Christian schools have better outcomes for both academics and character than their publicly funded counterparts. Some brush this off by saying that private school kids simply have better parents. It's nothing the school does, the idea goes, but it's that the kind of people who put their children in Christian school have more money, more … Continue reading Why Christian Schools Cultivate Better Results Than Public Schools Do
You might have noticed that Redeemer Classical is very different from most other kinds of schools. That's on purpose. We joyfully offer a different kind of education for a different kind of child and a different kind of family.
Hundreds of Fort Wayne parents are looking at our open houses page every month. Like you, they are looking for something different and extraordinary for their kids. Come on by and see for yourself if Redeemer Classical is the right fit for your break-the-mold child. It could change your family for the better, like it … Continue reading Spring 2020 Open House Dates For Interested Families
This is an excerpt of a note sent to extended family from a family new to Redeemer Classical in the last year. We reprint it here with the mother's permission, with some minor changes such as removing kids' names. The kids are so happy. The school is exactly what they needed. Each morning begins with … Continue reading Mom Tells About Choosing Redeemer Classical: 'My Kids Are So Happy'
If you aren't following us on Instagram @RedeemerClassical, you're missing regular picture and video updates of what the kids, teachers, and families are up to at Redeemer Classical. Here is a sampler of pictures and videos from this past semester. As you can see, it's been very joyfully busy around here! https://www.instagram.com/p/B18tEKWA8Wo/ https://www.instagram.com/p/B27f8Z1A2wh/ https://www.instagram.com/p/B37vXkbJGIl/ https://www.instagram.com/p/B4ft5H5Ay_r/ … Continue reading Dancing, Praying, Fishes, Paint: See What The Kids Have Been Up To
The Organisation for International Cooperation and Development's members are the world's most advanced economies. It conducts international tests every three years known as PISA, or the Programme for International Student Assessment. Typically, U.S. students rank in the bottom half of these tests of reading, science, and math skills. The latest PISA results also found something … Continue reading International Study Finds Tech Use In Schools Sinks Achievement By Half A Letter Grade
Find more details about nature study here, including how to sign up for text reminders for weather-related cancellations. This year, nature study is from 11:15 a.m. to noon on Fridays, unless otherwise noted. Homeschool families are welcome to join us. This year we'll be studying a plethora of swimming creatures, using Apologia's Zoology 2 and … Continue reading Nature Study Schedule, 2019-2020
To better fit into our school day, nature study this year will be on Fridays at 11:15 a.m. Homeschool families who join us for nature study are welcome to stay afterwards for our weekly all-school picnic lunch. This year, nature study will be closely tied to our science curriculum, Zoology 2, focusing on experiments and observations … Continue reading New Nature Study Format This School Year
Fort Wayne’s new classical school is flourishing, and about to open its library to the public this fall. Redeemer Classical School volunteers have been working for two years to gather, clean, catalog, and organize several thousand classic works, with a focus on the “golden age of children’s literature” from the 1940s through the 1980s. During … Continue reading Enrollment Doubles For Third Year In A Row; Library Soon Open To Public
Nathan Klump joins Redeemer Classical to largely take on our older forms this year, although he and Mr. Pullmann will be splitting several afternoon studies among the older students to provide instruction tailored to their abilities. Join us in welcoming him to the school -- we're pumped about what a good match he is for … Continue reading Meet Our New Teacher