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Is Redemption Point Christian Academy (RPCA) a homeschool or a private school? We are a Category IV Church-related umbrella school. We will have classes Monday - Thursday at RPCA campus with teachers, administration, and students in-person. On Fridays, students will have an asynchronous (at home) learning day.


What time does it end and start? The 2023-2024 school year start time is 8:30am (drop-off begins at 8:10am) and end time is 3:00pm (pick-up ends at 3:15pm). Every Wednesday afternoon will be Chapel Service for all students. Families welcome and encouraged to join!


Is childcare available? Before and after school care will be available, as well as Friday care as needed for an addition fee. Beforecare begins at 7:30am and Aftercare ends at 4:30pm.


Will services for students with special needs be available? Special Services range from the provision of speech and language services in the child's home zoned school to comprehensive special educational services in a school-based or center-based setting.


Will lunch be provided? Students will bring their own water bottles, lunches, and snacks to school with them. At this time, RPCA does not provide breakfast or lunch unless otherwise told ahead of time for "special days" or for ordering takeout. My Hot Lunchbox® is a program in consideration for use in the 2024-2025 school year for Thursday meals. 


Will students be required to wear a uniform? RPCA dress code will include required school-logo shirts/hoodies/polos. Khaki or navy shorts, pants, skirts, jeans (without holes or rips), approximately 3 inches above the knee or longer. Heely® or other rolling shoes are not permitted, most other footwear is allowed.

What core curriculum is being used at the Academy? Elementary grades K-5th use Veritas for ELA and Social Studies, with Saxon for Math and Science. Upper grades use Alpha-Omega Lifepac series. 

What Bible curriculum is being used at the Academy? Grades K-4 will use Veritas Bible curriculum. Upper Grades use Right Now Media, Journey through the Bible, Names of God from Walk Thru the Bible, The Bible Project, and other curricula.

Need more homeschool information? Click here to go to the HCDE Office of Equity and Advocacy webpage for homeschooling.

What is Meningococcal disease? The TNDOE recommends vaccination against this disease. You can visit the website here:  and read the PDF below.

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