Resurrection Christian School
- Private, Christian (General)
- LOVELAND, CO
Resurrection Christian School Reviews
Rating 3.85 out of 5 175 reviews
I really like this school. I started middle school this year and, even though I’ve only been there for 2 weeks, I absolutely love it! Everyone is so nice, and I have not met any bullies except for some 7th graders, but besides that, this school is awesome! Go to this school one day!
Administration made a ill-advised decision to discontinue the mask policy for K-5 this week. A major driver of the decision was based on an administrators claim of a “burden” put on their heart. Now, because of this decision our children are less safe today and the remainder of the year than they were on Monday AND the first 100+ days of school. In addition, rather than address our concerns, the administration is bullying us, yes this review represents a group of concerned parents, to show our faces. In no way is this acceptable. We are concerned in retaliation for our dissatisfaction of this ill-advised decision that our kids will be singled out and treated poorly. So, this two-star review has been submitted due to the lack of concern for our children’s safety and the administrations lack of empathy to hear or concerns in a private forum as originally requested.
I have been going to Resurrection Christian School for many years now and appreciate the environment and lessons that it has taught me. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, the school was persistent and driven to stay open and in-person. The school has a personal atmosphere due to its smaller size, but is growing which I find important for letting students grow and be more individual. Academics can be extremely challenging and many students will be very busy if they are truly invested in all of their assignments. Especially in regards to college prep, however, this school helps lift the students up in preparation to the real world in comparison to their public school counterparts.
I loved the environment created by the Resurrection Christian faculty and students. The teachers and staff work so hard to create positive and personal relationships with the students. God's word is used in every class and the main focus. An area I would like to see growth is the school size. The small school atmosphere makes students life difficult to build relationships and find their own place.
I've attended Resurrection Christian School since I was in pre-school, and my time there has been fantastic. Not only have the teachers prepared me academically and catered to my interests, but they've invested in me as an individual. The consistency in culture and the ability to form friends from acquaintances has made the last decade of my life absolutely fantastic. I can't imagine a better place to be educated at.
I like some of the teachers and the connections we can have with them. I do not like the new rules that have been placed. This year has seemed like it has not been the rcs I have grown up in. It has changed since mr howlett left.
I have been at RCS since kindergarten and I love it! The teachers really care about you and the community is wonderful
I have gone to Rez for my whole life. I have been here since pre-school and have enjoyed my time here. Most of the teachers are amazing and the administration is great.
I went to Public School from kindergarten to 9th grade. Those years were the worst years ever. I dreaded going to school, and I hated staying there all day. School was not fun for me and I hated it. After my first year of high school, I decided to switch schools. I prayed about it for a long time and finally ended up at Resurrection. Making the switch to Rez was one of the best things that has ever happened to me. The environment is very inviting and the teachers are more than just the adults that teach you in a classroom. They build relationships with each student and make sure that everyone is taken care of. There is of course some diversity which comes with any school, but coming from public school and going into Rez, I have noticed that it is completely different. I love my school and I love being apart of clubs and athletics. Having this great of high school makes it hard to leave for college, but they have prepared my for this journey.
Resurrection has been very beneficial with me moving from a different state. I was able to connect easily with students and teachers. I had the opportunity to get involved in sports, such as football, basketball, and track. The Christian school allows me to attend chapel weekly and be in a Bible class daily. The involvement by students is very strong within the clubs.
I loved the community about Resurrection Christian School. The teachers and administration deeply care for us beyond the classroom setting and it is their hope that we succeed. I also love the people I attend school with as I have been friends with them since the beginning of my attendance at RCS. The faculties at our school are also respected and well taken care of. However, I feel as though RCS can be too sheltering at times. Since we attend school every day with people who come from similar family situations and are grounded in the same idea, we do not have much exposure to the outside world. We also do not have a strong school culture. It has become more and more difficult to get students involved at the events we have here and enjoy them.
Resurrection is a good school with some flaws that take away from what the school can offer. The majority of the student body is in some kind of a click and making new and genuine friends can be kind of hard. Most of the teachers love their job and are good at it, but the certain few that don't seem like they go out of their way to bother or be rude to students. There are also some teachers that are genuinely ruining the experience of school.
Great education for the price. Teachers are caring and passionate about students. Classes are long for the work given and the homework load is large.
RCS has been an excellent school, and has helped me in the college search process. I owe much of my success to the wonderful counselor, Jane Radford. This school has its hiccups, yet does a great job at knowing students on a personal level. There is a large variety of classes to allow the student to learn what they are interested in. So overall I believe RCS is the best academically, and teacher student relationships. However, I believe our shortcoming is our athletic department. If your child is a star in sports this is not the school for him, yet if he is average and just wants to have fun send him over to RCS and he will have a lot of fun if he is on the coaches good side!
Overall, resurrection christian school has been a good experience for me. The teachers and students are always encouraging. The community aspect of the school is also important to me and sports. Things I dislike I are there are not a wide variety of classes and there are a lot of rules.
I have loved my time at RCS. I have been here since kindergarten and will be graduating in the spring of 2019. The most standout aspects of the school are the close knit community, the intentional, involved, and caring teachers/faculty, the true focus on Christ, and the drive to push students to their highest potential while equipping them for the future. I have made close knit friends, been very involved in various extracurricular activities, gained several mentors through my teachers, and so much more. It's a place I'm thankful and blessed to have called my second home for the past almost 13 years.
Resurrection Christian School has great academics and is a great school for college readiness. RCS could use some work when it comes to diversity. There is not a wide variety of ethnicities that are represented. Though the environment of RCS is recent, it almost feels completely sheltered from the outside world. I love my school because it gives me the freedom to not only express who I am but they also give me the freedom to express my love for God. That is the one aspect about this school, that I cannot find at any other schools in my vicinity.