The Christian education that Randolph Christian School provides is a result of the generous support of current and past parents, alumni, faculty, staff and friends. We work diligently to give our students the individual attention, academic resources and community support they need to grow and thrive. Your contributions make RCS the outstanding school it is today and ensure that we will grow stronger and continue to provide quality Christian education in years to come.
There are many ways to support RCS through volunteering, fund raisers, donations, and especially prayer! Continue reading to check out some of the great ways you could support Randolph Christian School.
Each August, men and women come out to a local golf course for a fun day raising funds for RCS. This year, the Golf Outing is on Friday, August 2, 2019 at Fox Lake Golf Club. There is a registration social at 8 AM and a Shotgun start at 9 AM. Cost is $80 per golfer and $320 per foursome. All proceeds go toward supporting the educational program. Hole and tournament sponsors are also welcomed! Contact the RCS office at 920-326-3320 for entry forms, sponsorship information and other information.
Every spring hails our largest fundraiser, the Spring Auction. Randolph Christian School supporters join together for fun and fellowship in order to raise funds to help offset the cost of Christian education. It's always a great night, and we continue to be amazed at the support God offers RCS through local businesses, alumni, family, and friends
Fall Fund Drive
Each fall we raise funds by contacting our past supporters, alumni, and friends. The cause changes each year, but is typically for capital improvements, debt reduction, or simply to offset tuition costs.
A great way to start off Thanksgiving! Get ready for that big dinner by burning off a few calories and raising money for a great cause. It's a win-win situation! The turkey trot is a 5K run/walk, followed by a short fun run for the kids.
"Let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us." Hebrews 12:1