ENROLLMENT FOR 2017-2018
Please return your Enrollment Contracts to the office as soon as you can because we are now in the process of testing and interviewing new students and we want our current students to retain their place in their class. If you are planning to pay tuition monthly through FACTS, please stop by the office and pick up a FACTS payment form, or call the office and we can send a form home with your student (we did not have them available when the re-enrollment packets were mailed out) . Also, please remember that if you received financial assistance for this school year, you must still apply for financial assistance for next year.
HEN HOUSE EVENT FOR ACA MOMS
ALL ACA MOMS ARE INVITED TO DINNER AND GAME NIGHT! Join us to relax and visit with other ACA moms and to play a fun, easy game. Invite other moms so we can get to know each other!
What: Tensy Friendsy Night for ALL ACA moms
When: Thursday, April 13th at 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Where: All About Cha Stylish Coffee & Tea, 820 N. Aspen Ave., Broken Arrow, OK 74012
All About Cha Menu: http://allaboutcha.net/menu/
BAMTA Music Competition
We want to congratulate two of our seniors on their recent accomplishments at the annual BAMTA music competition held on Saturday, March 25th. Emma Aspenson and Alyssa McGuire competed in both the Classical and Musical Theatre categories. Emma placed 1st in the Musical Theatre category and received Honorable Mention, which is 3rd place, in the Classical category! Alyssa McGuire received Alternate, which is 2nd place, in both categories! BAMTA is the Broken Arrow Music Teachers’ Association and they host this competition annually with winners in each category performing at the Spring Recital. This year the recital was held on Tuesday, April 11th, at the TCC Performing Arts Center. We are very proud of you, Emma and Alyssa!!
BAMTA Senior Scholarship Winner
We want to congratulate Alyssa McGuire on her being awarded the BAMTA Senior Music Scholarship this year! Seniors who are a part of BAMTA competed for the scholarship through application and recommendation letters. Alyssa received her scholarship at the BAMTA Spring Recital on Tuesday, April 11th, at the TCC Performing Arts Center. Congratulations, Alyssa!! We are proud of you and know you deserve this wonderful scholarship!!
DEADLINE TO PURCHASE YEARBOOK!
THE DEADLINE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK IS THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 14th!!! (You can still order a yearbook after this deadline, but you will have to pay shipping costs for your book, and it may not arrive in time to be handed out at senior graduation.) Ordering a yearbook is easy! Go to www.TreeRing.com/validate and enter our school’s code: 1014725638033905. Yearbooks will be distributed at senior graduation in May! Don’t miss out! Only $35.00 per yearbook!
You will have the option to personalize two pages of the yearbook for your student. These pages will only appear in your student’s book and can cover any family or personal memories from the year. (Yearbook Staff will review pages for appropriate content.) THE DEADLINE FOR COMPLETING YOUR PERSONALIZED PAGES IS ALSO APRIL 14th!
SUMMER WEEKS OF THE ARTS
Disney’s “SLEEPING BEAUTY” is coming to the ACA during Week Two of the Summer Weeks of the Arts: June 12 - 16!
We are NOW enrolling for this summer theatre opportunity. There are a ton of parts for both guys and girls in this classic musical. Some of the parts Include: Narrator, Loyal Subjects, Guards, King Stefan, Queen Stefanie, King Hubert, Young Prince Philip, Prince Philip, Chorus of Goons, the Good Fairies Flora, Fauna, Merryweather, Chorus of Fairies, Maleficient, Princess Aurora (Briar Rose), and the Animal Chorus. The Audition Placement Workshop will be held on Saturday, May 13th, 9:00 a.m. - noon, with a required parent meeting to follow. We are only taking 60 cast members this summer and we have 49 spaces still available. Pick up your Registration Form from the school office or you can find it attached below. If you have any questions, call Gale Post at 918-852-2040.
Watch for information on Week One of the Summer Weeks of the Arts coming soon!
CHRISTIAN COLLEGE FAIR
Augustine Christian Academy is hosting a Christian College Fair on Tuesday, April 25th from 6:30 - 8:30pm at Highland Park Christian Church (on 31st between Sheridan & Yale). There will be 12 - 14 Christian college and university representatives there and we are inviting all students in 9th - 12th grades. We will also be having a financial aid presentation during the event for those who want to come to that at 7:30 pm.
We would appreciate students registering for a college fair barcode before they arrive. After they register for it they will be able to either bring it on their smartphone or print off a copy of it and bring it with them to the fair. Because there are only two hours to visit with college representatives, as well as attend the financial aid presentation, having a barcode will save them a lot of time. College representatives will be able to scan the it and get students’ contact info without having them fill out a card at each of their tables. To register for the barcode, go to myblueprintstory.com, click on “Fair Search”, and then click the blue box that says “Get Your Barcode”. Students can fill in their information at that point.
NACCAP (North American Coalition of Christian Admissions Personnel) is the organization that we are working with to host this college fair. They are a wonderful Christian organization that strives to inform students and their families about the best Christian colleges and universities in the country - those that uphold authentic Christian teaching and values with faculty and staff that are true to that calling. We are very proud to be in partnership with them in hosting this fair! We hope to see all of our high school students in attendance and we encourage them to bring any of their other friends who may be on their college search as well.
“WILLY WONKA, JR.”
THANK YOU to all those who came out and supported “Willy Wonka, Jr.” this past weekend. It was a phenomenal production and the cast was marvelous. Thank you cast, cast parents, Mrs. Scholl, Mrs. Waller, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. Post, the Stagecraft Class, all my INTERNS & STUDENT VOLUNTEERS, and my creative team!. This production would not have been successful without YOU! I am looking forward to summer theatre and next year’s musicals. We have a great year lined up for you! Gale Post/Director
BOOK FAIR RESULTS
Thank you all for supporting our spring book fair! 586 books were purchased, which equals approximately 105,480 reading minutes! A BIG THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who helped out during the week - we couldn’t have done it without you! Proceeds from the book sales will be used by our teachers to get books for their classrooms and books for our new library. With the Penny Drive, we were able to purchase 29 books that will be donated to Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa.
NEW LIFE RANCH SUMMER OPPORTUNITY
At our most recent Salt & Light Chapel, a representative from New Life Ranch spoke to our secondary students about the summer opportunities at NLR for leadership development. They offer three levels of leadership development, and they are looking for high school students who are interested in serving like Jesus and living out their faith. We have brochures at the school office, and you can also visit www.newliferanch.com for more information or to apply.
SUMMER FIELD STUDIES
We are excited to start a Summer Field Study program. We are offering this program to our high school students (including the current 8th graders). The studies offered this summer will be Explore Oklahoma and Discover Dallas. There is a PDF attached below that will give you more details about the trips. The trips are tentatively scheduled for the 3rd week in June and the 3rd week in July. In order for a trip to work out, we must have 6 students committed. There is also a maximum number of 12 students per trip. Students who complete one of the trips will also be able to receive 3 colloquia points. Colloquia points are part of the requirements to graduate from ACA. We are looking for interested students! If you have any questions or comments please contact Jessika Crow at [email protected]
If you have not yet added the Schoolway app to your phone, please consider adding it! It is our primary way to alert parents when we need to get information to you quickly. Please see the attachment below for more information.
ACA OFFICE HOURS
Our school office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. If you need to reach someone outside of office hours, please email [email protected] .
Have questions? Please call ACA at 918-832-4600
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Apr. 14: Good Friday, No School
Apr. 20: Voices of Augustine, 7:00 p.m., Great Room
Apr. 21: Grandparents Day, School dismisses at noon
Apr. 25: Christian College Fair, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Highland Park Church
Apr. 28: 5th Grade trip to Cosmosphere
Apr. 28: Senior Sponsored Talent Show, 7:00 p.m.
Apr. 28-30: 8th Grade trip
May 6: Auggie Awards, 6:30 p.m.
May 12: Senior Thesis Night
May 15: Senior Chapel, 9:00 a.m.
May 16: Grammar School Wrap-Up, 1:30 p.m.
May 17-18: Secondary Final Exams
May 18: 8th Grade Graduation, 7:00 p.m.
May 19: Senior Graduation, 7:00 p.m.