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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
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...Read more
2018 Virginia National Geographic State Bee Semifinalist
Nathan Dunaway, a sixth grader, has qualified as one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2018 Virginia National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018.
This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 30th year. Fourth- through eighth-grade students competed in School Bees throughout the state to determine each school champion. School champions then took a qualifying test, which they...Read more
New Rules for VA529 Funds
- Posted Feb 28, 2018
An added benefit: 529 funds can now be used for K-12 tuition
On December 22, 2017, a wide-ranging tax reform bill (H.R. 1) was signed into law, bringing new flexibility and utility to 529 accounts.
Your 529 plan can now be used to fund tuition costs for private and religious K-12 education, up to $10,000 per child per year.
Because K-12 tuition is now a qualified higher education expense, some states may offer a deduction from individual state income taxes (Virginia, for...Read more