"My favorite thing about RCS is our faculty—without a doubt! I’m convinced you will never EVER meet a more dedicated group of people who love Jesus and love what they do. The best part of my job is observing teachers Biblically integrate their lessons day after day after day. Witnessing Jesus-loving teachers share their love for the Lord and teach through a Biblical worldview absolutely warms my heart."
Degree: BFA—Northwest University in Graphic Design and Photography; MA—Strategic Communications—Washington State University, June 2020
"The leaders of Riverside love the Lord and serve faithfully. The teachers are passionate and integrate Jesus into the education as well as the character of each student. The families support and serve the school! The students are set up for success through character expectations and opportunities to share God's love. All this makes up the body in a safe and nurturing community that is for His kingdom."
Degree: BS, Bible, Corban University; MSHA, Health Administration, University of Colorado
Favorite thing about RCS: "I enjoy working with the dedicated staff at RCS. Although I have little contact with the students it is good to see the amazing impact the teachers and staff have on them."
"I enjoy working with the dedicated staff at RCS. Although I have little contact with the students it is good to see the amazing impact the teachers and staff have on them."
Degree: BS, Yakima Valley College
"As an employee, my favorite thing about RCS is how it is a community where you can come together with other families of similar beliefs for a common goal. I enjoy building relationships with coworkers, students and families. As a parent, I greatly appreciate the mission of RCS and its commitment to prepare students academically, and spiritually, while giving them many incredible experiences. My favorite thing about RCS is seeing how seeds of faith that have been planted are nurtured here and watching my boys grow in their relationship with Christ."
"I love working with the students to develop their leadership skills through student government and class activities as well as challenging them to seek God’s plan for their future and step out to reach their God-given potential."