Redwood Christian Schools (RCS) Mission Statement:
The mission of Redwood Christian Schools is to provide a Christ-centered education which is able to equip students for daily living and eternal life.
Why Redwood Christian Schools?
The cumulative results of our students' tests indicate that our classes are one to two years ahead of national norms. Our students matriculate to some of the finest universities and colleges in the United States. (A current list of where our graduates are currently attending are available upon request.)
The Redwood Christian Schools chapter of the California Scholarship Federation is based on outstanding high school scholastic achievement and good citizenship. Members are given specific privileges and opportunities.
Extracurricular activities include computers, science fairs, sports, speech meets, academic meets, and student government.
The textbooks provided by our schools are selected from the best available. Excellence in content and harmony with a Christian philosophy are important considerations.
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RCS Doctrinal Statement:
As a Christian School, we believe that God is an eternal personal being of absolute knowledge, power, goodness and righteousness. He is ultimate reality, the source and foundation of all reality and truth. We believe that Jesus Christ, God’s only Son, is creator, designer and preserver of all things. In Him the entire universe has its origin, energy, control, and final destiny.
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Statement of Faith
RCS serves the entire San Francisco East Bay Area Christian School needs.
Our schools service area includes Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Alameda, Oakland, San Ramon, Fremont, Newark, Pleasanton, Concord, Dublin, Castro Valley, Alamo, Walnut Creek.
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We also have students from around the world including China, Japan, Korea and other parts of Asia; Europe; and South America.
Redwood christian is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students and