The Rehoboth Christian School student body consists of 70% Native American students, 19% Anglo students, and 11% students of other ethnic minority backgrounds. More than 10 denominations are represented at Rehoboth, including Christian Reformed (30%), Baptist (14%), and Catholic (13%).
35 full time teaching staff members; 7 part-time
47% with MA and/or other advanced degrees
Students/Faculty Ratio: 12:1
2016 Graduate Statistics
Graduates for Class of 2016: 42 (98%)
2016 Graduates Attending College: 40 (95%)
Average ACT Score: 19.8
Average GPA for Class of 2016: 3.16 on a 4.0 scale; For top 25%: 3.77 on a 4.0 scale
RCS Student Honors
Gates Millennium Scholars (10 since 2003)
Daniel’s Scholarship (6 since 2010)
Chief Manuelito Scholars: (13 since 2000,)
Gallup Rotary (7 since 2010)
Student Financial Aid
For the 2016-2017 school year, RCS has granted over 76% of families an average of $4,640 in tuition assistance based on financial needs. In total, RCS has granted over $1,646,207 in tuition assistance.
Thin Client@ School Contest Winner, June 2002- $110,000 in technology upgrade
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant Recipient, September 2001- School restructuring and technology upgrade
Schools and Library Division e-rate program, September 2008- $281,000 in technology upgrade and support
Named as one of 50 Best Christian High Schools in America- 2014 (click here for more information)
Rehoboth runs 7 bus routes, 2 locally in Gallup, and 5 buses that travel up to 950 miles daily- up to 110 miles on routes to reservation communities near Zuni, Crownpoint, Tohatchi, Window Rock, and Sanders.
Choir: The high school choir and Cantabile choir members have toured in over fifteen U.S. states, Germany and Canada. The choir has also been asked to sing at numerous events throughout New Mexico including the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast and the Gallup McKinley day Celebrations in Santa Fe.
Band: The band has toured in over ten states and also received the All-State Championship in 2012.
REAP: The Rehoboth Environmental and Agriculture Program provides students with a hands on opportunity to explore and experience God’s creation by interacting with, protecting, enhancing, and observing the ponds, neighboring grasslands and rural horticultural demonstration areas.
Chaplaincy Program: Rehoboth’s Chaplaincy Program, led by ordained Chaplain Kevin Ruthven, is challenging students and alumni through spiritual counseling and mentorship, leadership training, mission trips, retreats, and weekly outreach in local communities.
Rehoboth Christian School is situated on 700 scenic and peaceful acres of land one mile east of Gallup, New Mexico on Historic Route 66.
Technology: 3 networked computer labs, 7 smart board classrooms, mounted projectors in all elementary, middle and high school classrooms, 1 mobile laptop lab, 3 mobile iPad carts, and wireless internet access
HS/MS Library: 14,000 titles, magazine subscriptions, digital catalogue search
Sports and Fitness Center: weight room, 2 full size basketball courts, turf soccer field and rubberized track
The Navajo Code Talkers Communication Center
Ropes Course: Indoor and Outdoor Climbing Walls
Observatories: 15 foot diameter dome housing a Meade 10” LX200 telescope programmed with 64,000 objects. In 2004 Rehoboth partnered with the Calvin College Astronomy Dept. to install the Calvin-Rehoboth Robotic Observatory.
Rehoboth Dormitories, apartments and RV park: available for short and long term volunteers and guests