Thanks to many generous donors, we are pleased to be able to now offer limited financial aid to families who enroll their children in Redeemer Classical School. The tuition page of our website has been updated, most pertinently with a new section at the bottom titled "Pathway to Financial Aid." The aid process includes a … Continue reading We’re Now Offering Financial Aid. Here’s How To Apply
I live in a good school district -- at least, they have good test scores -- so why should I bother researching and shopping around? "Issues Etc." radio host and pastor Todd Wilken asks Dr. Thomas Korcok to open an episode in their recent series on classical education. "One of the things Christians should be concerned about … Continue reading How To Shop For Your Child’s School When Nobody Has Taught You How
1. We Support Deep Fidelity to Your Family’s Faith Holy scripture and the church fathers teach that the chief duty of parents is to instruct their children in the faith, and to pass on their religious heritage. Only Christ can save a child’s soul. But parents ought to be faithful to our God-given duties, trusting … Continue reading 12 Reasons Redeemer Classical Should Be Your Child’s School
How we use the resources God has given us demonstrates our priorities and habits. It can be humbling to discover or reveal those to others. But examining it is important for good stewardship of the gifts God has entrusted each of us. This task is important, not just for itself, but especially when it deeply … Continue reading How Hoosiers Can Save $1,000 Or More On Private Tuition
Reason magazine recently profiled Bob Luddy, a HVAC business owner who got into education when he discovered that some of his employees could not use a measuring tape to measure fractions of inches. At first, Luddy "volunteered to co-chair a statewide education commission and met with North Carolina officials to voice his concerns. 'They were … Continue reading NC Businessman Discovers The Way To Transform Education Is Building New Schools
Longtime Hillary Clinton compatriot and education nationalizer Marc Tucker recently wrote in his Education Week column on a frequent theme from employers: Many graduates nowadays can't write, speak, or think worth beans. My organization decided a few weeks back that we needed to hire a new professional staff person. We had close to 500 applicants. … Continue reading Everyone Knows Graduates Can’t Write, But Testing Won’t Solve That
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!