While at Rockwell Christian School, students obtain not only a quality education with daily spiritual infiltration but also an exposure to making friends and learning how to interact with peers. Developing strong social skills is necessary to become an effective Christian communicator and productive adult.
The Honor Society is composed of students in grades tenth through twelfth who possess highly-esteemed character and maintain an "A" average. Students in the Honor Society, with aid from a supervisor, lead in discussions of ways to improve Rockwell Christian School for the future generations.
SPIRIT WEEK AND HOMECOMING
Spirit Week is an opportunity for each individual to show his school spirit through wearing crazy attire, earning class points, competing for the coveted Charger Spirit Rod at the pep rally, and celebrating Homecoming.
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR AND READER RABBIT DAY
Rockwell Christian School places a great emphasis on reading, for reading is the foundation to all subjects. Every year, the Scholastic Book Fair is held for a week to promote reading as well as earn Scholastic dollars for the school library. Elementary students celebrate by dressing as their favorite book character on Reader Rabbit Day.
CHARGER FAMILY NIGHT
Nothing is more fun than gathering together, enjoying sports, and watching current athletes play alumni and parents. It truly is a wonderful evening to celebrate as a school family and honor Charger athletes.
Who hosts the largest BBQ bash in Rockwell? Rockwell Christian School! With over two thousand guests, the campus overflows with fun games, amazing food, delicious desserts, hayrides, pony rides, and much more! Come join us and put some "SOUTH in your mouth."
DR. SEUSS BIRTHDAY BASH
Elementary students love seeing teachers dressed as Dr. Seuss characters, listening to his stories, and eating green eggs and ham. Oh the places these students will go!
Some of the best influences in our lives comes from our grandparents. Why not celebrate them with a special program, visits to the classroom, and delicious lunch?
Field trips offer a fun, educational, off-campus experience. Teachers welcome parents to come and be a part in watching their child explore the world around them.
Before graduating, seniors go on a week-long field trip with Mr. Case and his wife. Students choose their location, hotel, restaurants, and activities while making last minute memories with their classmates.
Rising Kindergarteners from any school can attend the Kindercamp where they will experience life as a Kindergartener. Kindercamp is only one day at the end of each school year. Campers complete various tasks and are assessed by teachers. Each camper will receive a summer packet of things to know before entering Kindergarten. Teachers will meet with each parent to ensure their camper has the best start ever to his first academic year.
Every spring, the high school gathers in a gorgeous setting, dresses in formal attire, savors delectable food, and honors the seniors that are about to leave us. It is an unforgettable night!
ELEMENTARY FIELD DAY
Games! That is what field day is all about. Elementary students compete to win the first, second, and third place ribbons in classic field day events such as 100-yard dash, sack race, water balloon toss, etc. All events are led by our leaders - the middle and high school students.