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Mom Tells About Choosing Redeemer Classical: ‘My Kids Are So Happy’

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’

We’ll Be Back To Our Highly Personalized Small Classes This Fall

Redeemer Classical School will be open for in-person instruction this fall. Many families are worried about what school is going to look like this year. This is what we are going to do and why. We will give in-person instruction to all of our classes every weekday during our normal hours. While we will take … Continue reading We’ll Be Back To Our Highly Personalized Small Classes This Fall

Support a Seminarian Scholarship Fund

Seminarians face a serious problem. Full-time pastoral studies crowd out seminarians’ ability to support their families, including paying for a high-quality, Lutheran education for their children. The average cost of a Lutheran education in Fort Wayne is almost $6,000. This is out of reach for almost all seminarians, but you can help them. As the … Continue reading Support a Seminarian Scholarship Fund

Support a Seminarian Scholarship Fund

Seminarians face a serious problem. Full-time pastoral studies crowd out seminarians’ ability to support their families, including paying for a high-quality, Lutheran education for their children. The average cost of a Lutheran education in Fort Wayne is almost $6,000. This is out of reach for almost all seminarians, but you can help them. As the … Continue reading Support a Seminarian Scholarship Fund

Our Headmaster’s Letter To Parents About Prudently Responding To Coronavirus

Dear Parents, I'm sure you are all wondering what the school is going to do in the coming weeks. I have been waiting to see how things changed over the last few days before we made a decision about this coming week. The short message is that we will be transferring our spring break from … Continue reading Our Headmaster’s Letter To Parents About Prudently Responding To Coronavirus

2020-21 Applications Nearing Waitlist For Ages 5-7

This spring's applications for fall entrance to Redeemer Classical are our highest yet, especially for the early classes, Forms A and B, for children approximately ages 5-8. If you are thinking about applying for a child in this ability range for fall 2020, you'll want to get that application in soon. Apply here. Once we … Continue reading 2020-21 Applications Nearing Waitlist For Ages 5-7

Why Christian Schools Cultivate Better Results Than Public Schools Do

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