Rio Grande Enrichment Studies L.L.C.
Friday, May 22, 2015
Traditional * Tutorial * Christian Education

 

 

Jeremiah 6:16

"Stand ye... and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein..."

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Helping the HomeSchool Family Succeed Since 1994

Rio Grande Enrichment Studies offers a Classical, Tutorial,Christian education for grades 3-12. Our emphasis is learning to reason and reflect from a Biblical perspective and from the foundational Biblical principles of each subject.

RGES is a homeschool tutorial service designed to serve homeschool families in Albuquerque and the surrounding areas with one day per week classes in a variety of subjects. 

 

RGES offers these Distinctive Features in our Classroom Instruction

  • Strong teaching in biblical principles
  • Development of analytical skills in discerning cultures and worldviews
  • Godly faculty caring for the needs of the individual student
  • Challenging classroom discussions
 
 

 Several Up-Coming Events in the RGES Program:

March 20th 1-4 pm.  Registration begins for current students where 2 or more students are registering for the 2015-2016 school year.

April 10th, 1-4 pm.  Registration for current students begins for a family registering 1 student.

April 16-18  New students to the RGES program may begin to register on the dates of the CAPE Convention at the RGES Table.  In addition, new students may register on April 24, 1-4 pm. at Hoffmantown Church.  

Note:  The registration location for all families registering students on March 20, April 10, and April 24 from 1-4 pm.  is at Hoffmantown Church in Building D located to the rear of the main building.

June 8th -  RGES Information Night.  This is an excellent way for interested families and new families in the RGES program to learn more about the RGES program goals, philosophy, and courses offered in 2015-2016 school year.  Mr. Kinzer will answer questions you have about the program and course offerings after his presentation that covers the elementary, mid-high, and high school programs offered by RGES.  Please join us and invite another interested family!  The Information Night is located at Hoffmantown Church in Building D from 7-8:30 pm.

 

The NM State Science Fair:  Congratulations to:  Sophia Lasche, Sarah Peterson,  and Alan Van Omen for the honor to be chosen to this fair.  They were selected as the  first place winners in the respective fields of Senior Division Plant Sciences Category and Senior Division Engineering Category.  Sophia, Sarah and Alan now compete at the Fair at NM Tech.

"If My people who are called by My Name will humble themselves and pray, and seek My Face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land."  2 Chronicles 7:14

God is our fortress and deliverer, a very present help in trouble.

     

     RGES Dad's Breakfast - April 4th, 8:30 am. at Hoffmantown Church in Building D.  All RGES dads are invited to this free breakfast for food, fellowship, and prayer.

     RGES Play - The Comedy of Errors.  After the success of A Secret Adversary last year, the RGES production The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare promises to be delightful and entertaining.  Miss Tiana Turner directs the production assisted by several student directors.  Performance dates are April 10, 11, April 23, 24 & 25  for the 14th year of performances of The Merely Players, the RGES students in the production.   Performance times are Thursdays and Fridays at 7 pm, and Saturday times are 2 pm.  All performances are at Hoffmantown Church located at 8888 Harper Road NE.  The ticket prices are $5 for adults, and all students 18 and under are $3.  Doors open 1/2 hour before with a pre-show!

     2015 Annual CAPE New Mexico Homeschool Convention - April 16-18.  This excellent convention assists homeschool families in choosing curriculum, finding help in teaching, and being grounded in the philosophy and the practical dos and don'ts of homeschooling. Please come and urge your friends to attend and investigate homeschooling for their family.  This is a worthwhile convention for all of us! 

     Thanks to Mrs. Hershberger for organizing and arranging all the details and fun for the Annual Mid High Fieldtrip for students and families on Dec. 6 to Bosque del Apache.  Mrs. Marilyn Jones who led the bird-watching portion of the trip, and Mr. Tom Pounds who helped us see the sun with his solar telescope gear, both were great facilitators and guides.  Thank you Mrs. Hershberger for the excellent fieldtrip!