Asian Christian High School was started in June 1996 by Asian Christian Academy, a registered Society under Society Act as a major social outreach venture. The Society comprises of eminent personalities from all walks of life and it is the apex body of the school.
ACHS is an English Medium Co-educational School, affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi (Affiliation No.1930159). The first order of affiliation was obtained in April 2000. The school is functioning based on the Christian Principles in order to provide quality education towards all round development of the children.
Emanating from a humble beginning with 225 students from Lower Kindergarten to Class II, this versatile school today has grown into a full - fledged High School with more than 2000 students from Kindergarten to Class X.
The school has applied for up gradation of the school in the Senior Secondary Level affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. Upon grant of permission, the school envisages to start Class XI in the academic year 2013-14 with the following groups:
1, Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
2. Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science
3. Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics and Language
4. Multimedia & Web Technology, Graphics, Introduction to Media Studies and Language
5. Clinical Bio-Chemistry, Lab Machines and Language (Vocational Course)
Besides English, the school will offer languages like Tamil, Hindi and Kannada
Note: The academic course in Multimedia will have its infrastructure and technology by the Media Centre run by the Society and the Vocational Course in Medical Lab Technology will receive its support by the adjacent Agape Hospital, sponsored by the ACA Society.
All students are placed in one of the four houses named after eminent personalities, connected with Asian Christian Academy.
- Burns House
- George House
- John House
- Ledbetter House
Each house has its colour, flag, staff councellors, captain, vice-captain and Prefect. House system is exploited to create healthy rivalry in all matters including academic, co-curricular activities, competitions, games and sports. The best house is determined by its performance and a rolling trophy is awarded on the Annual Prize Giving Day.