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First-Ever Varsity Baseball Season in the Books

Monday, May 13th, 2024

The first-ever Regents Varsity Baseball team finished 3-4 in the VACA North Region and lost a close-fought game to Christian Heritage in the state semifinals, 6-7. Players rallied from a slow start in the season, to eventually gel as a team. At one game late in the season, a player from the opposing team was seriously injured. The next day, the other school’s Athletic...

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Special Focus: Homework

Friday, March 1st, 2024

If you had to identify one facet of education that has been shown to improve the parent partnership, deepen classroom discussions, identify and ameliorate student learning gaps and teach students executive functioning skills - in only twenty minutes a day - what would it be? That's right, homework. Here is a snapshot of the reasons why purposeful homework is integral to...

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Spotlight on Calculus Class

Friday, March 1st, 2024

“I really desire to connect every single lesson in my Calculus and Latin classes to the greater purpose and heart of Regents as a school,” says teacher Olivia Didat. “I never want my students to lose perspective of the reason why we are here: to learn about who God is through the lens of different subjects and grow in our love for Him! This may be...

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From the Art Studio

Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

“In Rhetoric School art this year we have been focusing on creating a variety of values, layers, and washes in watercolors,” says art teacher Jenn Atwell. “The students had several projects before this still life; one was learning to paint three dimensional effects of draped fabrics. Students had to pay attention to creating soft edges in their transition...

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Varsity Boys Basketball Wins Regular Season Title

Sunday, February 25th, 2024

Congratulations to Varsity Boys Basketball who were VACA North Regular Season Champions and second in the VACA North Tournament. “We had a well-rounded team,” said senior David K. “Everyone contributed a lot and we showed a lot of resilience in battling adversity throughout the season by keeping our focus and working hard.” The Varsity boys...

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Physical Activity in the Grammar School: Entree to Life Lessons

Thursday, November 16th, 2023

During the first days of kindergarten physical education (PE), you can find Coach Johnson outside, five and six-year olds walking around him as he chants: “Heel-toe, heel-toe.” It’s embodied learning that is foundational to not only the Regents PE program, but to the whole Regents academic curriculum.

“Obviously kids know how to walk...

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Physical Activity in the Logic & Rhetoric School

Sunday, November 12th, 2023

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...

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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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Successful Gala + Match Fulfilled!

Monday, November 6th, 2023

Thank you for your tremendous support of the Regents Gala on November 3rd! From superb emcee Dr. Chris Scott (who even sported a lion's mane at one point) and speakers to community business support, it truly took a village to create such a wonderful night. Special thanks to our Gala committee: Monique Moshier, Holly Britt, Carrie Montalto, Corie Scott and Laurie...

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