Alumni travel and move around the world: to Manhattan to help start a church, to Cambodia to work for the International Justice Mission, and to the White House to work on economic matters. They work for Disney and design websites in Augusta, teach in Peru, and work for the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.
They also return to Augusta to build the city where they grew up by teaching at Augusta Christian and in public schools, starting their own businesses, working in the film industry, practicing law and medicine, and working for community nonprofits.
As one staff member said, "We love that our graduates think highly enough of ACS to want to come back and teach here." ACS alumni are making a difference all over the world. That's what "Building Kingdom Leaders" is all about.
3 John 4 in the Message states, "Nothing could make me happier than getting reports that my children continue diligently in the way of Truth!" May it ever be so!
Staying in Touch
We desire to stay in touch with our Alumni, and we hope that the school will continue to be a part of your lives even after graduation. Help us keep up with you by filling out the Alumni Information Update on the link below. Tell us about your accomplishments...send us pictures and we'll post them here. Thanks and God bless you!
Class of 1997 Reunion
The Class of 1997 held their Reunion in August at The Barn at Sanderlin's. It was great to see everyone!
ACS Alumnus Named as Head of School, First Baptist School of Charleston
The First Baptist School Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint Jeremy Blackstock as the next Head of School to begin June 1, 2018. The school community is proud to welcome Mr. Blackstock as its new leader where he will be building on the rich traditions and accomplishments of one of Charleston?s oldest and best known independent schools. He will have operational responsibility for both the James Island campus, site of the new First Baptist high school opening in August, and of the historic Meeting Street campus which will continue to house grades K-8.
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Feel free to add your pictures to the Alumni Facebook page. We love taking a stroll down memory lane from your high school days, and we love to see what you're doing now.