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You Know You Have a Classical Family When...

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

...The parents leave for a night out and the older siblings who are babysitting declare an oligarchy. -Allan Paurillo, father of 4 Regents oligarchs

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Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Thank you for your tremendous support of the Regents Gala on Friday! From superb emcees and speakers to community business support, it truly took a village to create such a wonderful night. Special thanks to our auction chair Monique Moshier and to the many amazing volunteers who made our celebration a wonderful success! It was one of the most well-attended Galas ever!...

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Fall Thought from LS/RS Principal

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Dear Regents friends and families,
Recently I presented this thought to the Logic and Rhetoric...

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Alumni Spotlight: Olivia Palumbo

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

What do you think of college so far?
Honestly, college has not been very hard and I have no idea why – so many people around me are drowning. It has been sweet to be really prepared and ready. Coming from high school at Regents where it was really hard, I can easily sit down now and work and get the things done that I need to do.

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Eleventh Grade Recites 'The Raven' by Edgar Allan Poe

Wednesday, November 9th, 2022

Although you may hear the word "recitation" and think "Grammar School" - that actually isn't the case. Every literature class in the Logic and Rhetoric School does some recitation each year, usually poetry. Recently eleventh grade successfully recited the first six stanzas of The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe – on their way to having all 18 stanzas...

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Kindergarten: Focusing on Handwriting

Tuesday, November 8th, 2022

One of the distinctives of Regents is its emphasis on handwriting. Starting in kindergarten, students learn not just to write - but to write beautifully. Handwriting forms the brain and also sets a standard of doing hard things well. "One of the things I miss about Regents is how beautifully my kids learned to write," said former parent Becca Christophel.

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First Grade: Learning to be Peacemakers

Monday, November 7th, 2022

In first grade, Mrs. Bryant is proud of how her students are learning to be peacemakers. “We always start the year in Bible class learning about biblical peacemaking – but this is a subject that is easier learned about in theory than put into practice!” she says. “I was very proud recently when two of the girls were having a problem with each other,...

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Second Grade Botanists!

Sunday, November 6th, 2022

"Second grade botanists, how are your beans growing?" asks teacher Mrs. Sawyer. In science, the class broke into groups and conducted experiments on what the best conditions are for beans to sprout: warm and sunny, cold and dark, or room temperature? Ask your favorite second grader what the result was!

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Varsity Volleyball Places Third in Regionals

Saturday, November 5th, 2022
Varsity volleyball finished up their season with a third place finish at Regionals. Go Lions! "I am so proud of the heart that the girls displayed throughout the whole season," says coach Monica Morgan. "It's not every year that I see...
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