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About Our School

Rejoice Community School 

 Mission Statement 

Rejoice Community School is committed to providing a quality Christ-centered education, with emphasis upon community involvement as well as involvement in the performing arts.


Our Past

Rejoice Community School began in June 2012 with musical theatre and dance camps.  In August of 2012, we opened our doors for school.  We started out the school year with twenty-five students and ended that first year with forty-two students.  We had a great year and strong friendships were formed.  Our students worked hard and learned a lot.  Overall, our student body scored in the 70 percentile on the California Achievement Test.  We had two high school graduates.  The class of 2013 included Kayla Hope Mitchell and Dakota Scott McPhatter.


Our Present

We currently have 45 students enrolled in our academy, plus additional students who participate in the performing arts.   When we asked our students what they like about our school, their responses included the following:

"We are like a family."

"We have a 3-day weekend every week."

"Our teachers really care about us."

"We have fun while we learn."

"We can be ourselves."


Our Future

As we grow, we will continue to limit our class size to no more than 15 students in each class.  We will continue to produce musical theatre productions in which the entire student body has a part.  Most importantly, we will let Christ have the pre-eminence in all that we do.  We will wait on the Lord and our strength will be renewed; we will have wings like eagles (Isaiah 40:31)! 




contact us: administrator@rejoicecommunity.org

email: administrator@rejoicecommunity.org


Rejoice Community School, Inc. shall admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, loan programs, performing arts, or any other school-administered programs.