Category: Blog

The Centrifugal Force of Feminism: How American Third Wave Feminism Has Forwarded Individualism

by admin | April 9th, 2019

The following article is the senior thesis from RCA student Addisyn Eggar.  The word “feminism” is a loaded term. Some people see the image of a woman with armpit hair burning undergarments. Many envision a brave and confident woman strolling into the workplace. Feminism, however, is much more than the images people see when the […]

Back to school factors for selecting a private school

by admin | July 17th, 2018

Word of mouth and earned trust go a long way with most product or service recommendations, but the same is true when selecting a private school. Many parents may choose a private school based upon the experience of a trusted friend, neighbor or others. While their words may speak volumes about a school, there are […]

Summer learning tips for parents to encourage education

by admin | May 29th, 2018

Summer is upon us and as always brings a time of reflection and relaxation for a couple of months before the next school year draws closer. Und For students and parents alike, it is good practice to take it easy at times, but it is also of equal importance to not let the mind rest […]

Choosing the correct time to send your child to a private school

by admin | March 14th, 2018

Several variables contribute to the ideal time to send your child to a private school If you are reading this article, chances are you have a keen interest in private school education. You may be on the fence about sending your child to a private school or you are a longtime advocate of private school […]

Open house events are a great way to learn about curriculum, mission

by admin | February 20th, 2018

Spring is upon us and is a season of growth and newness for many things. For parents and students looking for a new school home, it is a great time to attend one of Redeemer Classical Academy’s Coffee at the Academy. The next event is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 24 at 9 a.m. The event […]

Third Quarter Encouragement

by Amanda Bell | February 13th, 2018

By Ben Nolen Diligent – Working hard all the way to the end. (From RCA’s Morning Recitation) RCA is a community that prizes diligence. We are here to do hard things and to learn the virtue of undertaking difficult tasks for the glory of God. The 3rd Quarter provides our community with, shall we say, […]

Reasons to switch to a new school

by admin | January 16th, 2018

  Are you a parent thinking about reasons to switch to a new school? It’s mid year for most schools and the second half of the year is getting into full swing. For parents, this can signal many things on the education front. As the new year brings resolutions to many that revolve around financial, […]


by Amanda Bell | January 12th, 2018

by Ben Nolen JESUS, YOU, AND THE NEIGHBORS YOU DON’T HAVE Luke 10:25-37 The Seven Sages were summoned to offer their wisdom to generations yet to come: Mathematicians and mystics; statesman, men of renown, poets. Seven Sages from the Peloponnese; Ionia; Thessaly; Thrace; and Crete. Seven Sages from Mytilene and Miletus, Corinth and Athens. The […]

Redeemer Classical Academy hosts Open House at The Grove

by admin | October 25th, 2017

Redeemer Classical Academy hosted their first Open House at The Grove event on Monday, Oct. 23. Attendees included RCA staff and board members along with students and family members. The evening was filled with fellowship and testimonials about the school and its mission. For more information about the school, contact Amanda Bell at or […]

The Education of Bob Dylan: Classical Education & Formation

by Amanda Bell | September 27th, 2017

By Ben Nolen There are many draws to classical education and many ways that you can talk about it with others. The best way, of course, is to speak about your own experience: What drew you to classical education? What keeps you committed to classical education? What benefits for your child / children do you […]