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February 10, 2016

  • To celebrate valentines, all students may wear casual bottoms tomorrow, Friday, along with a valentine shirt (red pink purple).
  • Just a reminder that there is no school Monday in honor of President’s Day.
  • Please remember to put names in all jackets, sweatshirts, etc.  There is a lot of lost and found items that have accumulated in the elementary office.

February 10, 2016

  • Bon Appetit!!! The Culinary Club will be cooking Italian food this Saturday, February 13, from 9-12:30 in the Victors’ Classroom.  If you want to participate, you must sign up and pay $7 to Ms. Knie (room 729) by Friday, February 12.
  • Attention all art club members, we have an after school art club meeting in the art barn this Thursday from 3:30-5:00.  Art Club shirts are in and Miss Boon needs to know who will be in attendance for projects.
  • All FACCS Senior registration fees and permission forms are due back to Mrs. Obrigewitch in the band room no later than next Wednesday, February 17.  If you do not turn in the fees and form by next Wed., you will not be able to attend FACCS Senior in Jacksonville.
  • Coffee Shop is open before school and between classes from today through Feb. 19 in room 804.  We will be selling coffee and hot chocolate for $1 a cup, candied apples for $5, cake pops $1, and other sweet options.
  • Mu Alpha 2 is ready to go!  Departure is currently scheduled for the beginning of H block Friday (tomorrow).  You may wear modest casual clothing to travel on the bus and eat supper at the mall.  On Saturday, everyone needs to be in RBCS math competition wear, RBCS polo or Mu Alpha theta charcoal grey t-shirt, RBCS approved outer wear, and nice jeans (no holes) or Khaki pants.  Two number 2 pencils and money for 2 meals out is needed.  Don’t forget to drop by Mrs. A’s room with your roommate wish list, or you take pot luck! Those people who ordered T-shirts and have not picked them up need to come with $15 dollars to get their shirts.
  • Mu Alpha Theta T-shirts are in Mrs. A’s room if you ordered.  They are 15 Dollars.
Also, time is short on the finalization of Mu Alpha Theta number 2 to Tally.  Please see Mrs. A immediately if you missed the signup for this overnighter on Feb. 12 and 13.   Also, head’s up for planning purposes….Mu Alpha theta 3 is March 12!
  • Do you play bass guitar??  Do you read music?? The RBCS jazz band needs you!!  See Mr. Culver in the band room if you are interested in joining the jazz band.
  • Attention Sophomores- Do you have an interest in developing your leadership skills while at the same time having fun?  Mrs. Trippe is taking applications NOW for RYLA (Youth Leadership Awards) camp.
  • Middle School SGA: Middle Schoolers, you know how to have a good time!!!  And it is time to hit the dance floor at our Laguna Luau Middle School Dance on February 27.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from Ms. Knie (room 729) from Tuesday, Feb. 9 until Friday, February 19.  Ms. Knie also has the guidelines for the dance attire, and girls must get their dresses approved prior to ticket purchase.  Middle Schoolers, you don’t want to miss out!!!
  • Knights Baseball,
We have one more game this week (today,Thursday).  We play Port St Joe HS at the Twin Oaks field in Niceville at 4:00PM on Thursday.  Please let me know if anyone can help with the gate on Thursday. We will practice on Wednesday and Friday. Port St Joe HS Students released at 2:00 PM. Bus leaves at 2:30PM.

February 11, 2016

This morning at 10, there will be a presentation by the sheriff’s dept on bullying for grades 4-6


To assist parents in their God-given responsibility to train and develop in their children a Biblical worldview, Christian character, and the skills necessary to fulfill God’s calling in their lives.


To impact the world by equipping each generation to use their God-given abilities as Champions for Christ.


RBCS began its ministry with a 22-member student body in 1973. The present enrollment is over 800 students, which includes students bused from as far away as DeFuniak Springs and Hurlburt Field.


Rocky Bayou Christian School is a school committed to providing a quality education that is Christ-centered. We provide an opportunity for staff, students, their families, and visitors to experience a Christian education which values both learning and the learner.

We foster a student culture in which every student knows Christ, loves Him, and seeks to develop individual gifts and abilities to glorify Him and further His Kingdom. RBCS can only begin to achieve this goal by having faculty and staff model the love of Christ for our students in the hope that they will learn to love and serve Him and love and serve one another.

A Class Apart

The academic program of a school maintains its clearest statement of the values and desired outcomes of that education. Rocky Bayou Christian School will continue to challenge students with a Kingdom-centered curriculum that will develop a Biblical worldview for students who will be able to understand their identity in Christ.

The goal of our instruction is to teach students to know God, understand His creation, and catch a vision of their place in His Kingdom. Co-curricular programs supplement the overall education of students by broadening their educational experience and stimulating their interests. As with all aspects of the school, a Christian worldview and discipleship approach will be employed and emphasis will be placed on the display of Christ-like behavior.