What grade levels does Alpine offer?
Alpine Christian School offers classes from Pre-K3 through 6th grade.
What sets Alpine Christian School apart?
We believe that there is a lot that ACS has to offer for your student. Click here to learn WHY ACS is the right choice for your family. 
What is the mission of ACS?
Our Mission is to serve families by providing a Christ-centered, biblically-based education marked by academic excellence and spiritual vitality.

Our Vision is that all students through the collective efforts of the parents, church, and school would be molded into image-bearers of Christ. It is further the school’s vision to produce powerful and effective student leaders who will impact their world through biblical thought and action in obedience to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.

Our Distinctives:
Foundation – As a ministry of Alpine First Baptist Church, we ensure that there is a solid biblical foundation in all we teach and do.
Curriculum – We utilize the Abeka curriculum, which combines high academics with a biblical worldview.
Size – Our average teacher-to-student ratios are much smaller than other schools.
Experience – Being established for over 30 years, we have an experienced and caring faculty.
Affordability – We are more affordable than most other private Christian schools in our area.
Does ACS have a statement of faith?
  1. We believe that there is only one God, eternally existent in three persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  2. We believe that God is totally sovereign, holy, righteous, and just.
  3. We believe that all mankind has sinned against God, and as a result of our sin, we are alienated from God and condemned to experience God’s wrath eternally in hell, apart from God’s own gracious intervention.
  4. We believe that salvation is wholly by God’s grace through faith in Jesus, who is both truly God and truly man.
  5. We believe that Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born to the virgin Mary.
  6. We believe that Jesus was without sin and led a sinless life.
  7. We believe that Jesus was crucified, he died as a substitute for sinners, a sacrifice for sin, and as a propitiation of the wrath of God towards sinners, and he was buried.
  8. We believe that Jesus was resurrected from the dead and has ascended into heaven, where he sits at the right hand of the Father.
  9. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ will come again to judge the living and the dead.
  10. We believe that anyone who repents and believes in Jesus shall be saved from God’s wrath and declared righteous, and sealed with the Holy Spirit until Christ’s second coming.
Will my child be safe at ACS?
Safety is a top priority for us at ACS.
First of all, we take the physical safety of our students seriously. We are blessed to have one of the finest school resource officers, Karolyi Schoopkagel, keeping our school safe.
Our campus is locked down at all times and no one is allowed into the facilities without first being let in by our campus officer or a faculty member. 
What is the student/teacher ratio at ACS?
The average student/teacher ratio at ACS is 10:1. 
Can you tell me more about your teaching staff?
We love how dedicated our teaching staff is to each and every one of the students.  Our Staff Page is where more information can be found. 
What curriculum do you offer?
We offer the ABEKA curriculum for all grade levels.
How can I learn more about the Abeka curriculum?
You can learn more about the Abeka curriculum on their website by clicking here
What associations does ACS belong to?
How is tuition paid?
All fees, including registration, tuition, and school supply fees, can be turned into the office by a check made out to Alpine Christian School.
What is the school calendar?
The important dates that need to be remembered are here on the School Events Page.
What is the history of ACS?
Our History
In 1987, Alpine First Baptist Church, led by the Holy Spirit, opened what would become Alpine Christian School. Through the prayers and commitment of many dedicated people, we are now able to provide an excellent curriculum that provides balance in both spiritual and academic areas that recognize the Bible as the final authority and Jesus Christ as Lord. “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge” (Proverbs 1:7)

Our Present
We are grateful for our roots and humbly realize we stand on the tall shoulders of others who laid the foundation. We are also thankful that God has blessed Alpine Christian School and positioned us to educate our precious students this school year. We believe there has never been a more strategic time for quality Christian education.

Our Future
Believing that God is in control, we look forward to ACS’ growth in quality education and student enrollment. We confidently believe that the best years at Alpine are ahead.