If you talk to seventh to twelfth grade Regents students, you may hear about block scheduling, upcoming tests and papers, and serious classroom discussions. While this is all true, they may not let you in on the other half of the story: every single class in the Logic and Rhetoric School takes at least a five minute break every period to go outside - and study halls take at...Read More
Congratulations to Abigail Keller, who was selected as a National Award recipient for the CLT10. National Awards go to the top 50 CLT10 scorers in the nation and include a $2500 college scholarship at any CLT Partner College. We are so proud of you, Abigail!Read More
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...
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...Read More
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,"...
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
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...
Congratulations to Abigail Keller who was accepted into the Virginia Governor's Latin Academy, a summer residential program for Virginia's most motivated and talented Latin students. Being selected for this program as a rising junior (preference goes to seniors) is a unique and special honor! The program is a three week program hosted by Randolph Macon college that...Read More
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...Read More
Congratulations to the entire cast of The Importance of Being Earnest for a job well done! This extracurricular main stage production delighted audiences over four performances last week with its satirical comedy. Special thanks goes to Kara Faraldi who directed the performance and to Center Church, City Church and Calvary Chapel for their generosity - and to all...Read More
This is the second year of the Regents Cantorum, an extracurricular choir in the Logic and Rhetoric schools. “Starting the Cantorum last year was a God thing,” says music teacher Kara Faraldi, “Three of us, separately, came up with the idea at the same time and the synergy gave it momentum.” So far the Cantorum has performed the national anthem at...Read More
One of the beloved traditions in the Logic & Rhetoric Schools are our class trips. After a three-year COVID hiatus, the trips joyfully resumed this year with seventh and eighth grades spending two nights in Baltimore and Washington, D.C, 10th and 11th visiting Charleston for three nights, and 11th and 12th taking the train to New York City. “I love how these trips...Read More
Regents basketball finished its most dominant season ever - with all four of our teams competing in their conference or state finals! Congratulations to varsity boys basketball for winning the VACA State Championship for the second time in four years and to the middle school girls for winning the VACA North Regional Championship (the highest level middle schoolers can play)...Read More
In the Logic & Rhetoric School, eighth grade students and above are invited to take an extracurricular leadership class that meets during lunch. Led by Principal Webb, this class is a prerequisite for house leadership, and it strives to help students become positive leaders in the Regents community.
What is your goal in leadership class?
The Logic and Rhetoric School Board game club enjoys weekly meetings at lunch. The club is devoted to playing Mars 41 BC, a game like Axis and Allies (or Risk), created by our very own Dr. Aaron Larsen. Students begin from a region of the world and work on their conquests over many weeks as the game unfolds.Read More
You may not know Amy Lindsey yet, but she returns to Regents this year after three years in Florida where her husband completed his medical residency. Mrs. Lindsey began teaching at Regents in 2013 and later became the school’s first Director of Curriculum and Instruction. More recently, she shepherded Regents’ accreditation process.
“I get the...Read More
A new tradition was born in the rhetoric school this fall with our first school-sponsored field trip to look at colleges. First stop was Richmond where students toured the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University. "The goal of this trip was to make life after high school real to the students," said college counselor Jackie Jamison....Read More