Fine Arts

Our aim is to instruct and train young men and women in the visual and performing arts, helping them to acquire what God has called them to achieve. Through music, drama, art, photography, media and worship arts – and many other artistic applications – we will endeavor to promote spiritual growth and community service, assisting students in discovering the talents and gifts that the Lord has given them to use to build up others.

Fine Arts Programs

  • Theater Performances (Middle-High School)
  • Musical Performances (Elementary)
  • Art Classes (5-12)
  • Music Classes (All School)
  • Drama Classes (Middle-High School)
  • Band (4-12)
  • Worship Team (All School)


From preschool on through high school, our students will be exposed to the best fine arts education available through highly-qualified instructors who offer not only their education and experience but also an example of living for the glory of God, expressing their faith through the arts. RCS students will have opportunities within and outside the classroom to explore and improve their artistic expression through classroom music, chapel services, annual school-wide productions, bands, choir, stage-craft, technical production, worship teams, art classes, drama presentations, and many more opportunities.


Minjung Edall, Elementary Music Specialist

Mrs. Edal has been our early elementary education music teacher for many years. Her heart and passion for music, children, and Christ are evident the moment that you meet her. Her greatest desire is to see God glorified through the praises of His little children. Along with teaching music classes in grades K-3, and co-directing elementary musicals, Mrs. Edall also organizes the student lead worship services in our elementary chapels weekly. Her gifts for music and productions have blessed our school community greatly. Mrs. Edall also works with our Admission Director, Debbie Fallon, serving our international students as a translator and cultural coach.

Jenna Augustine, Secondary Drama and Theater Teacher

Jenna Augustine was raised in theatre. She started performing at a very young age and never looked back. After participating in over 20 youth productions, Jenna headed off to Vanguard University to further her artistic education. She received her BA in Theater Arts after being trained as a performer, director and designer. While she absolutely loves performing, her passion truly is educational theater.


Mrs. Kathleen Larsen, Secondary Visual Arts Teacher

Mrs. Larsen is a fine art photographer, who has exhibited her photographs both locally and nationally. She began her professional career in the visual arts in 1988 as a graphic designer. A decade later, she began teaching visual arts and she continued teaching on and off for the next 20 years. She completed her Master of Fine Art (MFA) degree with a focus on Fine Art Photography in May of 2018. She feels that educating emerging artists is her life-long calling and she continues to have a love of learning and a passion for students.


Mr. David Bradley, K-12 Band Director

Mr. Bradley has been making music since he was in elementary school. He studied Music Performance at Grossmont College and CSU Chico. His primary instruments are woodwinds (flute, oboe, clarinet, & saxophone) but he is also proficient on brass, percussion, and string instruments. He is blessed to be able to share his love of God and all kinds of music with his students. When he’s not teaching, he’s an active local musician, band leader, and producer. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley are the proud parents of two daughters.