Congratulations to Madeline Reed and Reagan Smith who recently signed their letters of intent to play college sports. Madeline will be playing volleyball at Lancaster Bible Institute and Reagan Smith will be playing basketball at Shenandoah University.
"Madeline's influence has left such a beautiful and lasting legacy on the volleyball program,"...
The track season concluded on Saturday, May 13th, at the VACA State Championships. The middle school girls and varsity boys both placed second in the championship! More than 17 team records were set this season, including: Jared Webb (MS Boys...
|Ms. Sawyer's second grade class has been learning about meter and rhyming and the students have been practicing writing their own poems:|
"In second grade, we've been reviewing the difference between rhythm (the pattern of the words in a song) and an ostinato (a repeating pattern)," says teacher Kara Faraldi. "We have a chant that goes 'An ostinato is a repeating pattern' and we say it over and over again. One little girl went home and was saying the chant repeatedly. After about...Read More
Congratulations to the House of Luther for winning Regents’ 2023 Certamen contest! Certamen is a Jeopardy-style game for classical students. Students are quizzed on Latin vocabulary, grammar, derivatives, Roman history and daily life, and the influence of Latin in the modern world. Led by Abigail Keller, the House of Luther demonstrated commanding mastery in each of...Read More
Almost 200 grandparents joined us for Grandparents Day on April 31st! What a gift it was to be together and to celebrate your students' hard work all year long with recitations of poetry, Latin, science and history, songs, and Scripture. The Logic School students presented two Socratic Seminars discussing Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan and four rhetoric...Read More
There is a great benefit to introducing students to Shakespeare in the latter Grammar School years. Academically, it prepares students for engaging with his text when they move to the Upper School and it helps them with reading comprehension. After all, not only does one have to remember what the lines are but one has to understand what Shakespeare is saying and communicate...Read More
Dear Regents friends and families,
We are all greatly anticipating the move to the new campus, but as I’ve been praying, this question came to me, and it was one I posed to the Logic & Rhetoric Schools recently: are we prepared for the move? There has been much prayer and labor and trust and faithfulness behind the scenes to get to the point...
Based on Aristotle's "Golden Mean" how should we live? What do you agree/disagree with and why? How should this knowledge influence your character development? Does it fit with Biblical morality?Read More