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"A good man out of the good treasures of the heart bringeth forth good things…"  Matthew 12:35


To lead students to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, educate them from a Christian worldview, and prepare them for a life of service to Christ and their world.

Aurora Christian School is a college preparatory, non-denominational Christian school, started in 1975 by concerned parents and Christian citizens looking to provide a solid education based on God’s principles. Aurora Christian School’s enrollment is 412 students grades 6-12.

Aurora Christian School admits students of any gender, race, national or ethnic origin and does not discriminate on these bases in its educational policies, admissions procedures, scholarship awards, athletic and other school administered programs.

Dr. Collette House, Superintendent
Dr. Stacy Beebe, Principal
Dan Beebe, Athletic Director
Holly Henning, Academics & Activities Director
Bill Warner, Spiritual Life Director
Cami Beck, College Guidance Counselor
  100-92                A                        4.0
    91-90                B+                       3.7
    89-85               B                         3.4
    84-83              B-                        3.0
    82-80              C+                       2.7
    79-75               C                         2.4
    74-72               C-                       2.0
    71-70                D+                        1.5
    69-65              D                          1.0
    64-0                 F                          0.0

The GPA is determined by adding the equivalent GPA quality points and dividing the total by the number of semester credits.

Accreditation / Recognition / Membership:
  • ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International)  
    “ACSI strives to enable and equip Christian educators and schools worldwide to effectively educate children and young people with the mind of Christ."
  • ISBE (llinois State Board of Education)
    ACS is an ISBE recognized school, has filed an extensive application dealing with school policies, curricula, personnel, and student health and safety, and has been visited by team to confirm this information.  A recognized school is a school acknowledged to be in substantial compliance with various requirements of state statute and regulation.
  • IHSA (Ilinois High School Association)
    The IHSA serves member schools by providing leadership for equitable participation in interscholastic athletics and activities that enrich the educational experience.
  • MSC (Metro Suburban Conference)
    The Metro Suburban Conference is an organization of fourteen high schools in northern Illinois, representing seven communities. These high schools are all members of the Illinois High School Association.