Rancho Christian School inducted 51 students into their chapter of the National Junior Honor Society on January 19, 2018.
Rancho Christian High School inducted 41 students into their chapter of the National Honor Society on November 30, 2017.
Rancho Christian's Jim Kunau was voted the Press Enterprise 2016 HSGameTime Football Coach of the Year, and was chosen as CalHiSports.com's State Small Schools Coach of the Year!
We are so proud of our 2016 RCHS Football Team for their incredible season and for winning the 2016 California State Championship!
On Saturday, December 17, 2016, the RCHS Eagles dominated Amador High School (Sutter Creek, CA), 38-13, becoming the first team in the Temecula Valley to win a State Football Championship!
- Rancho Christian dominates Amador to capture Division 6-AA state football title
- Rancho Christian’s Emma Baker Sets State & National Records for a Female Kicker
- Emma Baker of Rancho Christian (Calif.) sets national record for points by a female kicker
- Rancho Christian's Malosi Napoleon leaves Amador hurting
- Owens an unsung star for Rancho Christian football
- Rancho Christian's fraternal twin football stars look toward championship
- 5 Fun Facts about Rancho Christian's Football Team
- Two veteran coaches fired from their old schools are on the verge of winning championships
Rancho Christian School is pleased to announce the hiring of their new Director of their growing STEM program, Mr. Werner Vavken.
Mr. Vavken comes from the award winning private school Valley Christian School (K-12) located in San Jose, California. During his 14 year tenure at Valley Christian, Mr. Vavken grew the STEM program into a national science and engineering powerhouse (arguably the best in the nation), and served as the Director of Students of Valley Christian’s prestigious Applied Math, Science and Engineering Institute (AMSE) until he was promoted to the Vice President of AMSE K-12 for the school in 2014. Former students of the AMSE Institute have matriculated to highly selective colleges and universities nationwide, including MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Yale and Duke. Projects from his students have competed at the highest levels and won multiple national accolades, including the establishment of a program placing student experiments on the International Space Station.
Mr. Vavken graduated from California State Polytechnic University with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering with high honors and did his engineering graduate work at the University of Santa Clara. He also holds a Master of Arts Degree in Education (Instructional Technology) from San Jose State University.
Rancho Christian is a pre-school through 12th grade school with advanced programs at all levels in global languages, STEM, athletics and the arts. With a growing student body of over 1000 students enrolled, it just opened a brand new middle school and high school facility last spring with over 80,000 square feet of learning space including dedicated space for Robotics, Satellite Tracking and Computer Programming. Rancho Christian offers Robotics and Computer Science courses, the extracurricular program FIRST robotics, a Satellite Tracking program, the only one of it’s kind in Southern California, and like Valley Christian, offers a course in Science experimentation through which students have the opportunity to place experiments on the International Space Station. Mr. Vavken joins the Rancho faculty in the fall of 2017 and brings with him not only his incredible expertise and passion for STEM, but a deep devotion to helping students grow spiritually as well as intellectually.
2016-2017 RCHS October Student of the Month
Congratulations to Jamie Brown, Rancho Christian's October 2016 HS Student of the Month! The Temecula Chamber of Commerce, city officials, and local sponsors support this event hosted by Sizzler Restaurant. The breakfast is televised via tape delay through the local cable TV channel. Congratulations to Jamie on receiving this prestigious award!
Baker, a 6-foot junior, wants to set the national record for longest field goal by a female kicker. The current record, 48 yards, was set by Riverside King alum Heidi (Garrett) Villa in 2004. Villa met Baker this summer and has become an inspiration and mentor for Rancho Christian’s kicker.
Baker has been the varsity kicker at Temecula Rancho Christian since her freshman season, and she entered Friday’s game against Huntington Beach Brethren Christian with 134 career kicking points, an area record for a female kicker. Baker, a 6-foot junior, hopes to set the national record for the longest field goal by a female kicker. The current mark, 48 yards, is held by Riverside King graduate Heidi (Garrett) Villa, who has become a friend and mentor to Baker in recent months.
Congratulations to Rancho Christian High School sophomore and midfielder, Kali Trevithick, who plays for the US National Soccer Team and has traveled with them to the Netherlands for a training camp and three matches.
Join us at the Book Fair following Grandparent's Day on September 16, 2016, or Tuesday through Friday, September 20-23, 2016.