Our son attended ACS for 2.5 years. We thought the Christian base education along with smaller class size would be good for him. At the time of enrollment we did not realize he would later be diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety. We would later find out how absolutely wrong we were. While teachers did their best, we got little help from the administration. He never received In school suspension or out of school suspension and to our knowledge was never "written up". We had a handful of meetings over the years for what we thought were to find a way to better help him. However while in 1st grade he got into trouble. We never disagreed that what he did was wrong or that punishment was in order. But after meeting with the principle we were informed that he would no longer be allowed to attend school there. We reached out the father Fred...who did not have the decency to return our call but instead sent an email stating that it wasn't his first occurance (surprise to us!) we reached out the the Diacies to find out what our options were and again did it receive the courtesy of a return call to discuss. I returned to the school the day after the occurance to obtain him records and had already informed them I wanted to have copies of his invite record but upon arrival was given only what would be needed to provide to another school. When I inquired about the rest of the record I was told by the principle it had not yet been reviewed and therefore she could not release it. I found it odd since supposedly it was reviewed with father Fred prior to him being told to leave. But I allowed several weeks to pass again again requested the entirety of his records. This time I was told that the appropriate information was sent to his new school and the only thing I was provided were a handful of scanned daily sheets where smile or frown faces had been highlighted. As the were highlighted, the scanned copy did not show which was highlighted each time. There were no documents showing these other occurances and I don't understand how school can refuse access to his records. I later heard rumor that my son was not the first to experience issues after being diagnosed with ADHD but no one wants to speak out for fear of retaliation. in one correspondence we were advised that we should not be discussing this situation or our time at ASC with anyone. What a SHAME!