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Nurturing Faith and Knowledge: Resurrection Christian School’s Commitment to a Boldly Christian, Academically Equipped, and Globally Prepared Education

February 15, 2024

In the picturesque landscape of Northern Colorado, Resurrection Christian School (RCS) stands as a beacon of educational excellence, where the fusion of faith and knowledge is central to our mission. At RCS, we are not just educators; we are stewards of a vision that embraces our core values: to be Boldly Christian, Academically Equipped, and…

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Resurrection Christian School: A Beacon of Light in a World of Uncertainty

January 26, 2024

In a world filled with uncertainties and challenges, the search for a school that prioritizes values, resilience, and steadfastness is more crucial than ever. Resurrection Christian School stands as a beacon of light, steadfast in its commitment to providing an educational haven that refuses to conform to the unsettling norms of the outside world. 1.…

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What is National School Choice Week and Why Does It Matter for Resurrection Christian School in Loveland?

January 17, 2024

As we approach National School Choice Week, it’s an opportune moment to reflect on the significance of this annual celebration and what it means for families seeking the best educational options for their children. At Resurrection Christian School in Loveland, we not only embrace the spirit of National School Choice Week but also recognize its…

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With Friends Like These…

April 6, 2023

My mother taught me many, many things about life and human nature through actual situations that occurred. She frequently used to wax philosophical about some observance or interaction she would see among people. I remember as a child hearing her say something perhaps your mother quoted to you. “With friends like that, you don’t need…

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Q&A with Camden Martin, Winner of the Daniels Fund Scholarship

April 5, 2023

RCS Senior, Camden Martin, was recently awarded the Daniels Fund Scholarship, a coveted scholarship worth up to $100,000 toward tuition at the college or university of his choosing. Daniels Scholars are selected for their “strength of character, leadership potential, commitment to serving the community, and academic potential.” We asked Cam a few questions about this…

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I See People

March 16, 2023

At RCS, we train students to be academically prepared, boldly Christian, and globally prepared. To be boldly Christian and globally prepared means, in part, to see individuals and the world through the eyes of Christ. The RCS focus on service and missions gives students the opportunity to walk in Christ’s compassion in places students would…

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Team Player

March 2, 2023

This past week in an RCS academic cabinet meeting Psalm 127:3 was shared: “Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from Him.” We talked together about the blessing of working with every family’s greatest treasure–their children. I was reminded of a devotion I had written and published in the book Devoted Parent:…

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Diversity & Belonging

February 23, 2023

As many of us may know, February is Black History Month. At Resurrection Christian School, we like to not only focus on the amazing contributions of our African American culture but also, celebrate the unique contributions from many cultures. There has been a lot lately in the news and our society generally about diversity, equity,…

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Affecting Culture with a Biblical Worldview

February 15, 2023

Developing an education that trains students to see their lives through the lens of biblical truth is vital to the mission of RCS. In Acts 17:17 we read about Paul in Athens; “So he reasoned in the synagogue with the Jews and the devout persons, and in the marketplace every day with those who happened…

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The Works of the Lord

February 8, 2023

Over the door of the Cavendish Laboratory for physics on the campus of the University of Cambridge is the inscription “The works of the Lord are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein.” It is a bit strange for a public university building built in the 1970s to have the words of…

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