Though about two-thirds of ANC students are day students, we also have boys and girls dormitories for students who cannot commute to campus. Our boarding students are an important part of the student body, and hail from throughout the United States and Canada, as well as several countries around the world.
Our dormitories—Stuart Hall for the boys and Glenn Hall for the girls—are run by faculty house parents aided by residential assistants college-age and older. Dormitory staff work hard to provide student residents with a safe, structured, and caring environment that incorporates the spiritual values of our school.
Living in a dormitory teaches students independence and self-confidence while providing a safety net for when they need additional support. With study hall, educational support services, college counseling, and academic advisors, our boarding students have a strong network of support.