Regents Academy affirms the supremacy of Christ and the authority of Scripture in all learning.

We study the world using the timeless methods of the classical tradition while tailoring instruction in age-appropriate ways across three schools (grammar; logic; and rhetoric). Each school works toward equipping students with the tools for learning, the skills to justify learning, and the exercise of reason.

Why Classical Education?

On April 25th, 1524, in a letter to a friend, Martin Luther wrote, “I beg you to do your utmost in the cause of training the youth. For I am convinced that the neglect of education will bring the greatest ruin to the gospel. This matter is the most important of all.” Luther was persuaded that, in order to further the cause of God’s kingdom and truth, there must be passion and diligence employed in the education of children. We are equally persuaded. And we know of no better means of “training the youth” for these ends than classical Christian education. Why?

These are just a few of the reasons why so many parents have chosen to educate their children in the classical Christian tradition. Martin Luther believed the matter of educating children is “the most important of all.” Take time and prayerfully consider how you may honor Christ in fulfilling your obligation to raise your children in the “discipline and instruction of the Lord” (Eph. 6:4).

Grammar School Scope & Sequence
Dual Credit Opportunities
Why Latin?
Upper School Scope & Sequence
What is Omnibus?
Senior Thesis