Discover The RCS Difference

Welcome to Resurrection Christian School

In a culture that accepts Godlessness, we seek to be the change. Students receive the education they need to thrive while discovering who they are in Christ. We partner with you to raise the next generation of young people who love Jesus and who share His Word. We serve students from preschool through 12th grade, equipping them to be Boldly Christian, Academically Equipped, and Globally Prepared to impact the world.

Discover the RCS Difference: an educational experience where our staff invests in the whole child; heart, soul, mind, body, and spirit. To help them gain confidence in their faith, we seek to enhance their knowledge and desire through:

Student-led worship & prayer times
Weekly chapel
Annual spiritual retreats
Daily Bible classes
Discipleship & mentoring with Godly teachers
Community outreach
Biblical integration in all classes
Senior mission trip

College Credits Available


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“But each one should be careful how he builds. For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.”

– 1 Corinthians 3:11

What People Are Saying About RCS

“Taking AP and dual credit classes at RCS prepared me academically for college. Many of my classes at DU were easier than the classes I took at RCS. To me, this says how well-prepared and challenged I was by my courses in high school.”

Bekah Reeser  |    DU Law School


Recent Blog Posts

4 Ways to Teach Your Kids To Be Kind

By Danielle Roskamp | November 8, 2022 |

Today is Social Media Kindness Day, and coming up this weekend is World Kindness Day, so our team at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland thought it would be a great week to talk about the importance of teaching our children to be kind. In today’s world, a little bit of kindness can go a long…

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RCS Freshman Honored with a Youth Impact Award

By Danielle Roskamp | November 1, 2022 |

If you haven’t heard about Galaxy Cookies, you’re missing out. Daniela Ortiz, a freshman at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland, started baking cookies for kids’ cancer research when she was in the 3rd grade. Since then, her fundraising efforts have exploded, and she has raised nearly $42,000 and counting. Keep reading to learn more about…

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“Rainbow Fentanyl”: Should You Be Worried About Your Kids Trick-or-Treating?

By Danielle Roskamp | October 24, 2022 |

As we near the end of October, you may have heard about the dangerous and disturbing fentanyl crisis spreading across the United States. Many stories and news reports have described victims who simply picked a dollar or piece of paper off the ground, only to find that it was laced with enough of the dangerous…

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4 Ways to Do Your Part in Preventing Bullying in Schools

By Danielle Roskamp | October 17, 2022 |

October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as a Christian school in Loveland, we couldn’t let the month pass us by without opening a discussion about how important it is to ensure that our schools are free of bullies and our students are safe and protected. We want our students, teachers, parents, and staff to…

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Talking to Your Child About Mental Health

By Danielle Roskamp | October 10, 2022 |

As our kids get older and more and more independent, it can become increasingly difficult to have conversations with them about emotional topics, such as mental health. Talking about medical health seems easy — allergies, aches, pains, etc — but when it comes to figuring out what’s going on in their head? The task seems…

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