Where the Red Rock Ends…
In the dry, arid spaces of the American southwest, there is a stretch of road that runs parallel to the towering red rocks. Where that rocky ridge ends a place called Rehoboth begins. Water, wind, and sand swirled and compressed with time created these spectacular mesas and buttes, the land of the Navajo and Zuni. In this country of canyons and of vast blue skies, your destination awaits you in a place where the red rocks end.
Who We are
Located 130 miles (209.21 km) west of Albuquerque, our 250-acre campus is able to host many groups from families to large conferences. Using the historic Rehoboth campus as a base, families, and groups can learn about the diverse and fascinating cultures of the Navajo and Zuni peoples while enjoying its magnificent landscapes. While also serving on or off-campus, visitors can explore nearby attractions and experience fellowship within the Rehoboth community.
Rehoboth Christian School
Generations of lives have been changed here where the red rocks end. Founded in 1903 as a ministry to the Native American people of the Four Corners region, Rehoboth continues its ministry through education with multiculturalism as a backdrop, serving approximately 70% Native American students, 20% Anglo students, and 10% students of Hispanic descent and other ethnic minorities. Rehoboth is committed to building students up not only intellectually, but also spiritually and emotionally, helping them grow into mature Christians.