History & Mission

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In 1951, The Redeemer Parish Day School was founded to teach children to learn to live together in all relationships as Christians. With the goal of enrolling 30 students, the first program was housed in the facilities of the Sunday Church School. Today Redeemer Parish Day School enrolls approximately 115 students with over 15,000 square feet of learning space and nearly an acre of outdoor play space. The Day School remains true to its original goal of teaching children to learn to live together in all relationships within the framework and beliefs of the Episcopal Church.

Mission Statement

The Parish Day School of the Church of the Redeemer is a nonprofit day school operating within the framework and beliefs of the Parish as it conforms to the Episcopal Church, all of which serve the community at large. The Parish Day School education strives to promote spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, and social growth along with involvement of the child’s family in the life of the school. A unique quality of the Parish Day School lies in its appreciation of individuality; as a community, the Parish Day School endeavors to cherish each child for himself or herself in a warm and nurturing environment. – Adopted by the Parish Day School Board May 17, 1999