What does A.C.E stand for?
A.C.E stands for Accelerated Christian Education.
What is a PACE?
A PACE is a booklet that contains content found in a conventional style text-book that has been
broken down into small, bite-sized study material containing self-instructional activities that help
the learner comprehend and master the subject content.
How does my child study with PACEs?
Learners begin their day by setting their daily goals which are basically the number of pages
they are able to do within that particular subject PACE as guided by the proposed number of
pages per PACE for their grade. They then plan how much time they are going to accord to
each subject so as to achieve these goals and at the end of the day, the learner goes over their
goals with their learning centre supervisor to make sure they have been achieved.
Do the learners know what work they have to do?
PACEs contain self-instructional activities that are carefully designed to help the learner
encounter and understand academic content on their own with minimal assistance thereby
developing thinking skills and enhancing mastery learning.
In the event that the leaner experiences difficulty in comprehending the content at hand, we
encourage asking for guidance as A.C.E emphasizes mastery-learning which can only be
achieved by proper comprehension of the study material.
What is a Learning Centre?
A learning centre is a designated room where we conduct all academic and some in-door extra-
curricular activities. These learning centres contain individual study carrels called student
“offices” which offer privacy, minimize distractions and permit students to focus on their
academics.
Do the students work on PACEs all day?
Our school day begins with devotions at 8:00am for 30 minutes and then learners begin their
PACE work at 8:30am. The school day ends at 3:00pm and then the learners are able to go into
the different extra-curricular activities available.

What certification do they earn?
ACE is evaluated by the International Certificate of Christian Education (ICCE) which awards
certificates to the learners.
The ICCE is a baccalaureate-style programme offering four exit qualifications i.e General,
Intermediate, Advanced and Honours certificates. The academic certificates build upon each
other and should therefore be completed sequentially (i.e. each certificate becomes the
prerequisite for the next level) and each certificate requires special requirements to it.

ACE is evaluated by the International Certificate of Christian Education (ICCE) which awards
certificates to the learners.
The ICCE is a baccalaureate-style programme offering four exit qualifications i.e General,
Intermediate, Advanced and Honours certificates. The academic certificates build upon each
other and should therefore be completed sequentially (i.e. each certificate becomes the
prerequisite for the next level) and each certificate requires special requirements to it.