2800 Louisiana Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Ph. 505-888-4156
Fax. 505-888-1756
  

Monday through Thursday
Doors open 7:30 AM
School starts 8:00 AM
Dismissal 3:25 PM

Extended Care
4:00 until 5:30 PM








ACE Ministries


Bible Based Character Training

At A.C.E., our purpose in providing educational materials goes beyond simply helping students learn the academics required to enter college or get a good job. We desire to build in students a life-long burning passion to learn and grow spiritually. It is one thing to want children to be successful and quite another to provide the academic and character training to ensure this accomplishment.


Character Development

Godly character training is part of the A.C.E. learning experience, and it prepares students to welcome and accept challenges and future opportunities. Sixty character traits, such as kindness, loyalty, and honesty, are taught within the curriculum. Students can observe character development in the true-to-life character strips and then apply the Godly character lessons to their own lives.


Core Curriculum Provides Studentsí Basic Educational Needs

The core curriculum includes basic academic disciplines that focus on essential educational needs: Math, English, Literature and Creative Writing, Social Studies, Science, Word Building (spelling), and Bible Reading. Each core subject contains 156 PACEs from kindergarten through Level 12. Exceptions are Math (144 PACEs), Word Building (concludes with Level 9), and Literature and Creative Writing (for Levels 2 through 8). Some core courses are enhanced with DVDs, videos, and computer software.


Each core subject consists of 12 PACEs per level. Typical students work daily on one PACE in each subject and may be performing at varying levels according to the diagnostic test results. Most complete at least 70 PACEs per year, maintaining academic balance by completing about the same number of PACEs in each assigned subject.


Students who are more skilled may progress at a faster rate or may accelerate in the areas of their academic strengths. Slower students are encouraged to do their best but are able to work at their levels of proficiency and proceed as they are capable.


For more information go to www.aceministries.com