Degree: Central Washington University, BA Secondary Math Education
Favorite thing about Riverside: The support from all the staff and administration that makes it feel like a true community.
Degree: Life Pacific University, BA in Ministry and Bible
My favorite thing about Riverside is that it is a place for our students to grow in their relationship with Jesus while receiving an outstanding education.
"Riverside is a place where Christian teachers are able to share life and expertise. Students are given opportunities through academics, sports, social activities, and discipleship to deepen their Jesus informed worldview. And the community as a whole is able to express the love of Christ in practical ways."
B.A.- California State University, Bakersfield
M.A.- California State University, Long Beach
What I appreciate about RCS: The support community of teachers, staff, and administration prayerfully, and with authenticity, lead, instruct, and compel students toward inquiry, integrity, citizenship, and truth.
Degree: B.A.—Secondary Education with a certification in History and English from Northwest Nazarene University. M.A.—in History from Liberty University.
Favorite thing about RCS: “I love the students. Students have always been why I want to teach...I love seeing them interact with each other, make connections, and think!"
Degree: B.A.—Central Washington University
“Every day I come to work, I get to make an eternal difference in the lives of my students.”
Degree: B.S.—Centenary College, M.A.—Heritage University
“I love that I can pray freely with my students. I love that the administration works closely with the teachers, staff, and students. I love that the school is small enough for everyone to know each other, which allows us to support each other in trials/praises of our lives.”
Degree: B.A.—University of Northern Colorado, M.A.—California Graduate School of Theology
“Riverside Christian School is committed to the teaching of God’s truth, as well as the application of truth to everyday life. Students are regularly challenged to see all of life as the classroom in which they live out the truths they have been taught.”