Life long learners - that is one of the goals of classical Christian education and Regents School of Charlottesville. As a school, we hope to inspire our students, our faculty and also our families to be life long learners, to seek truth, to dig a little deeper into that science concept or literary element, to ask, "Why is the sky blue?" or "What inspired an orphaned J.S. Bach to create such magnificent pieces of music?"
The 2016-2017 school year is our seventh year of operation. We are excited to open this school year with nearly 150 students in kindergarten through twelfth grades. We offer a classical curriculum of literature, writing, grammar, science, math, history, and Bible as well as Latin, logic, rhetoric, PE, art, and music.
"One of my favorite aspects of teaching second grade at Regents is the curriculum. Students learn about God's handy work from the beginning of time through stories studied across multiple subjects. We spend a month learning about the Lewis and Clark expedition not only history but also in science, literature, and writing. It is so much fun to watch all the things we have learned about Lewis and Clark come to life for the students. By the time we get to our Living History Day, the students feel as though they are part of the story!"