We believe that God has called us to serve Him and the needs of mankind throughout the world. All of our training is aimed at preparing our children for a life of service, ministry, and reconciliation.
Appleton Christian School uses a variety of curriculum, including:
- ABEKA – Social Studies 3-4
- ACSI – Math-K, Bible PreK-2, Spelling 5-6
- ADDISON WESLEY – Math 1-3
- BOB JONES – Reading 6, Social Studies 1-2, 5-8
- CSI (Christian Schools Int’l) – Science K-8, P.E. K-8
- HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS – PreK-4
- MOSDOS LITERATURE – 7 and 8
- OPEN COURT – Phonics & Reading – K-5, Spelling 1-4
- ROSETTA STONE – Spanish 7-8
- SAXON – Math 4-8, Algebra
- SHURLEY LANGUAGE – English K-8
- SUMMIT MINISTRIES – Bible 3–8
- TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS – Computer 5-8, Social Studies 3-4, Art
- TAKE TENN -Thinking & Study Skills 4-8
- BARTON READING and SPELLING
- LINDAMOOD PHONEME SEQUENCING (Lips)
The ACS curriculum is enriched through field trips, supplemental texts, and educational activities such as speech meets, math Olympics, and other community sponsored educational activities. ACS competes with Christian, private, and public schools.
Chapel & Bible Memorization
ACS offers Christian training in a positive Christian environment, excellent academic curriculum, and experienced, professionally trained teachers. This combination enables children to develop Godly character and physical well-being. The child may then maximize his or her intellectual, social, and emotional growth.
Appleton Christian School students attend chapel on Wednesday. Chapel is intended to provide a meaningful worship experience for the students through a student-led worship team as well as being challenged by special age-appropriate speakers. Some goals of our chapel service are:
- To stress the importance of worship in our lives.
- To bring the students together in a spiritual family setting.
- To hear relevant and challenging Christian messages.
- To give opportunity for students to accept or make recommitments to Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
The Bible curriculum provides weekly memory verses that correspond to the lessons being taught; however, Scriptural principles are integrated throughout the entire curriculum including all of the social interactions that take place in a normal school day.