Excellent Christian education that does a wonderful job of incorporating God into every subject. They do a good job of tailoring the education for each individual child with a combination of options everything from Honors classes all the way down to having weekly ( or more often, as needed, tutoring ). The teachers and administrators are easy to get a hold of, and respond to query s/ concerns about your children quickly. The after school programs are very diverse from sports, math, science/ Lego clubs, and arts and music programs.
Red Lion is a blessing to me and the students who attend here. I have worked in many schools, both public and Christian. Red Lion is by far the best school I've had the pleasure to teach in. The administration is supportive and truly care about the students, parents, and staff. I work in the EEC building. Our students are not only taught, they are loved and cared for. We know our students on a personal level that goes well beyond academics. The parents at Red Lion work hard to be a partner in their child's education. They are always willing to come in and read to the students or help out wherever they can. If you are looking for a solid, Christian school who cares about the whole child, check out Red Lion. You will be extremely pleased. I love Red Lion and I hope to remain here the remainder of my teaching career!
The administration of prior has been removed for the NEW 2012-2013 school year. Facility is safe & excellent in location. Academics has always been good because of the blessed teachers. Very pleased. God is good.
I attended the school for 9-12th grade after attending public schools. The administration was weak, I had some very good teachers but I also had classes that were a complete joke, and if you didn't have musical talent there weren't many programs you could get into. I went before athletics were huge in the school, but from what I hear they haven't handled that well. You can put God's name in a classroom but when most of the teachers and students said one thing and acted another way it was hard to see much of Him while I was there. For the amount of money you pay to go there I think you could send your kids somewhere else and get a better outcome. I did feel most of the classes did well with integrating religion while still giving you other views and a good education.