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A Christian Education

Education is a broadening experience that begins in childhood and lasts a lifetime. Our motto, "faithful to the truth," reflects our goal of providing a Christ-centered education that is rooted in the truth and authority of the Bible. This education acknowledges that God is evident in creation, sovereign through history, revealed in His son, Jesus Christ, and intimately concerned with us as individuals. A worldview based on the Scriptures provides a unified education in which all subjects - history, English, biology, philosophy, science, and the arts - are understood as part of an integrated whole. This worldview may be boldly stated, or it may be implicit, but it is always present. Regent is an interdenominational Christian school. Our faculty and board members embrace the historic tenets of Christianity as presented in our Statement of Faith. Beyond these primary doctrines, we respect and acknowledge the primacy of the family, and refer any secondary doctrinal questions to parents for clarification.

A Classical Education

At Regent, we are committed to a classical approach to education. We recognize that Christ was born during the reign of Caesar Augustus and that Christianity took root and grew to maturity in the West. So that our students may understand and appreciate the impact of western civilization on our culture, we emphasize ancient history, languages and culture, studied in the light of biblical Christianity. "Classical" also describes the methodology of our curriculum, which is rooted in what is known as the trivium. The trivium emphasizes the grammar, logic, and rhetoric of all subjects, and it teaches with the grain of the child, matching the child's developmental readiness with appropriate tools for learning.


Classes 1-6: Students at this stage will readily soak up information and memorize facts as they acquire reading, writing, and arithmetic skills.

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Classes 7 & 8: As students enter their argumentative teenage years, they will learn the construction and critique of valid arguments.

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Classes 9-12: Students will begin to synthesize, express, and put to practical use what they have learned.

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