Category: Education

Summer months key to recharging and preparing for new school year

by admin | May 26th, 2015

Summer break has arrived and teachers and students alike at Redeemer Classical Academy welcome it with open arms. Sure, we all love what we do each day but all agree a break is nice to have every once in awhile. As many families prepare for vacations, summer events, sports and other activities, we must remind […]

Giving a voice to all matters within Murfreesboro private schools

by admin | April 16th, 2015

Giving everyone a voice matters and especially in education. Learning is not always a one way street between teacher and student as sometimes students can learn from other students in an engaging manner. At Redeemer Classical Academy, we aim to be much more than just another Murfreesboro private school, we strive to be an interconnected […]

Sense of community vital in Murfreesboro private school education

by admin | March 5th, 2015

In a recent article from The New York Times titled “Make School a Democracy,” the main emphasis revolves around a Columbian school and its education model, Escuela Nueva, or New School model. The Escuela Nueva method focuses on four components – the curriculum and classroom, community, training, and management. With this model, the school functions […]

The Basics of a Classical Christian Education

by admin | December 17th, 2014

Education, within all regards, is a vital part of a community. Schools, along with a few other factors, have helped contribute to the vibrancy of the area within the last few years. Fortunately, Rutherford County has a myriad of top-notch schools, but for those looking to break the mainstream, private schools are a route that […]

Is Private School Worth the Drive?

by admin | December 17th, 2014

There are several aspects of a Classical Christian education that may go unnoticed at times. While the method and its experiences have qualities that are advantageous in their own right, there are several intrinsic factors that RCA exhibits as well. One of these advantages is the classroom size. With smaller classroom sizes, students have a […]

Bad people only send their kids to private schools

by admin | December 1st, 2014

Last year, Slate published an article entitled “If you Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person.” While the article does have solid points, it does not paint private schools in the brightest light. Deeming a person “bad” because they send their kid to a private school is on the extreme side […]