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Young Lady Warriors win Knoxville Christian Invitational JV tournament
The Lady Warriors volleyball team went into the Knoxville Christian JV tournament undermanned but were still able to come away with the tournament championship vs Bledsoe County
Volleyball Lady Warriors move to 4-2 in district play
The Ft. Bluff gym was full of energy Tuesday evening (Aug. 30) as the home standing Rhea County Academy Lady Warriors took on the Tennessee Christian Lady Hawks in the opening match of a volleyball tri-match.
Young Warriors Soccer team begins season slowly
The Rhea County Academy soccer team has a lot of new faces this year. After losing 10 starter over the past 2 years there are a lot of opportunities for new players this year.
Basketball Warriors play for SCAA South Region championship
The basketball warriors entered the SCAA South Region tournament as the regular season and reigning South Region tournament champion.
RCA students take time to serve in the community
Students from Rhea County Academy recently spent the day giving back to the community. Each year the school sponsors 2 Community Service Days
RCA high school trip heads to Charleston, SC in April
Plans and fundraising are under way for this year’s high school trip to historic Charleston, SC.
Short-handed Basketball Warriors remain perfect in District play
Despite have two starting player out with injuries the basketball Warriors managed to hold off the Cleveland Christian Crusaders on the road for a thrilling 69-65 victory.
RCA students present year end Christmas program
Students at Rhea County Academy shared the spirit and truth of Christmas at their annual holiday celebration
RCA Basketball Warriors stage comeback, stay perfect in District play
The RCA Warriors (13-5) entered their recent game with Cleveland Christian as the SCAA South district leader but had to rally from 15 points down to maintain their perfect record.
The Value of an RCA Education
In May 2015, we celebrated Rhea County Academy's second graduating class. This gives us the opportunity to brag on how well our students are being prepared for the future. The average ACT score for our high school students over the past 2 years is a 26. A 26 equates to an 83rd percentile ranking nationwide. Most of these high school students have been at RCA all or most of their educational careers. This is a testament to the outstanding work that our teachers do on a daily basis and to the quality of education we provide at RCA.
A Word from the Principal
Mr. Rentzsch is excited about the beginning of the new school year.
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