Faculty & Staff
Building Character
Off-Campus Learning



At Redeemer Episcopal Academy, we believe in developing the whole child. Through our enrichment programs, students are exposed to a variety of programs not offered during the traditional school day including visiting artists, sports activities, group programs, instrument instruction, master thesis writing training and more. We plan instructional and enrichment activities that address developmental areas beyond the basic intellectual realm.
We regularly feature “mystery readers” and other visitors from the school or larger community. These special guests share stories or demonstrations from their expertise or interests. We also offer field studies that enhance what the students are learning in the classroom. Examples of field studies may be found under “Off Campus Learning.”

Redeemer has partnered with the Greensboro Garden Club who offers students hands-on horticultural projects.

Through the help of parent volunteers, the REA Science Club takes parts in several educational projects throughout the year to supplement their science studies.

Our after-school program has expanded to include opportunities for private lessons in different musical areas. We also began an organized sports program with qualified volunteers to teach basic sports skills. As our school grows we will add opportunities for other sports and other music and arts opportunities.

REA - Bill Usery
Former Secretary of Labor W.J. “Bill” Usery, Jr. visits REA during “Space Week” to join students in the launch of a model rocket. Mr. Usery shared his many experiences from Cape Canaveral where he worked for 12 years during the “Space Race” before joining the Nixon administration. Students enjoyed hearing stories about his friends Buzz Aldrin and Gus Grissom and viewing memorabilia from the moon landing and shuttle launches.

  REA - Cat in the Hat
REA grandparent Sue Gable makes a visit to the school in
celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

All site content © Redeemer Episcopal Academy