When a student’s time at RCS is complete, we want them to:
- Have a fully devoted relationship with Jesus Christ
- Filter everything through a Biblical Worldview
- Exhibit three qualities: Godly Wisdom, Christ-like Character, and Love for One Another
This week we hosted a team of seven school professionals as part of our ACSI reaccreditation process. Their job this week was to conduct a 360-degree review of our school to determine areas of strength and opportunities for growth. They met with our school board, parents, staff, and students. They reviewed our practices for spiritual formation, academics, relationships, well-being of students & staff, operations & finances, etc. The process was very encouraging both in the reinforcement of our strengths and in identifying areas we should focus our energy on over the coming years. The good news is that the team is fully recommending our reaccreditation to the ACSI Accreditation Commission! We should receive their detailed report in February. This reaccreditation process and report will inform and strengthen our school’s strategic plan for the coming years. We will share more details when we receive their final report.
December 1st, 2023
As we embrace the exciting month of December, I am compelled to reflect upon the true meaning of Christmas, a celebration that extends far beyond the twinkling lights, glittering decorations, and the exchange of gifts. At the core of this joyful season lies the profound truth of the birth of Jesus—His birth speaks of hope, love, and the promise of salvation.
Please join us on December 14th for The Light of Christmas, Renton Christian's Annual Christmas Concert in the Main Auditorium. Read more for concert times and grade levels.
Be respectful to one another, doing our best to not put others down. Showing the love of Jesus in everything we do and everywhere we go.
Practicing safety so that we can keep ourselves and each other from getting hurt.
Did you know that when you point your finger at someone, three fingers are pointing back to you? Be responsible by taking ownership of our actions instead of blaming others.
We are committed to ourselves, our teachers, and our classmates by doing the right thing. Choosing kindness, being safe and showing responsibility in all our actions is the Royal Way.