Success Stories

  • 99% of our graduates enter college upon graduation.
  • Many students have received 28 and higher on the ACT.
  • Auburn Hills Christian School students, including those that are not on the College Preparatory track average 23.1 on the ACT, which is higher than State and National averages
  • Graduating class of 2015 received over $450,000 in scholarships with only 11 graduates in the class.
  • Graduating class of 2014 received over $200,000 in scholarships.
  • Graduating class of 2013 received over $450,000 in scholarships, with only 16 graduates.
  • 2015 Valedictorian is attending University of Michigan.
  • 2013 Valedictorian is attending Oakland University and has received over $25,000 in scholarships.
  • Top 3 students in 2013 graduating class are enrolled in Oakland University's Honors College.
  • 2012 Valedictorian is attending Oakland University and has received over $25,000 in scholarships.
  • 2012 Graduate Taylor Barton is attending Kettering University with over $52,000 in scholarships.
  • 2011 Valedictorian attended Rochester College with academic Scholarships.
  • 2010 Valedictorian is in the Engineering program at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
  • 2010 Salutatorian attends Asbury University in Georgetown, Kentucky and she received $20,000  per year in scholarship money
  • 2009 Valedictorian received over half of her tuition to Baker College in scholarship money
  • 2007 and 2008 Valedictorians received four year scholarships to Oakland University and Madonna University Graduates from the classes of 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 received over $250,000 in scholarship money
  • COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED   Baker College , Central Michigan University,  Cleary University , Dorsey School of Business , Eastern Michigan University , Everest University,  Grand Canyon University,  Great Lakes University,  Indiana Bible College,  International Academy of Design and Technology,  ITT Tech,  Ivy Tech,  Kettering University , Lawrence Tech University , Madonna University , Miami University,  Michigan State University , Oakland Community College , Oakland University,  Ohio University,  Rochester College , SanJacinto College, University of Houston,  Specks Howard University,  Thomas Cooley Law School , University of Michigan – Dearborn,  University of Michigan – Flint,  University of Central Florida,  University of Detroit Mercy , University of Michigan – Ann Arbor,  University of South Florida,  Walsh College,  Wayne State University
  • ALUMNI PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS   Accounting,  Air Force,  Small Business Owners , College Professors,  Engineering,  Finance,  Firefighting , Musicians , Nursing , Pastoring , Professor , Law Enforcement,  Lawyers,  Psychologists,  Sales,  Teaching


Aaron Hanke graduated from Auburn Hills Christian in 2006, at the age of 17. At the age of 19, Aaron received his undergraduate degree from Oakland University, graduating cum laude with a major in Journalism and a minor in history. Three years later, Mr. Hanke received his law degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, graduating in the top 10 percent of his class. In March of 2011, he was featured in the Michigan Lawyers Weekly as the second youngest active attorney in Michigan, and one of only 60 in Michigan history to have graduated from law school and passed the Michigan bar exam at the age of 22. While in law school, Mr. Hanke completed an externship with Federal District Judge Gerald E. Rosen and an internship with former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Maura D. Corrigan. He was also a member of moot court and law review. Mr. Hanke's law review article, An Extreme Makeover: Why Michigan's Judicial Recusal Standards Needed Reconstruction and Why More Work Remains to be Done, 88 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 97 (2011), was chosen for publication. He was also awarded the Edward H. Rakow Scholarship for outstanding achievement in business Law by the Federal Bar Association for the Eastern District of Michigan.     

Aaron Hanke is now a research attorney with the Macomb County Circuit Court. Aaron performs legal research and drafts proposed opinions for all of the circuit court judges. Prior to working for the Macomb County Circuit Court, Aaron was a litigation associate attorney with the Carthew Law Firm, P.C., practicing in the areas of contracts and business litigation, real estate and construction transactions. He also previously served as a judicial law clerk for Circuit Court Judge Michael J. Beale in Midland, and Circuit Court Judges Scott P. Hill-Kennedy and Ronald C. Nichols in Big Rapids.  Aaron was nominated this year for Oakland County Executive's Elite 40 under 40.  


Sarah Lewis graduated from Auburn Hills Christian School in 2012.  She graduated with an associates degree in Mental Health/Social Work from Oakland Community College.  Sarah will continue her pursuit of a bachelor and eventually master's degrees from Oakland University.  She will be studying social work with a minor in recreation and leadership.  Sarah has always been passionate about helping people.  During her sophomore year in college she began interning at Crossroads for Youth.  As a part of one of her classes she developed an idea for a program that she has now had the opportunity to implement. Sarah has not only been asked to run this program at Crossroads for Youth but she has also been asked to teach this program at Children's Village and a couple of other youth oriented sites.  Sarah has also offered to come in and facilitate this group with our young ladies.  

Brief synopsis -- The twelve week Empowerment Program focuses on the importance of creating self empowerment for young ladies. It is no question that in our society women are being objectified more and more as the media industry booms. In this program there will be exercises and group activities which will bring about young ladies' awareness of who they are as a person and how they can become ladies which exemplify self worth and self respect. This program will inspire women from all walks of life to become agents of change in their lives and see their true beauty from within.   

Program Purpose:-- for young ladies to awaken their potential and realize they are worthy of a life well lived. The goal is they will feel empowered within themselves to accomplish new goals and feel confident in achieving them. This program will be focused on increasing self esteem, leadership skills, vision and goal setting, self worth, communication, and positive decision making skills.   


Stephen Naughton graduated from Auburn Hills Christian School in 2007.  He attended Walsh College and pursued a degree in Finance and Marketing.  Out of all of the graduates in his class, Stephen was asked to speak at his Commencement ceremony at Walsh.  Stephen is now the Campaign Architect at Marketing Impact, Inc.  Stephen was nominated and honored as a recipient of the Oakland County's Executive's Elite 40 under 40.  Stephen is also a member of our school board and helps us with ideas for marketing and advertising.