Where We Excel
Ambassador Christian Academy was founded to provide children the very best quality education integrated with the values, truths, and morals from the Bible. These biblical values, morals, and ethics are modeled and taught by staff, positively impacting the young children in their care.
The professional staff is caring, dedicated, and committed to each child's success. Children are supported in a safe, caring, nurturing atmosphere, allowing learning to take place. Ambassador is a school committed to educating the whole student as they are exposed to a variety of experiences in academics, fine arts, sports and field trips, and in special subjects such as art, PE, music, Latin, Spanish, library, and computer.
ACA exposes students to globally prominent ideas from the past and present. Rather than provide a protective bubble that insulates students from thoughts and ideas contradictory to what God desires for his people, ACA seeks to inoculate, or purposefully expose students, equipping them with the tools to navigate through the difficult issues they will eventually face in life.
Hands-on multi-sensory experiences appeal to children with a variety of learning styles, and small class sizes lead to very favorable teacher-student ratios. Smaller class sizes also afford the opportunity for leadership experiences and participation in hands-on learning and field trips.
The 3 and 4-year-old PreK, is offered as a 3 or 5-day program with art, music, library, PE, and Spanish amid exciting classroom instruction within a nurturing, safe, and spiritual environment.
Ambassador's Kindergarten program is a full-day program, solidly equipping children to enter the rigorous elementary school.
A spiritual focus is integrated into all academic areas and in weekly chapel programs. The school has an evangelical mission to guide students in establishing a personal relationship with Christ and developing a life-long devotion to Him, recognizing that all truth is God's truth. As students learn to serve the Savior, they also learn the value of serving others. Students are involved with community service projects in nursing homes, food pantry and food banks, pregnancy centers, Habitat for Humanity, local churches, Christmas gift drives, homeless ministries, rescue missions and more.