Holy Redeemer Catholic School offers a broad, developmentally appropriate program of rigorous academics, academic support, religion, as well as extra and co-curricular activities. Art, physical education, music, foreign language and technology instruction from primary through intermediate grades and Middle School. Student government and athletics are added in middle school.
Recognition for superior academic performance is extended through quarterly grade report honor roll and National Junior Honor Society in Middle School.
In addition to Catholic religious education within the regular school day, a parent led Spiritual Life Committee of the Home and School Association works with the Coordinator of Religious Education to plan and sponsor grade level and all-school service projects. School wide liturgical and holiday observances and programs for parents including a mother's retreat and dad's prayer breakfast are also sponsored by the Spiritual Life Committee.
A program of interscholastic athletics was introduced to Middle School in the spring of 2007. With membership in the North Atlanta Metro League expansion of the program has continued as we strive to offer all students developmentally appropriate opportunities for growth and success. As of the 2010-2011 school year athletic competition included teams in cross country (coed), girls softball (fast pitch), swimming (coed), golf (coed), tennis (boys and girls), and baseball (boys). Supported by the Holy Redeemer Athletic Association, a sub-committee of the Parent Advisory Council, no budgeted operational tuition revenue is used for athletics.