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ACA Pitcher Signs with Auburn University

Garrett Deloney, a class of 2014 graduate of Alabama Christian Academy, signed a scholarship award from and formally committed to Auburn University Monday. As a pitcher for ACA, left-handed Deloney was a key component to a 27-8 Eagles team that went to the Class 4A State Playoffs and was a recipient of numerous honors this season including being named to the Class 4A AWSA All-State Team and the Montgomery All-Region squad. Deloney looks forward to continuing his baseball career at Auburn in the Fall of 2014 under Coach Sunny Golloway.

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June 23, 2014

Two ACA Seniors Receive Wade Black Norton Award

Two Alabama Christian Academy seniors, Lindsey Pouncey and Steven Evans have been named the 2014 Wade Black Norton award recipients. The annual award is given to a male and female ACA senior based on nominations by the ACA staff and voted on by the family of Wade Black Norton in his memory. The Norton family chooses the recipients based on the nominations according to these guidelines: personal integrity and Christian values, as well as athletic leadership and academic achievement. Both Lindsey and Steven are multi-sport athletes and leaders in their classes, churches and community.

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June 7, 2014

iPad Turn In Information

iPads will be turned-in during exam days. Please note that students will need to backup any information, as this summer we will be changing the way iPads are supervised, and ALL iPads will be wiped clean. The “Find My iPad” setting will need to be TURNED OFF. Students, please make sure to have this done BEFORE you come to turn-in your iPad. All damage will need to be paid, which costs $49 for the first two incidents of accidental damage, as long as the iPad is not beyond economic repair.

Students, who are NOT returning this fall, return the ORIGINAL charger and SyncCord. The fee for a lost charger is $20, and it is also $20 for the SyncCord. If charger and SyncCord are both missing, the amount owed is $40.

In addition, students should backup any pictures or files that they would like to keep. (Dropbox is recommended for this purpose, or some other cloud-based file storage). Please do not call over the summer to ask the office about iPad pick-up. The plan is to return iPads during the month of July. A SchoolCast will be sent and information will be posted to social media of times for when students may pick-up iPads.

Thank you for preparing for iPad turn-in. We hope that all of our ACA families have a safe and enjoyable summer!

May 21, 2014

ACA Sophomores Selected as HOBY Ambassadors

Alabama Christian Academy sophomores, Caroline Rives and Devin Gilliam, have been chosen as HOBY ambassadors based on their demonstration of leadership and service at ACA and within the community.
Both Caroline and Devin were chosen from nearly 100 ACA juniors to attend and participate in the three-day HOBY Leadership forum at Troy University this May. Each high school across the state of Alabama will send students to the conference develop continued leadership and service skills and to learn from other young leaders.

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May 21, 2014

ACA Names 2014 Mr. & Miss ACA

Alabama Christian Academy has named Steven Evans and Ivey Best as this year’s Mr. and Miss ACA. Mr. and Miss ACA awards are given to the two students who best represent Alabama Christian Academy. These individuals exemplify overall excellence in academics, leadership and spirituality. They possess high levels of integrity, self-discipline and courage.

Mr. ACA 2014, Steven Evans, is a young man whose presence has been felt since his days in the elementary school. He leads by example, quietly demonstrating the love of Christ to everyone he meets. During his time at ACA, he has been a scholar and an athlete, earning membership in several groups, including National Honor Society, SALT, and Athletic Ambassadors. Steven has been a successful athlete, playing football and participating on the track team. He is also active in his church, serving on several mission trips. With heart for serving others and serving God, Steven is a fine example of ACA’s best.

This year’s Miss ACA, Ivey Best, is a young woman who has excelled in many areas during her time at ACA. She has been an active participant and leader in many school groups including SGA, MUN, SALT, Band and Seven to Serve. Over the course of her high school career, Ivey has also been an integral member of the National Honor Society, Colorguard and Yearbook staff. She was ACA’s representative for both the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference and Alabama Girls’ State. Ivey has spent her time at ACA pushing herself and her peers to be their very best in all aspects of their lives. It is evident that she loves her school, she loves her friends and she loves God.

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May 6, 2014

ACA Golfer Wins Greater Montgomery Open

Junior ACA golfer Hannah Sager is shown here with teammate Jodie Dawkins. Hannah won the Greater Montgomery Open with an overall score of 79. Teammate Jodie Dawkins made the All-Tournament Team.

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April 4, 2014

ACA Student Selected to Attend Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

Alabama Christian Academy junior Rachel Treubig was chosen as one of two representatives from Montgomery to attend the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to be held in Washington, D.C. June 13-19.  The week-long event will bring more than 1,600 high school students from across the nation to Washington, where students will be able to get an up-close look at the nation’s capital, learn about the nation’s political process and interact with their elected officials. During the youth tour, speakers will provide insight into the important roles electric cooperatives play in their communities. By meeting with their representative and senators, the goal is for students to gain a greater understanding of American history and the importance of their role as citizens. In addition to the honor of being selected to the youth tour, Rachel is also active in the Model United Nations (MUN) program and a member of the Marching Eagle Band and Colorguard.

ACA encourages participation in activities outside of school that will challenge students and encourage them to explore opportunities for academic and personal growth. For more information on the NRECA, visit www.nreca.coop/what-we-do/.

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March 10, 2014

ACA President Named NCSA Administrator of Year

Alabama Christian Academy’s president, Mr. Ronnie Sewell, was recently named Administrator of the year by the National Christian School Association. Mr. Sewell has been the President of ACA for 12 years and prior to that was a teacher, coach, and administrator at ACA between 1981-1990. The award presented to Mr. Sewell at the NCSA’s annual conference, the Vaughn D. Luster, Jr. award, is presented to the head of a NCSA member school considered by peers to best exemplify the highest level of professionalism while leading a Christian school. The award is named in honor of Dr. Vaughn D. Luster, Jr. who served as head of two NCSA member schools and on both the NCSA Board of Trustees and Board of Commissioners. President Sewell has also served as Superintendent for Central Arkansas Christian Schools and President of Jackson Christian School in addition to some time as a public school teacher during his 39 year career in education.

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March 7, 2014

ACA Announces Miss Montala 2014

Alabama Christian Academy is proud to announce that senior Rachel Spencer is the winner of the 33rd annual Miss Montala Pageant, ACA’s largest yearbook fundraiser of the year. Rachel is a member of the varsity cheer team and the daughter of Kathy and Sherman Goldman.

Senior Lindsey Pouncey was named first runner up and Peyton Northington, a junior, was announced second runner up and Miss Congeniality. Lindsey is the daughter of Lyndon and Ginger Pouncey and Peyton is the daughter of Jay and Kim Northington.

Included in this annual event are a pre-pageant interviews, modeling of both casual and formal wear, and a speaking portion during the pageant in response to a given prompt. The judges included: Dana Driscoll with Distinguished Young Women; Hosie Powell, a field representative for the Miss America Pageant; and Paula Walker, a past participant in and pageant winner. The judges rated each girl based on their interviews and performance during the pageant.

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February 22, 2014

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