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September 16, 2013

Private school caters to small clientele

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Christ the Redeemer Academy and Child Care Center is located at 247 S. Barron St. in Rusk.

The academy, comprised of a K-12 Bible-based Accelerated Christian Curriculum, operates from 8 a.m. to 2:45p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. until noon, with a schedule of operation similar to that of the local public school district.

The school participates in the Texas Education Agency's Texas School Readiness program, which prepares four-year-olds for kindergarten.

Tuition – based on a 10-month schedule – is set at $3,500 per year. Additional fees include a $75 enrollment assessment, $25 testing fees, $125 per semester curriculum use fee and a $125 supply fee (parents can opt out by providing items needed on the list).

Additionally, after school child care is offered at $100 per month per 10-month period.

The child care center, licensed for children ages 18 months to age 12, operates from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, at a cost of $100 per student per week (the  rate remains the same for summer day camp,).

Fees include a $75 registration fee, as well as a $100 supply fee, although parents have the option of providing items on the child list.

Daily care is available at $25 per child, while an hourly $5 per hour rate also is offered. After school care also is provided, at $50 per week per child.

To learn more about the programs, contact Christ the Redeemer Church Pastor Debra McCormick, who oversees the programs, at 903-683-1404.

 

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