RCS/OMS COVID-19 Updates

Rainbow Community School is conducting online learning through the end of the 2019-20 school year. We are not meeting in-person in accordance with Governor of North Carolina to maintain safety protocols for students, staff, and families.  

Parents, please monitor your email for updates from teachers and administrators. We are committed to continuing to provide rich educational experiences for your children, both on campus and off, as events unfold. Please read our Vision for Online Learning

We continue to monitor and assess the situation with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Please refer to our COVID-19 Resource Page for communications, resources, and the latest updates.

Rainbow Community School Summer Camps

Please check our summer camps page for updates on what’s happening with our in-person summer camps in light of COVID-19.

Rainbow Community School is a holistic private school based in Asheville, North Carolina.

Rainbow Community School is a private school serving about 200 students, preschool through eighth grade in Asheville, North Carolina. For over 40 years, we have been a national leader in holistic and mindful education. Learn more.

Omega Middle School

Our Omega Middle School is part of Rainbow Community School, consisting of grades 6-8. Our program continues to build upon the Seven Domains model, and also includes programming that support the adolescent years. Our students graduate with confidence and the skills needed to find success in high school and beyond.

Summer programming 2020

We have a great summer lineup for 2020. Featuring camps from Kindergarten through 8th grade, we have something that will interest everyone. From Fierce Flix to the Babysitter’s Club, students can find a wide variety of different camps that reflect our Rainbow learning model.

Omega Middle School

Our Omega Middle School is part of Rainbow Community School, consisting of grades 6-8. Our program continues to build upon the Seven Domains model, and also includes programming that support the adolescent years. Our students graduate with confidence and the skills needed to find success in high school and beyond.

Summer programming 2020

We have a great summer lineup for 2020. Featuring camps from Kindergarten through 8th grade, we have something that will interest everyone. From Fierce Flix to the Babysitter’s Club, students can find a wide variety of different camps that reflect our Rainbow learning model.

Parent Testimonials

Feedback from Omega and Rainbow families.

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Location: 574 Haywood Road, Asheville, NC 28806

Telephone: (828) 258-9264

School Office Hours: M-F: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Office Hours: M-F: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Faces to greet you

Some of our administrative staff

Renee Owen

Renee Owen

Executive Director

Sheila Mraz

Sheila Mraz

Director of Admissions

 

Kate Chassner

Kate Chassner

Office Manager

 

We’re making progress on our annual campaign! Please consider donating today!

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Our annual campaign helps bridge the gap between annual tuition vs. operating costs. These funds also help with special projects on campus.

We have much more information and a downloadable FAQ on our Annual Campaign page.

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Who’s your favorite Greek deity?

Who’s your favorite Greek deity?

Fourth graders figure out their favorite Greek deity We headed over to 4th grade recently where our students were immersed in the world of ancient Greece. They learned about mythology and creative arts. Their teacher, Kurt, said they really loved learning about the...

Winter Program 2019

Winter Program 2019

Winter Program 2019 - "Family" Preschool and Kindergarten both performed in the morning program. You can follow along with the lyrics to their songs: Preschool "Family of Feelings" by Lucy MacGregor, Preschool Teacher I feel something inside me. I feel something in...

2nd grade classification of…shoes?

2nd grade classification of…shoes?

Classification of shoes to teach valuable lessons We headed to second grade recently to find students doing classification of...shoes! There is a very interesting reason why. As students started out this lesson, they began with some silent reading time. These quiet...

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National and regional recognitions.