The Charger Newsletter


We are happy to release the schedule of classes for secondary students for the coming year.  Please note that there are required courses at every grade level, and certain courses are planned according to the diploma track your student has chosen.  We have put together schedules for students, making sure each student has classes that will meet requirements for their diploma track; therefore, it is important that you speak with Mrs. Collingsworth or Mr. Post, before making decisions about classes for your students.  Some of you have emailed course requests and some have already met with Mrs. Collingsworth about classes for your student.  

There are some new courses this year including our new Introduction to Computer Science which includes experience in coding, a new Dialectic Bible class (taught by our new junior high coordinator, Mr. Fitzgerald), Spanish I, and Classical Greek. Also Mrs. Anderson will be teaching a new class on Friday mornings called Mission: Geography, which combines an investigation of world geography with a study of historical mission work in these countries and modern persecution of Christians.  If your student is interested in one of these new classes, please be sure to let us know!  Please note that the “Course Descriptions” on our website is not yet updated with these new classes, but we are working on that!  Thank you for your patience!

Please see the Secondary Class Schedule attached below.  Please call the school office if you have any questions about the course offerings, want to know what your student’s schedule looks like, or would like to schedule an appointment.  You can also reach us at [email protected] or [email protected]


All this week students are working hard on the musical “Seussical, Kids”.  We will have performances on Friday evening at 7:00 and on Saturday morning at 10:00.  Tickets are available for only $3.00 each in the school office and will be available at the door.  Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the show and it will be open seating.  Plan to come out and support these young actors and actresses!


The Hen House’s purpose is to Help, Encourage and Nurture the teachers, students, and families of ACA.  If you are new to ACA or just haven’t found a place to get plugged in, we would love for you to come out and join us.  Mark your Calendars for our only Summer meeting on Saturday, June 23rd, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. at All About Cha in Broken Arrow (820 N Aspen Ave, Broken Arrow, OK 74012).  We will enjoy some time of fellowship and vote on officers for this coming school year.  Come and share what you would like to see us accomplish in 2018-19! All About Cha has an upstairs private meeting room that we can use free of charge.  They only ask that we not bring any outside food of drinks. So come hungry and enjoy some of their delicious breakfast foods, specialty coffees, and teas.


Since your students have finished up the school year, consider donating their used backpack to change someone’s life.  Imagine if everything you owned had to be carried with you everywhere you go… a backpack would make a world of difference for you.  “Keepers” takes used & worn backpacks and donates them to homeless men and women who need someplace to store their things. You can drop off your used backpacks at the ACA office this summer during our normal office hours.  Please see the flyer attached below for more information about “Keepers”.



Attached below is the School Calendar for next school year.  Please note the dates for Parent Orientations and the first day of school in August!


It’s time to enroll in ACA’s Extended Day Program for the 2018-2019 school year. This program is for students K4-8th grade from 3:15 - 5:30 pm daily. Our program is growing, so register early to save your child’s spot with us for next year after school!  Please see the registration form attached below.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dawn Murphy-Williams at 314-952-3320.


The FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment program is open for applications for financial assistance for the 2018-2019 school year. Financial assistance is available for our families as needed. We understand that private education is a sacrifice. For that reason, we want to make sure our tuition is one of the lowest in the greater Tulsa area. We also do what we can to assist those for whom a private Classical Christian Education might otherwise not be possible. If you know of a family whom you feel should consider ACA, please encourage them to set up a time to tour or shadow in the very near future. Don’t let financial circumstances impede a family from an introduction to ACA.  And please remember that if you have received financial aid this past year, you must still apply for financial aid for the 2018-2019 school year.


If you are not paying tuition in full or using the two payment (at semester) payment plan through the front office, the FACTS payment program allows you to set up monthly payments. However, PLEASE NOTE that FACTS can no longer accept credit card payments beginning with the next school year. Changes to the credit card laws no longer allow them to keep credit card information on file for monthly drafts.  They will only be able to accept bank draft (or ACH) payments for this process. If this change will adversely impact your payment plan, please reach out to Mr. Ahrens at [email protected] so that other arrangements may be considered.

As a reminder, the payment plans are as follows:

11-month plan: Payments starting in July. FACTS contracts must be submitted in June.

10-month plan: Payments start in July or August. FACTS contracts must be submitted in June or July.

Our FACTS payment enrollment forms are now available in the office.  If you have questions about our tuition payment plans, please contact the school office or Mr. Ahrens at the above email address.


The school office is on Summer Hours and will be open Monday - Thursday, 9:00 to 4:30.  If you need to reach someone outside of office hours, please email [email protected] .  



Have questions?  Please call ACA at 918-832-4600




June 11-15: Summer Week of the Arts - Week Two

June 15: “Seussical” performance, 7:00 p.m.

June 16: “Seussical” performance, 10:00 a.m.

July 4: School Office closed for Independence Day