AACS Begins New Student Enrollment Process


Annapolis, Md. (March 2) – Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS) began new student enrollment yesterday for the 2012-2013 school year.  The AACS Admission Office mailed new student enrollment materials to prospective parents earlier this week upon the closing of the re-enrollment period.  The re-enrollment of current students began in mid-January and concluded February 15th.  

AACS will continue to admit new students while space is available.  Therefore, interested individuals are still encouraged to apply.  When AACS reaches capacity in specific classes, applicants will be placed in a waiting group.

"We are excited about the prospect of new students who will be joining our lower, middle and upper schools," said Caroline Stone, AACS Director of Admission. "These children will be joining a 40-year tradition of excellence at AACS and will be part of a strong community of faith.  Many of these new students are the children of AACS graduates.  We are blessed to be serving Christian families into the second generation,” she added.

Parents who are interested in a personal look at the school are encouraged to attend the AACS Open Door Days, from 8:30 – 10:00 am every Tuesday at the Lower School, every Wednesday at the Middle School, and every Thursday at the Upper School.  Open Door Days attendees are provided with a tour of the school, opportunities to speak with faculty and staff, receive admission paperwork, and learn about the admission process. 

For information about AACS enrollment, visit the AACS website and navigate to the admission pages.


About AACS

Founded in 1971, the Annapolis Area Christian School in an independent Christian day school with approximately 850 students attending Pre-K through 12th grade classes at 710 Ridgely Road, Annapolis (Lower School), 716 Bestgate Road, Annapolis (Middle School) and 109 Burns Crossing Road, Severn (Upper School). 

AACS offers a college preparatory academic curriculum as well as a competitive athletic program in the middle and upper schools and outstanding fine arts programs.  More than 99% of AACS graduates attend undergraduate programs from many of the country's most prestigious colleges and universities.  For additional information, please visit aacsonline.org.