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5th Grade Mythology Exam Medals

5th Grade Mythology Exam Medals

This spring, the fifth grade class participated in the National Mythology Exam — administered by Excellence Through Classics — for the first time. The purpose of the exam is “to motivate students to learn about classical mythology and literature.” The fifth grade students completed 40 questions on the Olympic gods and 10 questions on Hercules.  

100% of the students who were able to take the exam earned a medal! You can see their names and the medals they earned below:

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8th Grade Capstone Presentations

8th Grade Capstone Presentations

Each spring, 8th grade students are asked to think of a topic that has been of personal importance to them during their time at RCS. Students research and prepare a 3-5 minute presentation to share their developing understanding or skill in their chosen area. Our current 8th graders delivered this Capstone presentation at the Spring Logic School Program on May 4. The following are brief descriptions for the presentations.

Cara Rodes: The Importance of Learning Latin
Cara...

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Handbells at Redeemer Classical School

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...

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Science Fair 2017

Science Fair 2017

Science fair is an important component of science education at RCS. Students in kindergarten through fourth grade complete class science fair projects. Students in grades five through eight work to complete individual projects. Through this process students learn how to apply the scientific method to solve a problem or answer a question. They also learn how to

•  Ask good questions
•  Do research
•  Write a research paper
•  Manage a large project
•  Work with deadlines

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National Mythology Exam Awards

National Mythology Exam Awards

This spring, RCS students in grades 5-8 took the National Mythology Exam administered by Excellence Through Classics. The purpose of the exam is “to motivate students to learn about classical mythology and literature.”

All students completed 40 questions on the Olympic gods and 10 questions on Hercules.  Sixth and seventh grade students also answered 10 questions on Norse mythology, which they have been studying in literature class.  Eighth grade students studied Book 22 of...

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