ACH Students enjoyed the RISE Conference sponsored by the Next Gen Youth Ministry at Household of Faith Church. The event was held Oct. 23-24 and featured two speakers, complete with worship (featuring strings from ACH). The conference ended with a silent disco night.
Mrs. Cameron’s 7th grade science class created edible plant or animal cells as a class project to explain the parts and functions of cells.
Students in Mrs. Cameron’s 8th grade science class experimented with pressurized water rockets. Students took their team-built rockets outside to launched them.
It Started with ONE!
Ascension Christian Elementary student Lauren Swanson had an idea to bake goodies to sell to friends to help raise money for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. She baked and sold goodies not only to her friends and family, but to her schoolmates and teachers. She raised over $1600 selling cupcakes and marshmallows on a stick with sprinkles and chocolate. Lauren’s plan is to partner with Household of Faith church to deliver gift cards to people in Houston.
Grandparent’s Day at ACH
We appreciate all the grandparents who were able to join us this morning for church at ACH. We were honored that you came!
ACH Welding School Opens
ACH students attend first day of welding school.
Mrs. Cameron’s 7th grade students studied solar and lunar eclipses. Students used a light source and two objects to represent the earth and moon. They had to create a solar and a lunar eclipse. They discovered how far the light needed to be in order to create the solar eclipse, where only a small shadow fell on the “earth”.
Ian Carter Signs with Louisiana College
ACH Senior Ian Carter committed to attend Louisiana College where he will play soccer for the Wildcats. Carter has many honors as a soccer player at Ascension Christian. In the 2017 soccer season, Carter was selected to the All Metro Baton Rouge Boy’s Soccer Team. He was chosen 2nd Team All State by LHSSCA. He played in the LHSAA Boy’s All Star Game as well. Ian lead his team to a District Championship for the first time in school history.
Robotics Team wins at RARC
ACH Jr. High students placed 3rd overall at the Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit Competition held Saturday. The elementary team placed 1st in their division. The competition is sponsored by the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC). Congratulations to all who participated. Great job!
ACH Chicken Farm Starts
These students at ACH have been awaiting the arrival of their chickens to give life to the chicken yard they have been working on for several months. Today, the chickens arrived at their new home.