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Heard at Graduation

Thursday, June 6th, 2024

"There are many marks that have been left on me during my time here. This school has filled my mind with knowledge I will never forget, passion that will never leave and faithfulness that will always endure. … Our teachers have taught us to think for ourselves, reason through things, put our thoughts into words and actions, ask questions and communicate...

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November Update from Athletic Director

Friday, November 10th, 2023

Dear Regents friends and families,
This month we are taking the opportunity to focus most of this newsletter on what physical activity looks like at Regents School. As Athletic Director, this is a topic that is obviously near and dear to my heart. Our bodies matter - not just as a means to an end, but as vessels created by God that reflect His...

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First-Ever Pastor Day in the Grammar School!

Saturday, November 4th, 2023

Over 20 pastors came to our first-ever Pastor Day at the Grammar School. "It was like a combination of Jesus and Justin Bieber walked into our classroom, the students were so excited," said third grade teacher Mrs. Ziegler. Thank you to all the pastors who took time out of their busy schedules to make their students feel loved!

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Alumni News: The Daisy Award

Thursday, October 5th, 2023

A big congratulations to Jenna Rose (class of 2018) who is the recipient of a national award from The Daisy Foundation that honors nurses for outstanding patient care. Jenna is a labor and delivery nurse at UVA and was nominated by a Christian couple who told her they could tell she was a Christian by the way she cared for them. Jenna graduated from the nursing program at...

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From the Desk of the Grammar School Principal

Friday, September 22nd, 2023

It truly is a wonderful endeavor to serve at the Regents School of Charlottesville. For the last three years, it has been my joy to teach fifth grade and coach a few sports at Regents. Now, it is my immense honor to serve as the Interim Grammar School Principal. My hope is that the families, children, and faculty of the Grammar School will strive to glorify God and enjoy...

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Spotlight on Logic School Bible Class

Wednesday, September 13th, 2023

"The center of Christian education must be the Scriptures, and Christians will not experience growth in godliness apart from the Word of God. So I want my students to know God's Word well. I want them to see how the Old Testament (7th grade) and New Testament (8th grade) hang together narratively, thematically, and theologically. I hope if guests visited one of my...

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What is a Successful Year?

Thursday, September 7th, 2023

Excerpt from Logic School & Rhetoric School Orientation Address

“What does it mean to have a successful year at Regents?

I believe that if in May you find yourself identifying your own tendencies towards either peace faking or peace breaking and you repent of them and you choose to live as a peace maker even though it’s...

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This Year's Theme: Faithfulness

Thursday, September 7th, 2023

Dear Regents Friends and Families,

It may not quite feel like summer has ended with the 100 degree temperatures this week, but I can assure you that school is in full swing here at Regents! One of my favorite parts of this year so far was gathering as a full school body in Chapel last Friday. For the first time ever, every single pew at Jefferson Park Baptist...

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Wednesday, September 6th, 2023

Overheard from a recent graduate...

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Regents Welcomes Mr. Vestal

Sunday, September 3rd, 2023

Regents is excited to welcome Zach Vestal to the Logic & Rhetoric faculty as a math and science teacher. Mr. Vestal graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 2016 with a B.S. in Biology. Since then, he has worked at Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, in insurance sales, and most recently at Summer’s Best Two Weeks where he worked with Regents' first-ever...

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Second Grade Poetry

Friday, May 5th, 2023
Ms. Sawyer's second grade class has been learning about meter and rhyming and the students have been practicing writing their own poems:
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Letter from Logic & Rhetoric School Principal

Monday, May 1st, 2023

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...

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First Former Student Returns to Teach!

Thursday, April 6th, 2023

Regents’ has been so excited to welcome back Amelia Park as a long-term substitute teacher this winter and spring. Ms. Park holds the distinction of being the first former Regents student to come back to teach at our school! She attended Regents in eighth, ninth and tenth grade and returned this January to teach Latin I, Logic...

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Head of School March Greetings

Wednesday, March 1st, 2023

Dear Regents friends and families,

One of the goals of this newsletter is to give you a glimpse of what life is like at Regents School. There are the funny stories like the kindergartener who recently came to my office because he was having a hard time getting along with another friend. After talking through the behaviors that brought him to my office, it...

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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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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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What is Hermeneutics Class?

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022

“Hermeneutics refers to the art and science of properly interpreting Scripture. Since students surveyed the Old Testament (7th grade) and New Testament (8th grade), the next step in ninth grade is to begin equipping students to study the Bible themselves. So we begin with some first principles: What do inspiration and inerrancy mean? What is...

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Excerpt from Logic and Rhetoric School Back to School Address

Friday, September 30th, 2022

“Each and every one of us is an image bearer of God carries the weightiness of God’s glory. Just as much as we’re called to steward our time and our finances, we are called to steward the glory of being His image bearer. We are constantly interacting with other people made in the image of God. There is a weightiness of being invited into a relationship...

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Theme of the Year: Courage

Monday, September 19th, 2022

“Courage is a command. It’s not optional for God’s people.  God commands His people to have courage as we live in a world that could frighten us and tempt us to take the easy way out. But what we need to do is to stay firm for what is true and good and beautiful.

Courage comes from having a big sovereign God. If God had told Joshua,...

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