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11 hours ago
The Winner of the 2021 Raffle is Chase & Kristin Brantley!
Thank you to everyone that helped by selling or purchasing tickets for our Spring Baseball Raffle! We were able to raise money that will be used to purchase new sound equipment for our fields! It is awesome to see such great support for our athletes and the facilities at our school! … See MoreSee Less
13 hours ago
Congratulations to our March Students of the Month:
Lower School- Ean Macker
Middle School- Judith Hussey
High School- Laejah Robertson
RTCA’s lower school Student of the Month for March is third grader Ean Macker. Ean is the son of Andrew and Kaitlyn Macker. Ean has one brother, Noah, and one sister, Emery, who also attend RTCA. He also has a dog named Moose, that he loves very much! Ean was selected by faculty because he is a good student who puts forth his best efforts. He has a delightful personality and brings pleasure and joy to the classroom. He is very enthusiastic about learning new things and has been a great asset to third grade at RTCA this year. Ean’s favorite subject is math and his favorite color is green. He enjoys playing sports but loves to play baseball the most. When he grows up, he wants to be an inventor. RTCA congratulates third grader Ean Macker.
RTCA’s Middle School Student of the Month for March is 6th grader Judith Hussey. Judith is the daughter of Joel and Helen Hussey. She has a younger brother, Joel Hussey Jr., who attends 3rd grade at RTCA.
Judith was chosen by faculty because she is a devoted, respectful student who serves as a role-model in class each and every day. Judith’s favorite color is blue and her favorite subject is Bible. She is part of the middle school soccer team and also competed on the middle school basketball team. She loves her teachers and loves to worship God. RTCA congratulates 6th grader Judith Hussey.
Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s March Student of the Month is sophomore Laejah Robertson. Laejah is the daughter of Danniqua and Nathanial Robertson.
Laejah was selected by faculty because of her performance in the classroom. She does everything she is asked to do and is always willing to help others when needed. She is always polite and is never disruptive in the classroom. This is Laejah’s first year at RTCA. She was part of the 2020-21 Lady Crusader Basketball team. Laejah’s favorite hobbies are playing with her dogs, shopping, and spending time with her family and friends. After high school, Laejah plans on attending Georgia Southern University to pursue a degree in the medical field. RTCA congratulates sophomore Laejah Robertson. … See MoreSee Less
19 hours ago
This morning RTCA students, teachers, faculty, and staff gathered around the flag pole to lift Mrs. Lori Tuck and her family in prayer as she undergoes surgery this morning. Please join us in pray this morning:
"Dear heavenly father,
We come to you this morning giving thanks because your word teaches us to give thanks first before presenting our petitions to you. We give you thanks for being the great physician. We thank you that we can come to you when one of our friends or family is hurting and in need. We come before you this morning as the family of RTCA asking you to heal and deliver Mrs. Tuck during this difficult time. We pray you will wrap your arms around her and heal her as well as comfort her family. We know that she has a procedure today and we pray for the surgeon’s hands and again ask for comfort for the family and for Mrs. Tuck. In Jesus name we pray, amen." … See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to our STAR Student, Senior Nelson Thigpen and our STAR Teacher, Mrs. LaRee Findley! To obtain the 2021 STAR nomination, graduating high school seniors must have the highest score on a single test date on the SAT and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average.
Nelson is the son of Paul and Lillian Thigpen. He has participated in football and tennis throughout high school and is a graduate of Vidalia Karate with a First Degree Black Belt. Nelson is a member of the National Honor Society and BETA Club. He was voted “Most Likely to Succeed” for his senior superlative. Nelson has maintained yearly Headmaster’s List and Honor Roll throughout his AP/Honor classes. During the summer before his Junior year, he was accepted to attend University of Georgia’s College of Pharmacy Dean Stuart Feldman Summer Science Institute. He received an honorable mention from Dr. Vivia Hill-Silcott and others for his leadership role in the summer program. During his Junior year Nelson was nominated for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence. He was invited to attend the program in Boston, Massachusetts by Mario Capecchi, MD, Science Director and winner of 2007 Nobel Prize in Medicine. After graduation, Nelson will be attending Auburn University to pursue a degree in business.
Mrs. LaRee Findley teaches History at Robert Toombs Christian Academy. She has been teaching 41 years and has been named STAR Teacher four times during her career. She has had numerous honors over the course of her career including RTCA Teacher of the Year, National History Day Georgia Teacher of the Year, Vidalia City Schools Teacher of the Year, DAR Teacher of the Year. Of all her awards, she says, "STAR Teacher is probably my most treasured because it is given by a student and helps me know that I am making a difference in someone’s life." … See MoreSee Less
Our Freshmen and Sophomore students are out in the community shadowing professionals whose career they may be interested in after college. Sophomores Mary-Claire Wolfe and Nicole Acosta spent the day with Dr. Kimbrel and Dr. Hamilton at the Dental Center of Vidalia. Thank you so much for allowing our students to spend the day with you!Dr Kimbrel and Dr Hamilton enjoyed sharing a bit of their knowledge with Mary Claire Woofe and Nicole Acosta from Robert Toombs Christian Academy . These bright young ladies spent this morning with us shadowing during a few of our many services that we provide our patients. We are always thankful for the opportunity to encourage further growth in the dental field. … See MoreSee Less