Six Regents Academy students were recently selected for the Texas Music Educators Association Region 4/21 orchestras.
(Pictured, from left, are Tori and Piper Jobe, Reagan Taylor, Ella Campbell and Jacob Goff)
The Regents Academy Eagles soccer team won the 2018 state championship with a win over Concordia High School by a score of 2-1 in double overtime.
The team celebrated with a victory parade and pep rally at school when they got home.
Congratulations to coaches Rick Bertke and Jonathan Landrum, to all the parents and students who traveled to Round Rock to cheer the team on, and to all the Regents students and teachers who watched via live stream at school.
Way to go, Eagles!
The Regents Academy Senior Economics class attended the candidate forum between State Rep. Travis Clardy and challenger Alec Johnson at the Fredonia Hotel on October 4, 2018. The class is pictured above with Rep. Clardy and Senior Economics teacher Mr. David Alders.
The students also appeared in the article about the event in the Daily Sentinel.
The Texas State 4-H Roundup, held in early June at Texas A&M University, features many competitions and more than 2,500 competitors. In order to be invited to compete at the state level, students must have placed either 1st or 2nd at the district competition, each of which comprises several counties. Skeeter Gilbreath, Kaden Harman, Jake Hill, and Jess Hill, who all placed 1st at district, were invited to the state competition and competed, representing Regents Academy’s club for the first time.
We are so proud of these four Regents students, who all won awards at this year’s competition:
- Kaden Harman: Solo Instrumental, 3rd Place
- Skeeter Gilbreath and Jess Hill: Dramedy, 4th place
- Jake Hill: Public Speaking, 5th place
Also, thank you to Mrs. Jeni Gilbreath, who served as chaperone for the competition.
Congratulations to the Regents seniors for successfully defending their 2018 Senior Theses!
The Senior Thesis offers students a culminating opportunity to expand critical thinking, research, and rhetorical abilities by preparing, presenting, and defending a substantive argument on a scholarly, debatable question. Students are expected to prepare a paper as formal evidence of learning and skill acquired at Regents Academy. As such, the paper is the most lengthy and most carefully documented essay written so far; students research, discuss, and write their theses throughout their senior year.
There are five stages in the completion of the senior thesis: first, students select and do preliminary research on a topic to be proposed to the thesis teacher; second, students work with the thesis teacher to develop an outline and perform further research on the approved topic; third, students write the thesis in a series of drafts that are reviewed by the teacher in preparation for an essay that adequately defends a position on the issues relevant to a chosen topic; fourth, students carefully prepare a final draft of the essay; and fifth, students present and defend the completed essay before faculty and invited guests at the Senior Thesis Presentation and Defense.
Regents Academy is proud of 5th grader Benjamin Satir, son of Dr. Cengiz and Dr. Vicki Satir, who won the fifth grade division of this year’s American History essay contest sponsored by the Nacogdoches Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The theme of this year’s essay contest was “World War I: Remembering the War to End All Wars.” Pictured with Ben are headmaster David Bryant and his fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Lori Cunyus.