Student Goals

Followers of Jesus - An RSW student has an active relationship with Jesus Christ, is led by the Holy Spirit, and is anchored in His Word. Their life is a visible display of the goodness of God. (Eph 2:7) 

Effective Readers and Communicators - An RSW student is able to comprehend content and clearly present information in written, verbal and creative, non-verbal form. 

World Changers and Leaders - An RSW student understands they have been given a measure of influence. They steward this responsibility with highest regard. They use self-control to become successful, life-long, disciplined learners and leaders. They freely use their spiritual gifts at home, school, in their community, and abroad to reveal the Father to the world around them.

Parental Responsibilities

1. DISCIPLING OUR CHILDREN - Scripture clearly communicates that parents are responsible to teach and train their children in the way they should go in order to fulfill their God-given assignments in the earth. (Prov 22:6, Duet 6:4-9) We seek to partner with parents in providing a Christian learning environment to reinforce biblical truths and develop the whole student; mind, body, and spirit. 

2. WEEKLY SYLLABUS - A syllabus is sent home weekly with the students detailing what work is to be completed. Parents are considered partners in the education process and are responsible to teach and oversee the assigned student’s work at home. The parent must sign and return the syllabus weekly indicating the student comprehended and completed the assigned work.  This is our only way to measure accountability in order to meet state standards in attendance and compliance with our category four status of a “church related school”.  Failure to return the syllabus could result in dismissal from RSW. 

3. PARTICIPATION IN NIGHTS OF WORSHIP - At the end of each semester, the students will put on a night of worship for the families to attend. This allows the student to present what they have been working towards in their elective classes, restricted nations class, or even in the academic classroom. Participation is required and also earns the student a grade in designated classes according to what is being presented.

Daily Schedule

 

 

Because we are a University Model School, our on-campus days look a little different for each grade. 

Download the Information Packet below for a detailed breakdown of who we are and our daily schedule.