Enrollment is fully online and our staff is trained to help you through the process should you need assistance.
A dress code goes a long way in producing a peaceful atmosphere at Acadiana Christian School. There are several important reasons why a uniform is required at ACS:
The regular uniform is worn each Monday-Friday. Students are required to be in their uniforms during school hours and must arrive and leave school in dress code. Other than dressing out for athletic practices, students are to remain in uniform during the school day, unless given special permission.
In cold weather students are encouraged to wear lined jackets available from uniform suppliers. Students may wear any jacket/coat to school, but only official school jackets, sweaters, or sweatshirts will be allowed in the building. Personal jackets/coats may not display any form of inappropriate advertising nor may jackets from any other school be worn on the school campus.
Parents will be contacted if a student repeatedly comes to school wearing improper uniform attire for a conference to take place to correct this problem.
Official ACS School Spirit Sweatshirts and Spirit Shirts are available in the school office. They may be purchased at the beginning of each year and may be worn at all times.
The detailed student dress code can be found in the Parent/Student Handbook.
Please click here to view our 2023-24 Uniform Summary.
Located: Next to Baskin Robins
Address: 1104 E Main St suite d, New Iberia, LA 70560
Phone: (337) 321-9440
Located in: The Village
Address: 910 E Main St, New Iberia, LA 70560
Phone: (337) 364-5070
Located in: Ambassador Row
Address: 3607 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy D, Lafayette, LA 70503
Phone: (337) 991-0017
ACS utilizes FACTS for parents to view discipline records and academic records. Parents can also contact their child’s teacher through FACTS.
To log in to FACTS please click here.
Our district code is: AC-LA
Once logged in, please make sure you select your child’s specific campus (New Iberia or Abbeville).
If you need assistance with your username and password please contact the ACS office.
We use Remind Text Updates for parents to stay up to date on current events and emergency weather events. Parents will need to re-enroll for the upcoming school year. You will need to re-enroll for the upcoming school year. To join your child’s grade level, please text the appropriate code below (making sure you use the @ sign) to 81010.
ACS NEW IBERIA Parent Departmental Text Messages for 2023-2024:
For Prek-2nd parents: text @acsnipk-2 to the number 81010
For 3rd-5th parents: text @acsni3-5 to the number 81010
For 6th-8th parents: text @acsni6-8 to the number 81010
For 9th-10th parents: text @acsni9-10 to the number 81010
For 11th-12th parents: text @acsni11-12 to the number 81010
ACS ABBEVILLE Parent Departmental Text Messages for 2023-2024:
For Prek-2nd parents: text @acsabbpk-5 to the number 81010
Note: Once you join a group, you can opt out at any time by responding STOP to a text message that you receive from our group.
Students at both the New Iberia and Abbeville campus can bring their lunch to school. As always we will remain a nut free school (no peanut butter or nuts). We do not allow meals to be delivered to students from Waitr or any other fast food delivery service.
ACS New Iberia students can also order a meal from Lunchbox Live. The only meals allowed to be delivered to students are Lunchbox Live meals.
Lunchbox Live provides convenient meals to our New Iberia students. The program is designed to offer students a variety of meals daily from local restaurants. The service creates an easy and convenient ordering system. The program is 100% optional. If anyone has recommendations or contacts to restaurants in the New Iberia region, please feel free to let us know. Below is a description of how the program works.
1.) The parents log into https://www.lunchboxlive.net/, and create an account. The parent will specify the student’s school and grade within the account. (Please note that ACS is not on their website just yet but will be very soon.)
2.) The menus are posted monthly. Clients have the option of ordering monthly, weekly or daily. All orders must be placed by 5pm the evening before delivery.
3.) Each day the menu will consist of multiple restaurants (usually three daily) and multiple meals. The cost per meal will be between $5.60 and $6.50.
4.) Payments can be made when checking out or a client can choose to bank funds to be used as they go. They accept credit cards and checks or Venmo.
5.) Meals orders are processed and sent to the restaurants the evening before and will be delivered to the school at the time specified by the school. Each meal will be labeled with the child’s name and grade. Meals can be canceled for credit up until 5pm the evening before delivery. Meals that are not canceled by 5pm will be deducted from your account should the child not be at school the next day nor eat the meal ordered.
ACS is proud to be a recipient of Community Coffee Cash for Schools. We collect the bar codes on all Community Coffee products. For more information about the CC Cash for Schools program, click here.
ACS is proud to be a recipient of Box Tops for Education. From playground equipment to technology to library books, your school can use this money to help teachers and students get the supplies they need.
How to participate: Use the Box Tops app to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add cash to our school’s earnings online.
How long is a receipt good for: anytime within 14 days of purchase
Which products give box tops funds to our school: If you see a Box Tops label on a product, you can use the Box Tops app to scan your receipt. The app will find participating products purchased at any store and instantly add cash to your school’s earnings online. Please note that some Box Tops products are not labeled; check our product list for a complete list of participating products.
ACS is proud of the accomplishments of its 4-H Club. This club promotes healthy lifestyles, agriculture, and leadership among its members. This organization accepts members from 4th through 12th grade, and it provides opportunities for a variety of competitions, leadership growth, scholarships, education projects, and more.
Young girls in grades 2nd-5th have an opportunity to help spread school spirit at home athletic games by joining pep squad. Young girls will learn chants and cheers and receive a matching uniform (short, shirts, hair bow) and a set of pompoms.
The National Beta Club is a merit-based service organization with the mission to promote character, develop leadership, encourage service and recognize achievement in student members. Membership is Beta Club opens leadership and scholarship opportunities for its members. Beta Club accepts junior high and high school students (6th-12th grades).
Tech Support is a student developed club. Students in grades 6-12th grades that have a niche for technology assist teachers and students with technology needs. Students in this club also learn how to use various forms of media and church production tools.