Education at ANC isn't confined to the classroom. Our classrooms provide a foundation for learning, giving our students tools to build on. Then our teachers help solidify concepts taught in the classroom with hands-on learning experiences.
Sometimes our teachers take students into our learning garden. There, biology students can watch plants thrive over the course of weeks, observe our chickens as they grown, and see nature in action.
Other times you'll find geometry students out in front of Benade Hall, measuring our flag pole by calculating the angles.
Our history students benefit from the richness of Glencairn Museum, our on-campus religious history museum. There, students participate in events, see ancient objects, and gain a deeper understanding of the subjects they study in the classroom.
Every few years, we take experiential learning to a whole new level—with study abroad. Whether it is a week-long history trip to Italy over spring break or a ten-day science excursion to Costa Rica during the summer, international experiences give our students a broader understanding of the world.