Service is an important part of a student's life here at Aurora Christian. We seek to fulfill our mission statement by encouraging and promoting service to our school body, community, and beyond.
"Mission Impossible is a way to reach out to people in need and have fun doing it!"
- Taylor Pape, class of 2010
Each spring during Spring Break, approximately 100-150 High School students from Aurora Christian High School venture out into our community and serve through a construction service project. This school-wide missions trip is something that our students, teachers, parents, and administrators look forward to each spring.
For more information and to follow the service project, follow along with us by "Liking" the Mission Impossible page on Facebook. Or click HERE to find a history of the projects accomplished through Mission Impossible.
As a means of fulfilling the school's mission of preparing students for a life of service to Christ and their world, each high school student must complete 8 hours of Christian service per quarter, and each middle school student must complete 4 hours of Christian service per quarter. This service must be performed during the current quarter for non-family members, verified by parents, and submitted for a percentage of the Bible grade.
ACS is committed to serving others, so much so that every May we dedicate a full-school day to going out into our community to serve. Students, teachers, staff, and volunteers from kindergarten to the senior class come together forming a 600 plus member workforce for a unique day of service. Over 30 non-profit organizations, i.e. churches, nursing homes, food pantries, homeless shelters, etc., benefit from a work-related visit by one of the 10-50 member ACS City-Serve teams.