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 A fully accredited pre-k through 12th grade school characterized by academic integrity, rigor, acumen, and clear focus.

69% are attending College
31% are attending Community & Technical School

*2023 Graduates are accepted and committed

Early Childhood Development

Created for children from infant to 5 years old, Early Childhood Development at Red Bird Christian School offers daycare and preschool programs preparing children for Kindergarten. To see the preschool facilities or request information about the program, email Director, Allison Gray:


 Proud to be a 

S.T.E.A.M. School



Our elementary teachers (grades K-5) vary in background and experience. Starting in kindergarten students can expect a rigorous learning environment. Red Bird Elementary is a place where children can go and further their walk with Christ through a religious oriented study. Our elementary classrooms are all self contained with a homeroom teacher. 

Middle School (grades 6-8) at Red Bird is the first chance that students get to transition from class to class. Students are given more control of their schedules and the elective classes that they want to take. Our 6th grade academy acts as a gap academy between our elementary and our middle school. The 6th grade academy is self contained and S.T.E.A.M. oriented.

Middle School


High School

Our High School at Red Bird Christian School is focused on creating the leaders of tomorrow. Our education system is faith based and Christ oriented. Our high school students have three options for a degree path. Our students can choose to pursue a regular diploma, a STEAM oriented certificate, or take high school and college dual credit classes. Any pathway a student chooses to take leads to a stronger understanding of faith and allows students to break successful after high school.

Our Team


"Red Bird is a wonderful school where children have access to academics taught from a biblical worldview by dedicated teachers with hearts for modeling and promoting lifelong learning and faithful, servant leadership."

           - Principal Jennifer Wilder

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