About Us


On behalf of everyone at RCS, I'd like to welcome you to our website.  We are a small Christian school in the Randolph, Wisconsin, area.  We have dedicated, Christian teachers who integrate Christ into all of their subjects, helping students recognize His hand at work in their lives.  I welcome you to call, email, or stop by the office to find out more about the great things RCS has to offer.

Dr. Jeff Hoogeveen
RCS Principal

Over the past one hundred years, it is clearly evident that the Lord has truly blessed Christian education in the Randolph area. Begun in 1913 as a parochial school, Randolph Christian School (RCS) was begun by local parents who desired to provide a Bible-based, Christ-centered education for their children. Though not directly stated at that time, the mission of RCS was and still is “to obey His command to instruct His children in the fear of His name and to educate them in a way which helps them recognize the authority of Christ in every area of life.”

At first, classes were held in the consistory room of the First Randolph Christian Reformed Church. Three years later, the first school building was built in East Friesland. At that time, the school had one classroom with sixty-eight students, and two teachers. A couple of years later, with an increase in enrollment, the school added on to accommodate approximately 100 students. Most of these children came from the local Christian Reformed and Reformed Churches. In 1960 the final addition was made.

RCS, as we know it today, is not just rooted in the history of the East Friesland school, but also has roots in Randolph. Beginning with a society of concerned parents in 1947, Immanuel Christian School opened its doors in the fall of 1948. In 1949 the first phase of the current RCS building was begun. Over the years, as Immanuel grew, several other additions were added.

In 1973, the two schools merged. At first, the younger students, those in grades 5K–3, had classes in the East Friesland facility. Grades 4-8 met in the Randolph building. In 1983, all classes were brought to Randolph and an addition to the school building was completed. With this move, the East Friesland facility was dismantled and their materials were used to construct four new classrooms and offices in Randolph.

With the passing of time, new curriculum developments have led to new needs at RCS. These needs include facilities for computers and new technology, an updated science room, and a new music room. This newest addition was dedicated in 1997.

Non-Discrimination Policy of Randolph Christian School

Randolph Christian School may admit students of any race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  Randolph Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance programs, athletic and other school administered programs, nor in the hiring of faculty or administrative staff.