Regents School of Charlottesville was established in August of 2010 in Charlottesville, Virginia with the hope and expectation that all we do as a school would be Soli Deo Gloria (to God alone be the glory.)
Our story began as a tiny school of seven students, four dedicated families, and one full-time teacher in the basement of Jefferson Park Baptist Church. We knew that classical Christian education in Charlottesville would have to be demonstrated, not just described, to ignite a passion for this model of education in the heart of Thomas Jefferson’s birthplace, a place where many residents have an appreciation for a life long pursuit of excellent academics. In this pursuit of excellent academics, the heart of learning was forgotten: that one must acquire the tools of learning and must view them through the lens of biblical truth.
Classical Christian education is the pedagogical model which shaped many of our founding fathers, including Jefferson. The founders of Regents School had seen the results of the revival of classical Christian education in schools across this great nation and were compelled to bring it to Charlottesville.
We hope to give students at Regents School the tools to think so that they can learn anything. Many of our parents go back to their educational roots and read the classics alongside their children eager for understanding and clarity that they did not receive in their own schooling. We are grateful for this type of parent partnership at Regents School and recognize that God gave parents the responsibility of training up children including his or her education (Deuteronomy 6:7, Psalm 78:5-7). The concept of In Loco Parentis describes much of how we operate here at Regents School.
Our mission is to provide a classical and Christian education, founded upon and informed by a biblical worldview, that equips our students to know, love, and practice that which is true, good, and the beautiful and challenges them to live purposefully and intelligently as servants of the Lord Jesus Christ for the benefit of man and the glory of God.
We accomplish this mission by employing the time-tested methods of the Trivium as described in Dorothy Sayers' 1947 essay "The Lost Tools of Learning." Sayers describes three developmental stages of learning as being best served by Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric stages of education. These stages of education are structured to capture a student's natural propensity for acquiring knowledge with tools of learning appropriate to their age.
The most important distinction of a Regents education, however, is testing all of our curriculum, methodology, and arguments against biblical truth. We train up young hearts and minds alongside their parents to know, love, and practice God’s Word. There is great purpose to all that we teach at Regents in equipping our students to go out and serve God and man in a world that is in decline.
It is imperative that we raise up Christian men and women to be substantive leaders for the next generation, who know truth, can think logically, and can articulate their arguments winsomely to others. Through years of study and logical thinking, we want our graduates to know truth, appreciate beauty, and demonstrate a God-given wisdom.
Jennifer Atwell is the Regents art teacher as well as an administrative assistant for the Logic & Rhetoric School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Art from Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee. Additionally, Mrs. Atwell attended California State University Stanislaus in Turlock for Special Education studies. Mrs. Atwell taught as a special education teacher for three years in Northern Virginia and for two years in Modesto, California. Mrs. Atwell is a native of Charlottesville where she currently lives with her husband, Chris, and their three daughters. They enjoy sports, traveling, and being outdoors.
Sarah Boyette is a kindergarten teacher at Regents School. Miss Boyette graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with cognates in Social and Natural Science. Although she was born in Georgia and enjoys sweet southern hospitality, she has grown to love the rich history in Virginia and the plethora of hikes in the Shenandoah Mountains. Despite having been raised in a Christian home, Miss Boyette did not come to recognize her utter depravity and need for Christ’s redemptive work in her life until her teens. Through the faithful prayers of her mom, and the impossibility to combat sin on her own, she came to recognize she was a great sinner, but He is a great Savior. Miss Boyette’s love for children and hands-on learning blossomed as she was blessed to be raised in a large family. In her spare time, Miss Boyette enjoys hiking, running, hospitality, and studying theology, nutrition, and National Geographic.
Jennifer Bryant is a first grade teacher at Regents. Mrs. Bryant earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education and Social Science from Radford University. She also holds a Master of Science in Reading and Reading Specialist certification from Radford University. Mrs. Bryant has been a teacher for more than twelve years and has experience teaching first, fourth, and fifth grade as well as experience as a Kindergarten Reading Specialist. Mrs. Bryant enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children. Their favorite pastimes include camping, hiking, gardening, and other outdoor activities.
Johnnie-Ann Campbell is the K-12 Director of Curriculum and Instruction as well as Grammar School Principal at Regents. Miss Campbell earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from The Baptist College of Florida. Additionally, she holds a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Christian Schools from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Miss Campbell has nearly fifteen years of experience in classical Christian schools, teaching a variety of grade levels and subjects from preschool through high school. Prior to moving to Charlottesville, she served as Interim Director of Education for a private preschool and classical Christian academy. Miss Campbell has also worked as a freelance writer and political analyst. Miss Campbell is a classical enthusiast and is eager to share her love of learning and students with our Grammar School teachers. In her free time, Miss Campbell can usually be found with a good book and her dog, Scout.
Kayla Carson is the Spanish teacher at Regents. She received an undergraduate degree in Spanish from Liberty University in 2020 where she also minored in French, German, and Linguistics. Since graduation, Mrs. Carson has been a Spanish and French translator at TeachBeyond, a missions organization. She has a passion for serving the Spanish-speaking community outside of work through her local church and has also begun postgraduate education and professional certifications in interpretation and translation. Outside of work, Mrs. Carson enjoys dance and rock climbing.
Kelly Chambers is the Logic & Rhetoric School music teacher at Regents. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia and a Master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina. She is originally from Virginia Beach, VA and has been playing the violin since she was 9 years old. Miss Chambers first started taking lessons on piano, but when a family friend came over for dinner and played violin, she was inspired and promptly started violin lessons. Most recently, she’s been playing violin with the Blue Ridge Chamber Orchestra, her church praise team, and for events and weddings in the Charlottesville and surrounding areas. Miss Chambers loves spreading joy and encouraging students in music. She also teaches violin lessons at the Front Porch music school in downtown Charlottesville. Miss Chambers loves reading, hiking, spending time with friends and family, and playing with her two cats, Ruthie and Esther.
Sara Daniel is the librarian at Regents School. Mrs. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in French and History from Virginia Tech and was licensed to teach French K-12. Mrs. Daniel taught sixth grade at a private Christian school in Northern Virginia before marrying Clay Daniel, the Logic and Rhetoric School Academic Dean at Regents. She and Mr. Daniel spent several years studying at Dallas Theological Seminary before leading college student ministry at Reformed University Fellowship in New Haven, Connecticut. Mrs. Daniel returned to the classroom in 2017, serving as a teaching assistant in prekindergarten and first grade at The Covenant School in Charlottesville. It is her joy to support the work of Regents with her background in education and professional copy editing. Mrs. Daniel loves dark roast coffee, Mexican food, books, hitting a local trail on a beautiful day, visiting antique and decor shops, teaching Sunday School, and being a mother to son Knox, a sophomore at Regents, and daughter Lacy, a Regents first grader.
Kara Faraldi is a Music and Drama Teacher at Regents School. A New Jersey native, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts Education at Liberty University. She also holds a Kodaly Music Pedagogy certificate from the Cheneniah Summer Music Institute at New Saint Andrews College. Prior to coming to Regents, Miss Faraldi has taught in Northern Virginia, served on a church staff in Lynchburg, and worked in stage management and guest relations at Sight & Sound Theatres. In her spare time, Miss Faraldi enjoys singing in choir, reading, playing the piano or flute, rooting on her favorite sports teams, being with her friends and family, and enjoying good storytelling!
Hayley Fleming is the third grade teacher at Regents School. Miss Fleming graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with a concentration in Social Sciences. Miss Fleming is originally from Amherst, Virginia where she cultivated a love for the Lord and of learning. While attending Liberty, Miss Fleming was a leader for Younglife and Wyldlife, and she was involved in urban education programs through a mentorship program and college buddies in public schools. Miss Fleming is passionate about Christian Camp ministry and has served on summer leadership teams. Miss Fleming enjoys exploring the rich history surrounding Charlottesville, and she spends her spare time in the mountains, hiking, baking, thrift-flipping, and traveling to new places.
Cooper Good is a Logic and Rhetoric School teacher, teaching courses in science and math. Mr. Good studied Middle Childhood Education at The Ohio State University, graduating in 2018. He moved to Charlottesville last year and worked alongside families in the Prospect community as the Middle School Tutoring Coordinator at Abundant Life Ministries. Mr. Good spent his summers working at an outdoor adventure camp called Summer’s Best Two Weeks in Pennsylvania, and his love for working with children has continued to grow through both of those experiences. Mr. Good loves sports, travel, the outdoors, and his dog Chief.
Chris Harris is a humanities teacher in the Logic and Rhetoric School at Regents. Before coming to Regents, Mr. Harris taught at Hickory Christian Academy, a Classical Christian school, in Hickory, N.C. where he also served as a board member, campus pastor, and coach for the varsity baseball and middle school basketball teams. He was part of the leadership and launch teams for Hickory’s house system and the implementation of oral examinations for the Rhetoric School. Mr. Harris has also been a pastor and youth pastor in the Methodist church, organized the National Day of Prayer in Hickory, and launched a student-led city worship ministry called ROAR. He attended the University of North Carolina Asheville and holds a degree in Communications. Mr. Harris is married to Mellony, who is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, and has a son and daughter who both attend the University of Virginia. The Harris family lives in Crozet.
Stacy Hickory is the pre-calculus teacher at Regents School. Mrs. Hickory graduated from Longwood University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and taught for more than a decade in public middle and high schools before coming to Regents. She is a licensed teacher in the Commonwealth of Virginia and has experience teaching everything from sixth grade math to precalculus as well as honors science classes. Mrs. Hickory is married with three children and enjoys cooking, baking, being outdoors, and traveling.
Jackie Huemme is a kindergarten teacher at Regents. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Although she originally was trained and worked as a nurse, Mrs. Huemme has been involved in classical Christian education for many years. Prior to teaching at Regents, Mrs. Huemme was part of start-up classical school in Maine. It was this experience, coupled with utilizing the classical method in her own homeschooling, that lit a passion for classical education within her. Mrs. Huemme is married to Eric and live in Crozet. She enjoys spending time with her family.
Jackie Jamison is the Development Director and College Counselor at Regents. A graduate of Yale University and the University of Vermont, she began her career in groundwater consulting and land conservation. More recently, Mrs. Jamison has worked as an editor and writer, with specialties in resume editing and life story writing. One of her lifelong passions is Christian education, having directed children's education at All Saints Anglican Church for ten years, and written books including Anglican Prayers for Children. During her spare time, Mrs. Jamison can be found with her husband, three children and hopelessly spoiled dog.
Travis Johnson is the Athletic Director and Physical Education teacher. He is a Charlottesville native and has a passion for athletics and education. Coach Johnson has been working with children in various capacities for more than twenty years. He has coached basketball at two local high schools, for a local AAU team, and also for the YMCA Excel League. Prior to joining Regents in 2015, Coach Johnson was the Head Boys Varsity Basketball coach at The Covenant School where he coached for nine years. Additionally, he is a lead instructor for the Virginia Basketball Academy (VABA) and has been a part of that association for ten years. Coach Johnson attended James Madison University and Piedmont Virginia Community College where he earned a degree in Science with a major in General Studies. He is married to Jeannie and has two adult children. Coach Johnson is a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan, and he enjoys reading, traveling, playing golf, and serving as a Sunday School teacher at his church.
Justin Keller teaches Bible and humanities in the Logic and Rhetoric School, and he serves as chaplain. After graduating from Northwestern University with a B.A. in political science and philosophy, Justin worked for ten years in the Chicago area as a systems and business analyst. During that time, he completed M.Div. and Th.M. degrees at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he met his wife Michelle. They have two daughters, who both attend Regents. Justin is ordained with the Evangelical Free Church and pastored churches in New York and Virginia, where he began teaching. Justin has served as a teacher and administrator in classical Christian schools for the past ten years and is delighted to be back in Virginia. In his spare time he loves reading, exploring National Parks, and cheering for his favorite soccer and football teams. He is also working on his Doctorate of Ministry at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando.
Aaron Larsen is a curriculum and research advisor at Regents. In 1994, Dr. Larsen received his Bachelor of Arts in History with minors in Philosophy and Education from Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. In 1997, He completed his coursework for his Doctor of Arts in Modern World History from St. John's University in Queens, New York and went on to write his doctoral thesis on the Meiji Restoration which, as Dr. Larsen likes to say, is "the most important event in world history that nobody's ever heard of..."
Dr. Larsen has taught at Veritas Academy in Lancaster, Pennsylvania as well as been employed by Veritas Press. His former youth pastor, Chris Perrin, also recruited him to teach for Covenant Christian Academy in his native town of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania from 1999 to 2007. While at CCA, Dr. Larsen, Dr. Perrin, and two other colleagues from CCA founded Classical Academic Press in order to produce better Latin and logic curriculum for the classical education movement. The first results of this collaboration included his logic text, The Art of Argument and the three-volume Latin primer series, Latin for Children.
In addition to teaching at Regents, Dr. Larsen is currently working on Classical Academic Press's upcoming history curriculum, History for Children. This project is particularly enjoyable for Dr. Larsen as it is his first collaboration with his mother, Claire Larsen, author of God's Great Covenant, Classical Academic Press's grammar school Bible curriculum.
Dr. Larsen enjoys living in Charlottesville with all our area has to offer this lifelong student of history.
Amy Lindsey is the Logic & Rhetoric School Academic Dean for Regents. Mrs. Lindsey received a Bachelor of Arts in English with a focus in comparative literature and a minor in Latin from George Mason University in Fairfax. Mrs. Lindsey also holds a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from UVA's Curry School of Education. Mrs. Lindsey has served as a teacher and as Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Regents School. She taught third and sixth grades at her former elementary school, Dominion Christian School, a classical Christian school in Oakton. Throughout college, Mrs. Lindsey worked as a teacher’s aide, helping in kindergarten and second grade. She also taught first grade as a long-term substitute teacher. Additionally, Mrs. Lindsey had the unique opportunity to teach Latin I at her alma mater, Ad Fontes Academy, in Centreville, working with students in grades six through eleven. Mrs. Lindsey has been involved in classical education since the age of seven when her mother helped found Dominion Christian School. She is married to Micah and enjoys reading, running, and spending time in the great outdoors with her husband, their sons Eli and Wills, and their dog.
Jared Lindsey is the Business Administrator at Regents School. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Government and International Relations with a concentration in Political Theory and Law from George Mason University. Mr. Lindsey was first involved with classical education when he attended Ad Fontes Academy, a classical Christian school located in Centreville, Virginia. Mr. Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Grace MacDowall is the Logic and Rhetoric School Latin teacher. Prior to moving to Charlottesville, Miss Burns attended the College of William and Mary, graduating with honors in Latin and Classical Studies. Miss Burns has a deep passion for the ancient world and studied ancient Greek and archaeology alongside her Latin work. Beyond the classroom, Miss Burns served with Reformed University Fellowship and the Department of Residence Life as a Resident Assistant. She is currently William and Mary’s liaison between the Classical Studies Department and prospective students. Miss Burns attended Veritas School, a classical Christian school in Richmond Virginia, for most of her formative years. She comes to Regents eager to continue developing as a lifelong learner. In her free time, Miss Burns is a voracious reader, knitter, and tea enthusiast.
Megan Maley is the sixth grade teacher at Regents. She received a Bachelor’s degree in History from Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Regents School, Miss Maley taught sixth and combined fifth and sixth grades for six years at Grove City Christian Academy, a classical Christian school in Pennsylvania. Some of her dearest memories from teaching surround reenacting historic events, poetry recitation, teaching children to memorize geography and illustrate maps of the world from memory. Miss Maley treasures pointing children to Christ in all areas of study and fostering a classroom of joy, wonder, and prayer. In her free time, Miss Maley enjoys cooking, singing, traveling, reading, and letter writing.
Matthew McMillan is the calculus teacher at Regents. Mr. McMillan is soon to complete his PhD in pure mathematics from UCLA. This year he is writing his thesis as a visiting student at UVA. Mr. McMillan was born and raised in Wheaton, IL, where he also attended Wheaton College. He spent three years in England and five in Los Angeles in graduate studies before coming to Charlottesville. Mr. McMillan also studies the history, philosophy, and pedagogy of mathematics, and he is working on a new curriculum modality that views math as a language. In spare time he enjoys music, Russian literature, and spirited debate.
Rebecca McReynolds is the fourth grade teacher at Regents. Mrs. McReynolds was born in the state of Georgia but lived with her family in Africa for 16 years as a missionary with Mission to the World. After many years in South Africa, they moved to Madagascar and joined a team planting churches amongst the Sakalava, an “unreached” people group. Mrs. McReynolds and her husband, Bryan, have had the opportunity to teach various subjects to children and adults from many different backgrounds. While in Madagascar, they also helped start a music ministry with a group of local musicians who created the first Sakalava songs and hymns from Scripture. In addition, Rebecca started a small business for over 40 women with the goal of creating jobs, a tighter community and a safe place for women to thrive. Rebecca graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary with an M.A. in Educational Ministries, and she is passionate about sharing the truth of scripture with people from every age, nation, culture and language. In 2021, the McReynolds and their five children moved from their small fishing village in Madagascar to Charlottesville, Virginia. Mrs. McReynolds also enjoys being with her family, traveling, playing outdoors, painting, cooking and reading.
Linae Mulcahy is the Grammar School Administrative Assistant. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor's in Science of Nursing and has worked in the emergency room and outpatient surgery. Before becoming a nurse, Mrs. Mulcahy was in the US Air Force and flew on the AWACS airplane which conducts surveillance, target detection, and tracking for accurate, real-time pictures of the battlespace. Mrs. Mulcahy began working in education in 2021 in order to be more involved with her daughters' schooling. She and her husband Tommy have four children, including two who are grown. In her free time, Mrs. Mulcahy enjoys playing board games with her girls.
Mason Muur is the fifth grade teacher at Regents. Additionally, Mr. Muur coaches cross country as well as track and field for the Regents Lions. Mr. Muur holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with an emphasis in Secondary Education from Central College in Pella, Iowa. He is originally from Morrison, Illinois where he received influential mentorship from members of the community in both youth ministry and education. In his collegiate years, Mr. Muur competed in NCAA Division III athletics for the Central Dutch in cross country as well as track and field. He served on Central’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes leadership team, mentored youth in the community at a local church, and led a Bible study for his teammates. Mr. Muur spent multiple summers serving at a Christian camp called Forest Springs in Westboro, Wisconsin, which fostered his love for educating children with a biblical worldview. He enjoys running, traveling, reading, and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Courtney Palumbo is the Head of School at Regents. After experiencing the fruits of a classical Christian school in Texas and finding Charlottesville without such a school, Mrs. Palumbo founded Regents in 2010. She has taught kindergarten, first grade, and fifth and sixth grade literature. Mrs. Palumbo holds a Bachelor’s of Communication from Vanderbilt University. Additionally, Mrs. Palumbo serves on the Board of Academic Advisors for the Classical Learning Exam.
Prior to moving to Charlottesville, she served as an assistant account executive for a worldwide public affairs firm in Washington, DC and opened her own event planning company in Austin, Texas. Mrs. Palumbo also served on the Vice-Presidential Advance Team for the 1992 election and in the Logistical Operations office of the 1992 Republican National Convention.
For more than 25 years, Mrs. Palumbo has been married to Tom, who keeps life exciting, and they have three beautiful children who have all attended Regents- Katherine, Matthew, and Olivia.
Allan Paurillo is a second grade teacher at Regents. Before joining the Regents School of Charlottesville, Mr. Paurillo served in the United States Army and Army National Guard for 13 years. He earned a Bachelor's of Science in Management Information Systems from Liberty University. Mr. Paurillo was originally born in the Philippines but grew up in Charlottesville. Mr. Paurillo is married to Fay, and they have four daughters who attend Regents-- Jasmine, Kaitlyn, Samantha, and Victoria. His family lives in Barboursville along with their four dogs-- Bear, Biscuit, Beouwulf, and Bethany. When he isn't teaching, Mr. Paurillo enjoys spending time with his family, dogs, going on vacation, playing the saxophone, and watching the Virginia Cavaliers.
Olivia Pincombe is a kindergarten enrichment teacher and an administrative assistant for the Logic & Rhetoric School at Regents. Miss Pincombe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art with distinction from the University of Virginia. She has been painting since she was young and first learned from her grandmother. Miss Pincombe is passionate about learning and the arts and is honored to be sharing those passions with children. In addition to teaching, she creates artwork on commission. She loves bookstores, coffeeshops, reading, painting, learning languages, and travelling.
Scott Richardson is a Logic and Rhetoric School teacher at Regents. Dr. Richardson teaches logic, rhetoric, and literature classes. Dr. Richardson received a Bachelor of Science degree Magna Cum Laude from James Madison University in 2004, a Master’s of Education degree from the College of William & Mary in 2011, graduated with high distinction with an Education Specialist degree from Liberty University in 2014, and obtained his Ph.D. in Education from the University of Virginia in 2020. Dr. Richardson focused his dissertation research on the social, emotional, and mental health of students and teachers, and effective methods for schools to improve their social and academic cultures.
Dr. Richardson has devoted his professional life to supporting students in a variety of ways, including school counseling, teaching, administration, and training future school administrators. He was introduced to the classical Christian model in 2013 and has advocated for it ever since, even introducing the model to many faculty at UVA’s School of Education. He lives with his wife and three children at a cattle and chicken farm in Crozet, VA. His free time is usually spent rereading The Lord of the Rings trilogy for the hundredth time, playing his banjo, or winning in Mario Kart against his children.
Sheila Richardson is the worldview teacher at Regents. Mrs. Richardson has been involved in teaching on many levels for most of her adult life. Her thirst for studying the Word of God began in 1980, beginning 34 fruitful years of teaching Precept inductive Bible studies. She served on the staff of Precept Ministries as a workshop trainer in Inductive Study from 1989-2002. She has led workshops in Inductive study all over the United States.
She is a nurse and teacher by profession, receiving a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education from the University of Virginia.
In recent years, she has written and published two Precept Bible study courses (Genesis, Part 1 and 2); It all Begins with Genesis, (a year long curriculum for youth on worldviews and origins); and Something from Nothing (an origins study for teens and young adults published by Broadman and Holman in 2004), co-authored with Dr. Kurt Wise. She also writes an occasional article for Answers Magazine.
Sheila and Don have four children and six grandchildren. The Richardsons are passionate about missions and are involved in a local missions organization that allows them to support missionaries throughout the world. They live on Dunrovin Farm, near Crozet.
Sarah Sawyer is a second grade teacher at Regents School. She first came to Charlottesville as an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and a Master of Arts in Elementary Education. After college, she spent more than a decade in campus ministry in East Asia, where her two eldest boys were born. She returned to Charlottesville to serve locally through Trinity Presbyterian Church, and her family also welcomed two more children. Ms. Sawyer has taught in public, private and home schools, and loves to serve at her church’s partner elementary school in Nicaragua. Reading aloud to children is one of her favorite things in the world as well as taking walks with her kids and their beloved dog, Ellie.
Alan Sheriff is the Logic and Rhetoric School History Teacher. Mr. Sheriff graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity in Christian Ministry. Originally from Virginia Beach Mr. Sheriff became a Christian through the ministry of Young Life in high school. Previously, Mr. Sheriff has served in a number of ministry roles and as a leader in business, specializing in training. He and his family moved to Charlottesville to plant Center Church where he is currently an elder candidate. Mr. Sheriff is married to Kathryn with two children, Virginia and Luke. He enjoys football, cooking, and science fiction.
Katy Shonka is the Regents school nurse. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Virginia and has worked in post-surgical and pediatric oncology units of the hospital as well as a volunteer nurse at Thrive Pregnancy Center in Charlottesville. Mrs. Shonka has been a part of the Regents community for 11 years now and all four of her children-- Ainsley, David, Luke, and Jack-- attend Regents. She loves spending time outdoors with family and friends, particularly hiking, boating, and traveling.
Jonathan Skelton is the Logic & Rhetoric School physics teacher at Regents. Dr. Skelton received his Bachelors of Science in Chemistry at Longwood University, located in his hometown of Farmville, Virginia. He recently graduated with his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Virginia here in Charlottesville. In between his two degrees, Dr. Skelton had the opportunity to teach middle school math for a year at Northumberland County Public School where he witnessed firsthand the great impact dedicated teachers can have on the lives of their students. When not teaching at Regents, Dr. Skelton works as a post-doctoral researcher at UVA, where he investigates high melting point metals for aerospace application. In his spare time, Dr. Skelton can be found hiking in the Shenandoah, searching for old manuscripts in used bookstores, or walking with his 12 year old golden retriever on one of the many trails around town.
Will Treene the Logic & Rhetoric School physical science teacher at Regents School. After growing up in the Northern VA area, Mr. Treene graduated from the University of Virginia with Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Religious Studies. He has experience working in a biochemistry lab at UVA, as a counselor at a Christian camp in Pennsylvania, and as a volunteer EMT with the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad. Mr. Treene aspires to attend medical school and become a physician. In his free time, Will enjoys hiking in Shenandoah, playing piano, and spending time with his wife, Rachel, and their two kittens.
Jessica Trivette is the Admissions Director for Regents School. Mrs. Trivette fell in love with classical Christian education while homeschooling her four children. In 2017, Mrs. Trivette, along with her husband David, enrolled their children at Regents and became part of the school community. Mrs. Trivette is also a local real estate agent with Story House Real Estate, and she and her husband operate several local Jimmy John's Sandwiches.
Christopher Webb is the Logic and Rhetoric School Principal at Regents. For the past five years Mr. Webb taught a variety of humanities courses at the Logic and Rhetoric school, particularly focusing on history. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to joining Regents, Mr. Webb completed a campus ministry internship with Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at the University of Virginia, receiving extensive experience in theological training, personal development, and other critical campus ministry skills. Mr. Webb is originally from Charlottesville and comes from a family of educators. As of the fall, Christopher is also a published author, cowriting Justice Reframed: How the Cross Confronts Our Pursuit of Justice, with his mother, Tina Webb, along with Signs Along the Road: A Thirty Day Devotional and Journal. He enjoys reading, all things sports, and spending time with friends and family.
Tina Webb is the Anicent Literature teacher for the Logic & Rheotric School. Mrs. Webb double majored in English and Music at the University of Virginia. She was accepted into a Ph.D. folklore program at the University of Pennsylvania but decided to focus on motherhood. After homeschooling for 20 years, she began writing and in 2020, she started a mentoring business, Cultivate A Better Life. Tina was ordained and licensed for ministry in 2004 and received apprentice certification for Classic Trauma Healing with the American Bible Association in 2020. Not only has she written several books and mentoring resources, but she is a ghostwriter, specializing in memoirs. In January 2022, she joined the 1776 Unites curriculum development team for the Woodson Center. She has served in various leadership roles for church ministries and was Regents Parent Fellowship Chair from 2018 - 2019. In addition, Tina was the school librarian for a year and occasionally did substitute teaching. This year, Tina looks forward to teaching seventh grade and working with other parent volunteers to develop the Regents Sports Booster program. She and her husband Doug, who volunteers as an assistant coach for the school varsity basketball teams, are parents of six children, including a Regents graduate, two current students, and Christopher Webb, the Logic & Rhetoric School Principal.