Redemption Academy admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally afforded or made available to students at the school.  Redemption Academy appreciates and values the providential existence of cultural diversity and encourages students to respect and enjoy one another.

Redemption Academy includes programs for three-year-old preschool through college-prep high school.

Some of the educational goals of the curriculum and program of the school include the following:

            Our students will develop a Biblical and Christian worldview.  Our students will understand, learn, and respect other worldviews and mindsets.

            Our students will develop Christian character based upon a high regard for the principles of the Christian lifestyle as taught in the Holy Scriptures. Our students will also learn to appreciate and respect cultural diversity and multiculturalism, which exist throughout the world.

            Our students will develop proficiency and mastery of skills in academic disciplines.  We recognize the knowledge and the learning processes are essential to the development of our students’ academic proficiencies.  We also recognize that our students need to appreciate and operate knowledge and information for functional purposes as part of their practicality of each application.

            Our students develop a responsibility for citizenship and the law.  We want our students to respect the rights, feelings, opinions. And properties of others and to be able to dialogue and articulate the diversity of opinions on issues so that intelligent processes include clean, adequate, and essential information and data.

            Our students learn how to process information, ascertain facts, appreciate diversity of views and perspectives, and make intelligent conclusions where necessary so as to be able to live within society as productive and critical thinkers.

            Our students develop healthy social skills, which allow for adequate socialization in our community and society.   We believe that our students are able to recognize social, emotional, and psychological issues, which may affect positively or negatively their relationships with others, including their own families and social peers.

            Our students realize the importance of a spiritual journey, beginning with a clear relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and living by healthy principles and core values that encourage physical, spiritual, psychological, and mental heath.

The curriculum includes a variety of excellent academic programs.  Redemption Academy uses A Beka Publishers, Association of Christian Schools Curriculum, Bob Jones University Publishers, Saxon Publishers, Addison Wesley Publishers, Macmillan Publishers, Harcourt Publishers, Alpha and Omega Publishers, McGraw and Hill Publishers, Praise Hymns, Amsco Publishers, and others.  Please refer to the Handbook for additional answers to your questions about the academic programs at our school.

Redemption Academy adopts textbooks, which reflect excellence and integrity.  While Redemption Academy does teach its students regarding the Biblical creation as the origin of our solar system, we also present other theories regarding the origin of the universe as well.

In the secondary division, students learn psychological concepts, which allow them to process life’s experiences.    

At the beginning of every year, parents are given a schedule of the curriculum and courses.  We have an Open House and regular Parent-Teacher Conferences where we are able to review the curriculum and student performances.  Redemption Academy also provide reports cards and progress reports throughout the school year.

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