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Redeemer Hires Head of School

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...

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RCS Students Earn Seven Awards at the 2018 Regional Science Fair

RCS Students Earn Seven Awards at the 2018 Regional Science Fair

Congratulations to the six students who represented Redeemer Classical School at the Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair held on March 6th at James Madison University. Josie Brumfield, Madeleine Dunaway, Jeremiah Esteban, Josiah Leach, Henry Matter, and Virginia Velker were the top finishers at our school science fair, and went on to compete against students from schools throughout the Shenandoah Valley.

Our students came home with seven awards! 

Josie Brumfield won...

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Redeemer Classical School Purchases Historic Keezletown School Building

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...

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School Song Unveiled

School Song Unveiled

KEEZLETOWN, Va.—Redeemer Classical School unveiled its school song at its spring program last week, a fitting tribute to the school’s ten-year anniversary. The new song was performed by 23 students from the school’s 3rd, 4th and 5th grades with piano accompaniment. The music is an original composition by teacher Nathan Whittaker and the lyrics, written by teachers Whittaker and Anne Merrin Clemmer along with sixth-grade student Anna Phillips, encapsulate the school’s...

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