Highlight of the Week

Best Private School of 2018

The Gonzales Weekly Citizen hosted their annual Best of Ascension Awards for 2018.  Ascension Christian Schools is honored to receive the People‚Äôs Choice award for Best Private School in Ascension Parish.


ACE Students at S.T.E.M. Conference

Hundreds of elementary and middle school students from the Baton Rouge region packed the new Patrick F. Taylor Hall at LSU on May 7 to be part of the Louisiana STEM Expo, a fun and interactive exhibition featuring some of the state’s brightest young minds.

Ascension Christian 6th-grade student Raynah Massey gets a hair-raising experience with a Van de Graaff generator

“School of Fish”

This one’s called a “School of Fish”. This is a S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) project that includes collaboration among all classes in all the grades. The students learned about many different types of species of fish as you can tell by all of the various species in the building. It’s literally a school of fish going from very small fish to various species of whales. Students learned about watershed concepts and how pollution is affecting many of the different species. Students then created three-dimensional sculptures of their fish which has become this large collaborative hanging in the school. 


Art and S.T.E.M. = S.T.E.A.M.

Ascension Christian Art Instructor Terry Farrell showcases the work done by students at the elementary school in the most recent S.T.E.A.M. project.

This STEM Art project required students to examine some of the foods that they commonly eat like candy bars and potato chips. The students had to literally compare and contrast and analyze the nutrition details on the backside of each product and construct a three-dimensional sculpture out of it. The students’ work was created and displayed in a “Concession Stand” presentation at the school.


Henagan Honored for Leadership on Recycling


Ascension Christian 5th grader Charlotte Henagan was honored for her leadership on recycling yesterday by Ascension Parish President Kenny Matassa. We are VERY PROUD of her leadership and determination to make Ascension Parish a better place. Thank you Charlotte, and thanks to all the students and teachers and families who support this effort!

Picnic with a Purpose

Families from Ascension Christian Elementary School held a fundraiser, “Picnic with a Purpose” to support sending supplies for a school in Texas that was flooded. The school received tremendous support from the generosity of the students’ families and friends. Thank you to everyone who supported this effort.

It Started with ONE!

Ascension Christian Elementary student Lauren Swanson had an idea to bake goodies to sell to friends to help raise money for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. She baked and sold goodies not only to her friends and family, but to her schoolmates and teachers. She raised over $1600 selling cupcakes and marshmallows on a stick with sprinkles and chocolate. Lauren’s plan is to partner with Household of Faith church to deliver gift cards to people in Houston.

Ascension Christian Elementary Robotics Team Wins!

The Ascension Christian Elementary robotics team placed 1st in their division at the Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit Competition held Saturday. ACH Jr. High students placed 3rd overall . The competition is sponsored by the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC). Congratulations to all who participated. Great job!

AC Elementary School Announces 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

3rd Quarter HONOR ROLL

ACE Book Fair Fun!

Students, teachers, and families enjoying time dedicated to raising fun for the school’s library.