy is filled with opportunities for students to pursue their interests and grow as part of a dynamic school community. Aucilla Christian Academy offers a variety of activities to enrich the growth of our students. We believe that the Word of God integrated into all areas of disciplines – spiritual, academic, athletic, and social – is the Lord’s calling on our school.
Aucilla Christian Academy was excited to start the new ACA Ambassador program in 2014 to allow student leaders with a servant heart for the Lord to serve the ACA community. ACA Ambassadors serve at many school events as helpful aides to campus visitors.
Beta Club is a youth organization that builds leadership and character through service. Besides having to maintain a cumulative “A” average (90 or above) in their studies, students must compete a total of 25 hours of community service.
Brain Bowl is an academic competition that places Aucilla Christian Academy teams against the teams from other schools in NAQT tournaments.
FCA is an interdenominational Christian sports ministry to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
Living Waters organizes several of ACA’s bi-weekly chapel programs by leading worship, acting in skits, and delivering a devotion.
ACA’s student governmental body is Student Council. Each high school grade elects two representatives who collectively elect officers than can introduce change in school policy.
Through organization, ad sales, and digital photography, the Yearbook Club learns excellent management and technology skills. They ensure that ACA’s yearbook is completed on time and looks great every year.
- Students who participate in clubs have less absences
- Students who participate in clubs have higher GPAs
- Students who participate in clubs score higher on standardized testing
- Students who participate in clubs are more likely to receive a bachelor’s degree
- Students who participate in clubs are more likely to receive an advanced degree