May 25, 2011

Regents Daily News:
May 25, 2011

Did You Know?

  • Did you know that two 2011 Regents graduates received appointments to two of the most prestigious universities in the nation – the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the U.S. Air Force Academy, and their graduating class won scholarships worth over $800,000?
  • Did you know that Regents families helped the school raise nearly $30,000 in donations through the BIG Serve–money that goes directly to servicing the school’s building debt?
  • Did you know that next year Regents will inaugurate a student mentoring program to help new and struggling students and provide opportunities for older students to be leaders to the younger students?
  • Did you know that Regents athletes had great success this year? Our junior high soccer team placed third in the CSAC tournament, our junior high boys basketball team placed third place at the CSAC tournament, the high school basketball team went to the playoffs for the first time ever, and three high school students placed at the TAPPS state track meet.
  • Did you know that Regents high school students won the TAPPS Speech and Academic district competition against 8 other schools and placed 6th in the state as a team (out of 26 schools), with several students winning top-3 honors in the state individually?
  • Did you know that in 2010 a Regents student was named a National Merit Commended Student for the fifth year in a row?
  • Did you know that Regents Academy has begun the accreditation process with the Texas Association of Accredited Private Schools (TAAPS) that should be completed by the end of next year?
  • Did you know that our school has completely revamped our secondary science curriculum and instruction, and over the last year we have greatly improved our secondary math curriculum?
  • Did you know that Regents junior high and high school students just completed their inaugural year of drama, with productions of “Fairy Tale Courtroom” and Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors”?
  • Did you know that your student can take dual credit courses during high school, as long as certain conditions are met?
  • Did you know that every day Regents students are nurtured in a loving Christian atmosphere with a student to teacher ratio of 8 to 1?

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