ACS has been recognized by the Governor of Ohio, the Ohio Senate, and the Ashland Chamber of Commerce as an excellent educational organization.
Voted 1st Place 2018 "Best of the Best" for Private Education -- Ashland Times-Gazette Community Choice Award!
High School Graduate Honors
Ashland Christian School eighth graders who chose to attend Ashland High School, excelled academically with Valedictorians the following years: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013 and two valedictorians in 2018! Salutatorians in 2007 and 2012.
50% of ACS alumni who graduated from Ashland High School from 2012-2017 received a 3.5 GPA or higher!
2016 Ashland High School Senior Class President with 4.0 GPA.
Three ACS alumni received the 3 highest scores on the 2016 American Legion Americanism test for high school freshmen at Ashland High School.
A 2017 alum received the Ashland High School Principal's Award!
An ACS alum received the 2018 Science Department Scholar award and the Principal's Award!
ACS students score extremely well on the TerraNova standardized test with many students scoring 1 to 4 years above grade level.
2016: ACS Middle School had the highest percentage of superior ratings of all middle schools represented at the Mohican District Science Fair. Four ACS students were selected to attend the Ohio State Science Fair in Columbus with their science fair projects.
2017: Seven ACS students were selected to compete in the District Science Fair. Two students were chosen to attend the Ohio State Science Fair in Columbus with their science fair projects. One student received a Superior Rating at Ohio State!
Ohio Graduation Test
ACS students have performed exceedingly well, with a typical passage rate of 90% their sophomore year.
National Honor Society
Congratulations to four ACS alumni on being inducted into the 2016-2017 National Honor Society program at Ashland High School.
Walking for Wellness
Ashland Christian School's 3rd, 4th and 5th graders participated in a pilot program sponsored by the Samaritan Hospital Foundation called Walking For Wellness. This program encouraged the students and the teachers to walk during their noon recess time for a three week period. The students had a goal of walking at least five miles a week for three weeks. The students logged more than 700 miles through the three week period.