• Class of 2017 Graduation Program

    Congratulations, Class of 2017! We are proud of you and wish you the best in your future endeavors!

  • Summer Office Hours

    Beginning June 15, the school's summer hours are Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    For questions, scheduling tours, and other information, please email Frances Chapman at or Amy Matthews  


    Pre-K students enjoyed learning all about the planets, solar system, moon, gravity, and more about space this year at Rock Springs Christian Academy. The students even enjoyed a wonderful "Night under the Stars" made possible with funding awarded through a Southern Rivers Energy Bright Ideas Grant and the help of parent volunteers. Watch this short video for a look at Pre-K's fun night of learning and exploration!

  • RSCA is Building for Success!

    We are BUILDING FOR SUCCESS at Rock Springs Christian Academy! Practice fields are being cleared for outside sports plus varsity football scrimmages, middle school football games, and soccer games. The field is located 1/4th of a mile from Eagles Nest Gymnasium on Chappel Mill Rd. Estimated project completion is June 2, 2017. Thank you to McNair Excavation! McNair is donating 100% labor and use of equipment for the project.

  • 3rd Grade Biblical History Experience

    RSCA's third-graders recently enjoyed a field trip to the Biblical History Center in LaGrange, Ga. Our students were able to encounter the ancient biblical world through its history and culture through archaeological replicas, a Biblical meal presentation, a Biblical Life Artifacts Gallery, and more.

    Click here for field trip photo album via Facebook

    Click here to visit the Biblical History Center website


  • Strong SAT Performance

    We are very proud of our juniors and seniors who scored over an average of 1120 recently on the SAT. Great job, students!



  • Student-Driven Wild Game Dinner a Success!

    Rock Springs Christian Academy hosted more than 500 supporters at its third annual Wild Game Dinner held Saturday, April 29. The event, which is designed to raise money for RSCA’s senior mission project in Haiti, featured special words from students, Professional Bass Fisherman Jay “Striker” Barnett, and Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle. Barnett shared key tips and secrets for fishing in nearby lakes, and the Lieutenant Governor shared a personal story on how a pastor’s financial support for him to attend a Christian youth camp as a young boy led to his own personal acceptance of Christ. Graduating Senior Hannah Ard shared her own personal testimony and about the life-changing impact a 2016 Haiti Mission trip experience has had on her life.

    RSCA’s third annual Wild Game Dinner also featured silent and live auctions, raffle drawings, entertainment from the Ron McNeal and Friends bluegrass band, plus a special middle school chorus performance of old hymns including Are You Washed in the Blood and I’ll Fly Away.

    Wild game menu highlights included snow goose, fried alligator, venison sausage, deer meatloaf, quail, wild turkey, and more. Student volunteers served a fried fish fillet dinner to each guest.

    “Our annual Wild Game dinner is a student-driven event,” said RSCA’s Head of School Mr. Derrell Jeffcoat. He added “Our students actually help prepare the food in the days leading up to the event and they do everything from setting up the room, decorating, speaking, serving, and cleaning up afterward. All of this is in line with our school’s core values of instilling strong work ethic, displaying Christian attributes and character, demonstrating talents, and accepting challenges. I am extremely proud of what they pulled off together Saturday night.”

    The title sponsor for RSCA’s Wild Game dinner was Jonesboro Rental Center. Other sponsors and supporters included Sexton Law Firm, Griffin Trophy and Embroidery, Volume Chevrolet & Buick, United Bank in Zebulon, B&B Fabrication | Custom Trailers, McGhin’s Southern Pit Barbeque, York’s Processing Plant, and Carden Foods. The Haiti mission project itself is organized by Rock Springs Global Outreach.

  • Best Year in History for RSCA Tennis

    2017 has been the best year in history for RSCA tennis. The middle school tennis team won the GICAA Regional Championship to compete at the state level, and RSCA’s varsity tennis team also made it to state competition this year.

    Ninth Grader Ally Viars had a stand-out year winning second place in individual region competition, which qualified her to also compete at the state level on her own.

  • Student Art Project Moves on to State Competition

    Congratulations to ninth-grader Taylor Jones for placing third in the GICAA Region Visual Arts Competition. Taylor's pencil drawing/face study entry "Tattoo Model" is moving on to the state competition, which is scheduled for Tuesday, May 9. 

  • College- Level Science Lab Learning

    RSCA high school students have been busy this spring semester learning from college-level science demonstrations and experiments. Professor Andy Osborne led our students in chemistry laboratory activities at Gordon State College, and our students have also benefited from instruction by chemistry professors at Mercer University.

  • First in State for 7th Grade Golf Team Member!

    Rock Springs Christian Academy’s Kailey Crawford has enjoyed a stand-out year on the school’s golf team and has proven herself a rising star in the sport. Crawford, who is just in seventh grade and lives in Spalding County, won first in the state out of 57 golfers at the GICAA Golf Tournament on April 11 in Hiram, Georgia.

    “Kailey won the state tournament in a play-off,” said RSCA Golf Team Coach Zach Anderson. “She was tied with an eighth-grade boy from Notre Dame Academy but won the playoff.” Crawford has won low medalist in every tournament the RSCA golf team has played this year.

    RSCA’s Middle School Golf team, which won third place in the GICAA tournament, is only in its second year. Team members include:

    1. Kailey Crawford-7th grade – Spalding County

    2. Joshua Correia-7th grade – Spalding County

    3. Abigail Brady-7th grade – Butts County

    4. Griff Murphy-7th grade – Spalding County

    5. Drew Tingle-5th grade – Spalding County

  • Watch Pre-K Student Share the Real Meaning of Easter

    RSCA's two Pre-K classes participated in a Resurrection Egg project this week. This simple exercise had a big impact on our youngest students as they learned about the real meaning of easter. Watch this quick video to see what Pre-K student Knox had to say about this fun and meaningful lesson.




  • Strong Finish for RSCA Middle School Track
     Rock Springs Christian Academy’s middle school track team had a strong performance during the state track meet in Sharpsburg, Georgia held April 8. Three RSCA athletes earned individual state championship medals and two students landed state runner-up titles.
    • Katherine Grace (Rabbit) Martin finished first in three events including 800m/1600m/3200m. Katherine Grace is in the seventh grade.
    • Seventh-grader Dawson Livingston earned first place in the discus.
    • Seventh-grader Amahd Davis won first place in the triple Jump.
    • Eighth-grader Brittany Anderson came in second place in the discus.
    • Sixth-grader Madison Paulk of Lamar County earned second place in the shot put.
    “We do not have a very big team in numbers, but they have shown all year and have the biggest hearts,” said RSCA Track Team Coach Delores Owen. “I’m so proud to be their coach,” she added.
  • Experience 3rd grade's “Living Wax Museum”

    Third-grade classes at Rock Springs Christian Academy combined lessons in research skills and writing for students to write biographies on famous American heroes that were then used to create a "Living Wax Museum". Parents and other grade level students were able to visit and learn from the interactive experience. Watch the video below for a quick "Virtual Visit" to our Living Wax Museum and enjoy!


  • RSCA Fine-Arts partners with Spalding Collaborative on “Little Free Libraries” project

    Students in RSCA’s fine-arts program are practicing visual arts skills by painting “Little Free Libraries” to be placed throughout the community.

    A Spalding Collaborative initiative, the little free libraries are hand-crafted structures filled with constantly changing collections of books donated and shared by people of all ages and backgrounds. Most of the libraries are placed in front yards, parks and gardens and are built to withstand weather of all kinds and hold 20 to 100 books. The program is a free “take a book, leave a book” program designed to promote literacy in the community.

    The Griffin/Spalding Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting for the first little free library at the Fairmont Homes after-school program CHARMS. The library was donated by Designs Created International and paint-designed by Fine-Arts students at Rock Springs Christian Academy.

    To learn how you can join in and participate in The Little Free Library initiative, contact Spalding Collaborative representative Brett Bell at

    Photo Credit: Ray Lightner Griffin Daily News

    Click here for more photos from the Little Free Library Ribbon Cutting event

  • It's a win for RSCA's first-ever Middle School Baseball Game!

    RSCA's first-ever middle school baseball team brought home a win following their first game Thursday, April 6. The team defeated Flint River Academy 6-5.

    1st Game! 1st Win! Go Eagles!

    Click here to check out our full sports schedule, and support our Eagle Athletes! 


  • 3rd Annual Wild Game Dinner - Saturday, April 29, 2017 - Sponsored by Jonesboro Rental Center

    Rock Springs Christian Academy is preparing for its 3rd annual Wild Game Dinner scheduled for April 29, 2017, and we are thrilled to announce Georgia's Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle will be this year's keynote speaker. This popular and growing event is largely student driven and helps raise funds to support our Christ-Centered mission by funding our Senior trip to Haiti. The trip is organized by Rock Springs Global Outreach whose goal is spreading God's word to the lost and making disciples of believers.

    The title sponsor for our 2017 Wild Game Dinner is Jonesboro Rental Center.

    We do have more corporate sponsor tables available for $500.00 Please click here for a list of sponsor benefits and sponsor registration form. If you are interested in event sponsorship, please return the linked form completed with payment to the school or contact the school's Advancement Director Jennifer Symmes at or call 678.692.0192.

    Please Note: Non-corporate tables are already sold out! 

    • Please submit your hunting/fishing photos to Amy Matthews at to be included in the event slideshow.

    • Other donations: If you would like to donate any wild game for the school to prepare, or if your family or business would like to donate door prizes, or silent/live auction items, contact Amy Matthews at 678-692-0192 or

  • Rock Springs Christian Academy experienced a record-breaking year at its 11th Annual School Auction on February 25, which raised $110,000! The generous time and support of our donors, shoppers, volunteers, staff, teachers, and Rock Springs Church are greatly appreciated! Every penny raised helps keep high-quality private Christian School education affordable for local families at RSCA. Watch the video below for a special thank you message from our students.


  • Students Discuss Politics and Internships at RSCA

    Middle and Upper school students at RSCA were recently able to sit and have an open discussion with Donovan Head from U.S. Congressman Austin Scott's office and Andrew L. Ross from U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson's office. Topics included the legislative process, internships, and careers in government!

    Here's what Donovan Head had to say about his visit:

    We enjoyed speaking to the students at Rock Springs Christian Academy today about government, politics, our bosses, and our jobs. Unbelievable questions, and topics, from this amazing group!

    Click here for helpful resources discussed that are available through Congressman Austin Scott's office

    Click here for helpful resources discussed that are available through Senator Johnny Isakson's office.

  • RSCA Students Awarded Top Honors at Griffin RESA Science and Engineering Fair Competition

    Rock Springs Christian Academy is proud to announce students Gavin Osborne (seventh grade) and Reese Scott (ninth grade) received first place honors at the Griffin RESA Science and Engineering Fair on Friday, January 27. Osborne’s project focuses on Zika virus prevention, and Scott’s project studies the effects of electronic blue light on sleep.

    “We’re proud of our students’ hard work and accomplishments this year,” said RSCA Head of School Mr. Derrell Jeffcoat. “We’re pleased that Rock Springs students have once again stood out at the RESA science fair competition and believe their strong performance is a testament to how our students are being challenged in the classroom.”

    Osborne and Scott will represent RSCA at the state level Science and Engineering Fair this year at the University of Georgia, which will be held March 30 through April 1. Other RSCA students who placed at competition are listed below:

    2nd Place Honors: Kailey Crawford, Haylee Woodall, Luke Pullin, Abigail Deal, Willow Weldon, and Joshua Correia

    3rd Place Honors: Amelia Sexton, Noah Hodges, Kadence Parks, and Carson Dingler

  • RSCA Celebrates School Choice

    Rock Springs Christian Academy recently celebrated National School Choice Week (NSCW). Held every January, NSCW shines a positive spotlight on effective education options for every child. Throughout the country, more than 16,000 events were held at traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, and within homeschool groups to celebrate school choice options.

    “The option here at Rock Springs Christian Academy ties together an excellent private Christian school education with affordability,” said RSCA Head of School Mr. Derrell Jeffcoat. “Paired with affordable tuition rates, our offerings in academics, sports, fine-arts, missions, and other extra-curricular programming makes Rock Springs Christian Academy an outstanding school choice for local students and families.”

    Annual tuition at RSCA is about $5,000, and each child is awarded a minimum of $3,000 each year to cover the additional costs of the overall educational experience including facilities and operational expenses, athletics, fine arts, support staff, and many other resources and opportunities. The school is able to provide such a unique offering with support from Rock Springs Church, corporate support, and key partnerships with RSCA families through fundraising and volunteerism.

    To celebrate National School Choice week at RSCA, fine-arts students in seventh and eighth grades performed the official NSCW dance during halftime at a home basketball game Monday evening, January 23. Started in 2011, NSCW has grown into the world’s largest celebration of opportunity in education. The week is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort.

    Click here for more information on National School Choice Week.

  • Students Raise more than $1,000 for Family in Need
    Students in Rock Springs Christian Academy’s Early Childhood Education class made a big difference in the lives of a family in need this past Christmas. The students layered various fundraisers including a “Pie in Face” competition, an “Ugly Christmas Sweater” day, Chick-fil-A biscuit sales, and more that raised over $1,000 to grant Christmas wishes for a family led by a single mother in financial need with autistic children. The funds raised made it possible to afford wish list items including a trampoline, microscope science set, new clothing, and much more. The class sponsored the family through the Atlanta area nonprofit called Myles-A-Part, a program that specifically supports families with autistic children.
  • Eighth-grader Receives Award for Robot Engineering Project

    RSCA eighth-grader Carson Dingler was recently awarded $50 from LiveOn Medical Center in McDonough, GA. Each year, the award goes to the best all-around project from the RSCA school-level science fair.

    Pictured here, Lonnie Joyce, CFO for Live On, is presenting young Carson with his award. Carson's project was an engineering project involving brushbot robots.