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Redeemer Hires Head of School
Today Redeemer Classical School announced its hiring of Ron Hoch as Head of School. Hoch currently serves as Director of Student Life for Delaware County Christian School in the Philadelphia area.
“This was the next logical step for our growing school community,” said Gus Scheidt, President of the RCS Board. “A full-time Head of School will focus on achieving our long-range goals and will enable Redeemer Classical School to engage more of the community with our compelling...Read more
The 1st Annual Griffin Classic
You’re invited to Redeemer Classical School's first annual miniature golf tournament, The Griffin Classic. The event will take place on Saturday, May 12 at Mulligan's Golf Center. This is a great opportunity to support RCS while having fun with your RCS student.
Teams are comprised of two players and must include a student and an adult. There will be two teams per hole with a shotgun start (space is limited to 36 teams per flight):
10 a.m. Flight: 5-7 year olds + adult
Redeemer Classical School Purchases Historic Keezletown School Building
Redeemer Classical School announced today that it has purchased the historic Keezletown School Building. The school has rented the facility since 2008, and will now undertake significant improvements to make the campus its permanent home. Redeemer Classical School is the only classical school in the Shenandoah Valley and includes pre-K through 8th grade. It earned full accreditation from Christian Schools International in 2015.
“This was the next logical step for our...Read more
Handbells at Redeemer Classical School
Music education, experience, creation and performance is highly valued at RCS. The dedicated handbells teacher, a fine musician and composer in her own right, leads students in exploring grade appropriate musical experiences:
• Focus on an acclaimed graded handbell program
• Learn music theory and basic to advanced ringng skills
• Practice performance skills and composition through outreach concerts
• Participate in a local handbell festival
The Spring...Read more
National Latin Exam Awards
In March 2017, the logic school Latin students took the National Latin Exam. This test is administered to over 149,000 students world-wide. Students answer questions on English derivatives and Latin history, mythology, culture, and translation. Most students who take the NLE are high school students, and some are college students. Typically, close to 38 % of students who take the NLE receive awards. This year, 50% of RCS students taking the NLE received an award for...Read more