The classical model of education involves both the educational method as well as content of the academic studies. This method conducts students through the arts of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Collectively, these arts of language have been called the Trivium. The art of grammar focuses on making students at home in language through imitation such that they become accurate interpreters of what they read and hear. Building on the art of grammar, logic is the art of finding arguments and following questions, including the art of avoiding errors in reasoning and drawing valid inferences. At the rhetoric stage of learning, students exercise the art of persuasion by seeing all the available means of persuasion in a given context. They are also able to talk, write, and think intelligently about a subject. In terms of content, Regents Academy requires the study of theology, logic, rhetoric, Latin, literature, history, and the higher mathematics and sciences.