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Across the country, teachers are being celebrated this week as schools recognize Teacher Appreciation Week. And Front Range Christian School is no exception – we love our teachers! It goes beyond appreciation for their hard work and investment in our students, however. We love how FRCS teachers model and nurture profound faith and an understanding…

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An interesting article in Christianity Today was published late last week, and we want to share it with FRCS parents: “Christian Parents and Schools Have 529 Reasons to Like New Law” The article is a basic Q&A on how college savings plans can now be used to help pay for private K-12 tuition. Answers were…

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If Republicans are able to advance their tax reforms, one particular change could benefit FRCS families, and all families who want to either enroll their children in a private school or homeschool. This change specifically affects the 529 Savings Plans that are currently available to parents who are saving money for college tuition. In both…

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Editor’s note: This is an article written by FRCS Head of School David Cooper for an upcoming issue of CSE Magazine from ACSI. This issue of CSE asked the question, “Is your school a safe place to fail?” This article is Mr. Cooper’s response to the question as it relates to Front Range Christian School….

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by David Cooper Continuing the thought that a Christian education is not about Christian accessories but about the essentials, this issue of The Front Page explores those essentials not covered in last month’s issue. Our subjects are taught by faculty who allow their faith to influence everything they present. Each subject is brought under the…

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by David Cooper So many from the outside see Christian education as different, due to what they view as “accessories.” Looking in, they see prayer, chapel, discipleship groups, mission trips, and Bible classes as good things simply added to a curriculum that looks much like any public school. From the outside view it probably looks…

by David Cooper I have often said that there is no neutral education. All education, whether public or private, is driven by and advocates for a particular worldview. It may be overt or subtle, but it is there. FRCS holds to a Biblically-based worldview; public schools, charter or otherwise, must hold to a worldview based…

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