Our classic games summer camp will run from June 3-7 this year. This is a half-day camp from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day at Redeemer Classical School. This classic games and handcrafts camp for ages 4-12 aims to nourish the arts of self-organization, negotiation, and relationship development through play; develop a repertoire of … Continue reading Register Here For Our Classic Games and Handcrafts Summer Camp
If you'd be interested in signing up your child or children for a summer day camp focused on classic games and handcrafts, fill out this interest form right now. We need at least 30 interested kids by the end of February to move forward with it. We're almost there! Here's the scoop: The goal would be reviving nearly lost … Continue reading Interested In A Classic Games Summer Day Camp?
A great group has already signed up for our first adult event offering. There's still time for you to join us! We will begin each discussion night at 6:30 p.m. in the undercroft at Redeemer Lutheran Church. You can sign up online here. The events are all free and open to the public, but if … Continue reading Wine And Shakespeare Adult Discussion Group Schedule, Spring ’19
We need a snazzy name for our biweekly grown-up gathering to watch and discuss Hillsdale College's online Shakespeare course while drinking pairings selected by Wine Down starting in January. Anyone got any ideas? Put them in the comments below or on Facebook. Also, the original post about the event series has been updated to reflect … Continue reading Do You Have A Name For Our Shakespeare + Wine Nights? Do Tell
Calling all adults seeking to rejuvenate their minds and souls, this time with a delve into Shakespeare's Hamlet and The Tempest, every other Monday night starting January 7, for nine sessions. This is an opportunity for adult discussion, friendship, and learning, paired with wine selected by Wine Down. We will read brief sections of these … Continue reading Shakespeare And Wine Discussion Group Starts In January
Redeemer Classical is hosting a fall mothers' retreat focused on culture-building within ourselves and our communities. The retreat will feature online workshops with the ladies of the Schole Sisters and their special guest, author, speaker, and mother of nine Cindy Rollins, plus in-person discussion with a treasury of local women. The retreat hosts and speakers … Continue reading Calling All Mothers For A Culture-Building Retreat On Nov. 3
Last week Redeemer families and friends gathered for our spring semester recitation day. Ages three to adult recited the following selections, which we'll excerpt here. Just imagine if the whole world resounded with such stirring ideas and poetry! Imagine if you learned, at age seven, all 130 lines of "Paul Revere's Ride," by Henry Wadsworth … Continue reading 11 Things We Heard At Our Spring Recitation Day
We had a blast last week at our first volunteer work day. Our test run this week at decorative painting for the school hallway went well, too, so we're just about ready to begin that work in earnest. Come join in the fun for the next set of opportunities to bring world-class education to Fort … Continue reading Get Your Smiling Face In Our Pages At These Upcoming Volunteer Events!
Here are some of our crew beginning to remove old classroom furniture and general detrius from a classroom. Of course work is always better with children around, right? Especially when all the work is on their behalf. Here is a before picture of the dark hallway. Soon, men would ascend to the ceiling and replace … Continue reading Cheerful Pictures From Our First Work Day
We're hosting two public events in January: A Friends of the School volunteer and giver's meeting on January 17, and a January 28 TED-style talk during School Choice Week by Joy Pullmann titled "School Choice: Escape Hatch or Trojan Horse?" Joy will be giving a speech about her book at Hillsdale College on February 7, … Continue reading Don’t Miss Our January Events!