Excel Academically

Key virtues

We believe an important part of developing leaders in our society is giving them the tools to excel academically.

We build this on the foundation of responsibility and discipline, which we believe are key virtues to academic success.

To promote responsibility and discipline in the classroom we have

  • low student-teacher ratios
  • hands-on and test-prep activities
  • college class opportunities
  • a holistic approach incorporating fine arts, languages, athletics and core classroom instruction

Technological integration

  • 24-station Computer Lab
  • 1:1 high school Chromebooks
  • K to 8th iPads and Laptops
  • Classroom mimeo boards

Academic results

85% of graduates matriculated into colleges such as

  • University of Cincinnati
  • Northern Kentucky University
  • God’s Bible School & College
  • Cincinnati State
  • Xavier University
  • Cincinnati Christian University

Our students score in the 80th percentile for Achievement Tests.

Succeeding alumni

  • Heather Couch – School Counselor at Covington Latin School
  • Arlette Makcen – Spanish Teacher at Liberty Bible Academy
  • Alanna Ryder – Kindergarten Teacher at Hobe Sound Christian Academy
  • Rachelle Wolf – Music Instructor at Aldersgate Christian Academy
  • Andrew Smith – Administrative Assistant to the VP of Academic Affairs and the VP of Student Affairs – God’s Bible School College
  • Jon Debolt – IT Service Delivery Manager at Meyer Tool, Inc.
  • David Frederick – Licensed Indiana and Ohio Funeral Director at Sproles Family Funeral Home
  • Joshua Avery – Assistant Professor Wheaton College
  • David Miller – Operations Management – UPS
  • Lindsay Rose – Kindergarten Teacher Aldersgate Christian Academy
  • Nate Davison – Registered Nurse University of Louisville Emergency Department

We develop leaders who

so they can positively impact their world.

Aldersgate Christian Academy

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