Visit Us

Start planning your visit today!

The best way to learn about AFLBS is to experience it first-hand. Come see our gorgeous lakeside campus, sit in on AFLBS classes, and get your questions answered as you visit with students, professors, and staff. Visit with your family or join several hundred students who visit on special weekends called Up-Close and Campus Days.

Consider the following options:


Personal Visit

Visiting campus is the best way to see if AFLBS is the place for you.  Schedule a personalized visit that works best with your schedule and meets your interests.  Attend classes and chapel.  Take a tour of our unique campus right off Medicine Lake.  Experience the AFLBS community and get your questions answer by students, professors, and staff!

To set up a campus visit fill out the following form or call the AFLBS office at 763.544.9501.


AFLBS Up-Close – October 17-18, 2019

This Thursday night/Friday event is designed specifically for 11th and 12th graders to get an up-close and personal look at AFLBS. Students will experience a night of activities on campus, a morning of classes and chapel service, and several workshops to learn about life before, during, and after AFLBS.

AFLBS Up-Close includes the following:

  • Campus Tours
  • Evening activities and outings
  • AFLBS classes and electives
  • Chapel service
  • Housing and meals
  • Workshops and sessions
    • Life at AFLBS
    • Preparing for AFLBS
    • Options for after AFLBS

Campus Days – April 17-19, 2020

9th-12th grade students are invited for a weekend full of learning and fellowship. While students can learn more about AFLBS, this event is designed specifically for students and youth groups to enjoy AFLBS campus life, spiritual encouragement, and fellowship with other high schoolers and AFLBS students.

Campus Days Weekend includes the following:

  • Powerful messages from God’s Word
  • Workshops pertaining to your Christian life
  • Interaction with school staff and faculty
  • Housing and meals
  • Recreational activities