To provide a Christ-centered, teacher directed, academically challenging school for Atlanta’s children while mentoring parents in Christ-centered child rearing.



Redeemer Day School believes in nurturing students in the development of Christ-like character and a love for the Lord by hiding His Word in their hearts (Psalm 119:11). Our students learn about the Bible and that His Word is Truth. We teach them about God’s character so that they will understand what their character should be. Prayerfulness, love and respect for others, obedience, truthfulness, and good manners are all modeled and taught in the classroom.

Teacher Directed

Redeemer Day School strives to develop leaders. Children learn to lead by first learning to follow the leadership modeled for them by their teacher. The teacher directs the activities of the day, and students are trained to listen, obey, and follow directions. When this structure is in place, children feel safe and loved, learning can take place, and school is fun!

Academically Challenging

Redeemer Day School provides an academically challenging curriculum, filtered through the lens of God’s Word, that instills a love of our Biblical heritage as a nation under God. We acknowledge that the Lord is excellent in all that He does. Therefore, we believe in setting high standards that are age appropriate. Love and support are given as we help little ones stretch and grow. Creativity and play are present in daily activities that are engaging and varied.  We believe these foundational years are preparation for what God has in store for a person’s future in both school and life.

Mentoring Relationships

Redeemer Day School partners with parents and comes alongside them as they rear their children. We believe that a child’s home, church, and school should work together to “train up a child in the way he should go” (Proverbs 22:6). Teachers and parents must rely on the Holy Spirit to develop Christ-like character in these precious children. We are looking down the road at what each child will become as they grow into the person that the Lord has created them to be. Our prayer is that they will never know a time that they do not love, serve, and follow the Lord Jesus Christ.


Our school verses are Psalm 78:4-7, “We will… tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord… so that they should set their hope in God.” The entire fourth verse reads, “We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders he has done.” Verses 6 and 7 go on to say, “that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children, so that they should set their hope in God.” Our prayer is that all of our students “set their hope” in Christ. This hope is what we are all about. What a privilege we have in our obedience to the Lord to plant seeds in the hearts of these little ones! We pray that the Lord would cause those seeds to grow!