News List

  • Secondary Color Run

    Atlantic Shores Christian School is excited to host our second COLOR RUN!
    Our Secondary students had such a blast last year and this year is shaping up to be even better!
    All Secondary students will be participating in this Color Run on Tuesday, March 21, 2023.
    Our goal is for each student to raise $75 for this fundraiser.
    All money raised will go towards our Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math programs, as well as, capital improvements. 
    Use this QR code to access our Giving Zone page.
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  • Summer Camp Registration Now Open

    Registration for Summer Camp is now open on the ASCS website. It's shaping up to be a great summer as our campers learn to build their lives on Jesus!
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  • Congratulations State Champion, Tiara Jenkins

    VISAA State Championship Results:
    State Champion, Tiara Jenkins - 1st place in the 55 meter hurdles, 4th place in the 55 meter dash, 4th place in the 300 meter dash.
    Josiah Malone - 2nd place in the 55 meter hurdles.
    Charlotte Waldemar - 7th place in the shot put. 
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  • Congratulations Scholarship Winner Trinity Rucker!

    Senior Trinity Rucker was the first Christian school recipient of the Martin Luther King Leadership Scholarship. Trinity was recognized due to her academic achievements, leadership, and community involvement. Trinity was honored at the Martin Luther King Leadership Breakfast on Monday, January 16, 2023, at the Chesapeake Conference Center.

    Trinity Rucker was born in Fairfax, Virginia, and will graduate from Atlantic Shores Christian School with a College Preparatory Diploma in June 2023. At ASCS, Trinity is the President of
    The National Honor Society. She is a member of the varsity volleyball and basketball teams.
    Bowling since she was six years old, Trinity continues to bowl weekly with her bowling league. In 2017, she won the Virginia Pepsi Tournament in Mechanicsville, Virginia. Committed to providing a better community environment for the elderly, Trinity has volunteered numerous hours at the William H. Plummer Plaza Community Center. Trinity has a strong connection to the center because her grandmother lives there.
    Learning can be difficult for even the best student in unexpected times. Trinity says she had to open herself to new styles of learning which was difficult during Covid. Change is hard but it can also be good and necessary to move forward; this was Trinity’s biggest lesson during Covid. After graduation, Trinity plans to attend college and pursue a career in the medical field to be a Physician Assistant.

    Congratulations on a job well done! We’re proud of you Trinity!
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