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  • Regent Boys Tennis finish State Runner-Up

    Congratulations to Coach Acebo and the Varsity Boys Tennis team on their historic finish at the state tournament this weekend as the OSSAA 4A State Runner-Up!

    The team was led by the doubles team of Duvan and Enre Boshoff who were the #1 doubles State Runner-Up. Additionally, the doubles team of Nate Beitel and Truman Stephens placed 6th in #2 doubles and Cole McNeill placed 6th in #2 singles. Bo Bayless was the sixth member of the team that qualified for and participated in state play in #1 singles.

  • Regent Band wills Academic Achievement Award

    Regent's Band earned the 2022 OSSAA Academic Achievement Award based on their collective first semester grade point average. Congratulations to this talented group of musicians!

  • Ellie Hoemann Captures Two State Titles, Team Finishes 5th

    The Regent Rams girls track team finished 5th in the OSSAA 2A State Track Meet. Congratulations to Coach Anderson for a great team finish this season! The girls' team had 10 state medals earned in the state meet, including 2 state championships and 2 state runner-up finishes!

    • Ellie Hoemann - STATE CHAMPION - 400m & 800m
    • Emmarie Marino - STATE RUNNER-UP - 1600m
    • Ellie Hoemann, Becca O’Dea, Micah Dickens, Emmarie Marino - STATE RUNNER-UP - 4x800
    • Emmarie Marino - 3200m (4th)
    • Micah Dickens - 3200m (5th); 1600 (6th)
    • Ross Phelps - 3200m (10th)
  • Roller three-petes as Girls Golf Champion!

    Congratulations to Jenni Roller on clinching the OSSAA 3A Girls Golf State Championship! This makes 3/3 State Titles for Jenni (no contest was held in 2020, her sophomore year).

    Additionally, Jenni shot what is believed to be the lowest round of golf by a female golfer in any class in state championship history Wednesday, firing a 10-under par 62 in the first round of the Class 3A State Championship at Lake Murray State Park Golf Course near Ardmore. Read more in the linked article.

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  • Tuition Assistance

    Established to assist families with the annual cost of tuition.  Dollars can be given directly to Regent or can be directed to the Opportunity Scholarship Fund (OSF) HERE.  Just list Regent as your preferred school and Regent will receive your funds while you receive a state tax credit worth 50-75% of your gift.

     

  • American History Day

    Class Four celebrated the culmination of their study of American history with a special program for parents and a living history museum on April 29. Students then participated in activities that included pack-carrying/minute men, United States flag etiquette, square dancing, first aid, fan-making, and the Underground Railroad. A special thank you to all the parents who helped prepare, lead, and participate in this special day.

  • Superior Performances at Music in the Parks

    Regent's bands and choirs competed the last weekend of April at the Festival of Music sponsored by Music in the Parks. Both the Rhetoric and Logic choirs competed separately and came out with a first-place finish (superior rating) in each division. The Concert Band earned a Superior rating, which marked the first time this has been achieved by the band at the Music in the Parks Festival. The Jazz Ensemble earned a rating of Excellent and was selected as the Outstanding Jazz Band for the festival.
     

  • OSSAA Band & Choir Contests

    Congratulations to Alyssa Durham for earning a Superior rating at State Solo & Ensemble Contest at OSU last week. The Regent Percussion Ensemble was also awarded a Superior rating. Members of the Percussion Ensemble (pictured below left to right) are Caleb Brayton, Carmen Baker, Alyssa Durham, James Anderson, and Kameron Sanders.

    Regent also had vocalist competing at the OSSAA State Contest last week. Congratulations to Carmen Baker, Shepard Muckey, and Ellee Stauffer who each a Superior rating for their vocal solos. Additionally the Men's Quartet (Wesley Cagwin, Kyle Hesser, Shepard Muckey, Ross Phelps) and soloist Emma Robinson received Excellent ratings.

  • Oklahoma Day

    Regent's Annual Oklahoma Day on April 21 was a fun-filled day of playing old-fashioned games, making homemade ice cream, and horseback riding. God blessed the day with fantastic weather and wonderful parent volunteers. The highly anticipated re-enactment of the 1889 land run was just as it should be—chaotic, entertaining, and over in a flash. 

  • Art Show Winners

    On April 18, our students enjoyed seeing the beauty in God’s wonderful gifts of art and music during our Celebration of the Arts. In addition to the amazing pieces performed by our bands and choirs, student artwork was on display. Congratulations to all of our art show winners!

    This year's art show was judged by our guest artist. Each of the first, second, and third-place winners received a cash price of $75, $50, and $25 respectively. Amongst the drawings and paintings on display were a few special pieces including Mexican Folk art of The Sacred Heart. Vinyl records were used to paint and melt into flower like shape mimic the work of Dale Chihuly. Outside in the flower pots were 45 records made into poppies.

    GRAMMAR WINNERS

    Best of Show
    Jacob Searcy

    Drawing (Classes 4-6)
    1st Anna Campbell
    2nd Ruby Rothermel
    3rd Ethan Sudduth

    Painting (Claases 4-6)
    1st Jacob Searcy
    2nd Vivi Emerson
    3rd Penelope Grimes
    Honorable Mention Ethan Sudduth

    SECONDARY WINNERS

    Best of Show
    Charlotte George

    Drawing
    1st Charlotte George 
    2nd Audrey George 
    3rd Lola Webb 
    Honorable Mention Anna Ebert

    Mixed Media
    1st Turner McGuire 
    2nd Ester Grimes
    3rd Abram Farrington
    Honorable Mention Lydia Rice

    Painting
    1st Ezekiel Camp 
    2nd Caroline Jones 
    3rd Charles Carl
    Honorable Mention Jordan Davis

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  • Pioneer Day

    On Tuesday, April 20, our Class 2 students (and parents) put on their boots and bonnets for Pioneer Day! This enriching educational experience allows students to spend the day immersed in the Westward Expansion culture they study in the classroom. Students participated in horseback riding, archery, washing clothes on a scrub board, making butter, creating a leather journal, playing pioneer games, and singing and dancing.

  • Greek Day

    Class 5 held its annual Greek Day event on Monday, April 11. The day was full of opportunities to experience the culture, traditions, and of course games of the ancient Greeks. Teams representing Athens, Sparta, and Thebes competed against one another in events like shield painting, theatrical retelling of Greek myths, the javelin toss, chariot races, and much more. In Class 5, students study the fun and fanciful ancient Greek myths, and compare the childlike qualities of the Greek gods to the one true God. He is the foundation of all truth, training and meaningful tradition.

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  • Regent Debate Duo places 2nd State Tournament

    In the best showing ever for Regent debaters, Lily Battles and Rose Newhouse placed second at the State Tournament in 3A Policy Debate and Charles Goodman placed ninth in the Lincoln-Douglas format. All three Regent competitors demonstrated quick thinking and resourcefulness over multiple rounds of debate. Congratulations to these three students on their success at State this year! 

  • Colonial Day

    Colonial Day was held Friday, April 1. It is a special celebration for Class 1 students as a culmination of their history studies about the Pilgrims and the beginnings of our nation. Students began the day with a program performed for their parents with songs, games and recitations. Highlights of the day included making jam, writing with quill and ink, Colonial period games, tin punch, dolls and quilt squares, and a wonderful lunch enjoyed by all.

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  • Academic Bowl Team wins 2nd at State

    The High School Academic Bowl team competed Saturday, April 2 in the State Tournament at Rose State College in Midwest City and came away with the Class 2A State Runner-Up trophy. Go Rams!

    It was a long day of competition but the team overcame an early loss and battled back in the double elimination tournament to advance to the finals for a showdown with Oklahoma Christian Academy. While the Rams came up a little short, the team came home with a runner-up plaque and medals around their necks.

    Participating players were: Seniors - Nate Beitel, Lily Battles, and Rose Newhouse. Juniors - Julia White (Captain), Carmen Baker, Emma Robinson, and Clay Webster. Sophomores - Ashlyn Walker, Mason Berg, and Ross Phelps.

  • Regent presents "Annie Get Your Gun"

    “Annie Get Your Gun” was a ‘Champeen’ success thanks to the talents of Regent students, parents and Fine Arts teachers.

    Led by junior, Ellee Stauffer in the title role of Annie Oakley and Shepard Muckey, as Frank Butler, the group of nearly 30 actors, ranging from Class 6 to 12, displayed their acting, singing, and dancing talents on stage for three performances the weekend of March 4-6. 

    This year's musical was again directed by the team of Jean Sears and Peggy Berlin, choreographed by Liz Bush, set designed and built by Sherry Turpen, with the help of many parents who played integral roles in making this show a success!

    Mrs. Sears would like to thank the wonderful audience for its participation, love and appreciation to the actors. The new lighting and sound passed the test. Thank you to all those that made improvements to the auditorium through your kind and generous donations possible. What a weekend! The cast and crew now rides off into the sunset; until next year!

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  • National Merit Honors

    Regent would like to congratulate four seniors who have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program - Duvan Boshoff, Luke Krik, Rose Newhouse, and Nate Beitel.

    Nate Beitel has been named a Commended student based on his performance on the PSAT in his junior year. Commended students represent the top 3% of seniors in the nation.  

    Duvan Boshoff, Luke Krick, and Rose Newhouse were named as Semifinalists in the fall based on their performance on the PSAT in their junior year. They have now all advanced to Finalist standing based on their outstanding academic record and are now eligible for scholarship awards offered to Finalists. Finalists in the competition represent the top 1% of seniors in the nation. 

    Congratulations Duvan, Luke, Rose and Nate! Excellent job!  

  • Girls Cross Country Wins State!

    Lady Rams backed up their 2020 state championship with another state title at the Edmond Santa Fe High School 3A Cross Country Championships on Saturday, October 30. The team scored 127 points, a narrow margin over Adair (136 points) and Marlow (161 points).  The girls were led by medalists Micah Dickens (4th place) and Emmarie Marino (9th), with a 2-mile course time of 12:27 and 12:43, respectively. Completing the team of seven were Rebecca O’Dea (37th), Lydia Rice (44th), Kate McKinney (51st), Ellie Hoemann (54th) and Gabbie Brayton (109th).

  • Academic Bowl wins Area, advances to State

    Regent’s Academic Bowl Team won the Class 2A Area Tournament in Garber and were undefeated in the competition! The team, under the leadership of Mrs. Fincher and Coach Christie, advanced to the state tournament. The State Tournament originally scheduled for February 5 was postponed due to weather until April 2.

    Pictured above with the area championship plaque (left to right, front to back): Carmen Baker, Rose Newhouse, Julia White, Ashlyn Walker, Clay Webster, and Kien Robinson. Not pictured are varsity team members Lily Battles, Nate Beitel, and Emma Robinson.

    A couple of highlights include Carmen Baker correctly spelling deoxyribonucleic acid, and in the last quarter of the tournament, Regent chose the category ”Books of the Bible” and correctly answered 9 of 10 questions. Great job Academic Bowl!

  • Regent Volleyball finish State Runner-Up

    Congratulations to Coach Christie and the Varsity volleyball team on a tremendous season as the 4A State Volleyball Runner-Up and Regional Champions. The Regent volleyball team played an amazing state championship game with a narrow final set loss (16-18) to Victory Christian. Victory captured their fifth consecutive state title by defeating Regent 3-2 in five sets. The 4A State Runner-Up Regent Rams finished the season with an incredible season record of 41-8, while playing top ranked competition.

    Thanks to the many Regent fans who came to the state tournament during the fall break to give their support to the Regent volleyball team!

  • National Merit Semifinalists 2021-2022

    Regent is pleased to announce and recognize our Class of 2022 National Merit Semifinalists — Duvan Boshoff, Luke Krick, and Rose Newhouse.

    Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the 16,000 semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including 88 from the Tulsa area. The nationwide pool of semifinalists, representing less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. Students entered the program as juniors when they took the PSAT. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth around $30 million that will be awarded in spring 2022.

    Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level. In addition to submitting detailed scholarship applications, students must have an outstanding academic record throughout high school, be endorsed and recommended by a high school official, and write an essay. Additionally, they have to earn ACT or SAT scores that confirm their previous performance on the screening test.

  • Regent is now live-streaming many varsity games on its YouTube Channel. Subscribe to get alerts when a game is going live and to help us create a custom URL.

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  • The 2020-2021 Regent Annual Report features articles "Imitating the Master Artist" and "Meaningful Rhetoric" as well as academic, fine arts, and athletics highlights, Class of 2021 spotlight, alumni college graduates and more.

  • Girls Cross Country Wins Regionals!

    Both Girls and Boys Cross Country teams qualified for the State meet at the Henryetta Regionals. 

    The girls' team won the Regional Championship, led by Micah Dickens who finished as individual Champion with a 2-mile time of 12:46. Additional Top 15 medalists were Ellie Hoemann (13th) and Rebecca O’Dea (14th). Rounding out the rest of the team of seven are Emmarie Marino, Lydia Rice, Kate McKinney and Hannah Sutterfield.

    The boys' team claimed the final qualifying 7th place spot. Ross Phelps was the solo medalist, finishing overall 11th place. The rest of the team of five were Caleb Brayton, Kien Robinson, Jobey Greuel and Walker Willis.

  • Regent presents "The Music Man"

    "The show must go on!” The sentiment rang true for this year's all-school production of Meredith Willson's "The Music Man.” Going into the year, it was known that audience reduction and other healthy and safety measures would have to be implemented due to COVID-19. The added obstacle of a missed week due to weather, was also no match for the determination of the show's director, stage manager, choreographer, and dedicated cast and crew.

    Led by sophomore, Shepard Muckey, in the title role of Harold Hill, the group of nearly 50 actors, ranging from Class 3 to 12, displayed their acting, singing, and dancing talents on stage for three performances the weekend of March 5-7.

    This year's musical was again directed by the team of Jean Sears and Peggy Berlin, choreographed by Liz Bush, set designed and built by Sherry Turpen, with the help of many parents who played integral roles in making this show a success!

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  • National Merit Finalist

    Regent is pleased to announce that Lydia Wood has advanced to the Finalist round in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

    Out of the 1.6 million students who take the PSAT in their junior year, less than 1 percent are acknowledged as National Merit Finalists. Regent’s Lydia Wood earned that honor last year. She is the thirteenth of Regent’s 193 graduates to earn this honor.

    Each student who achieves the minimum Selection Index score on the PSAT - 211 for Oklahoma last year - is designated as a semifinalist. To become a finalist, students fulfill several requirements that incldue submitting a detailed scholarship application and presenting a record of very high performance.

    Approximately 7,500 finalists are selected to receive a National Merit Scholarship. Scholarship winners are selected based on their academic record, information about their school’s curriculum and grading system, their PSAT Selection Index score, the high school official’s written recommendation, information about the student’s activities and leadership, and the finalist’s own essay.

    Lydia was selected to receive a National Merit Scholarship from The University of Oklahoma where she will attend in the fall with plans to study human relations and psychology.

  • Girls Cross Country Wins State!

    Congratulations to our 3A OSSAA Girls Cross Country State Champions! Regent's girls cross country team clinched its first-ever title. Senior, Natalia Cleveland won the individual state title while freshman, Micah Dickens claimed second. Great job to the whole team and Coach Anderson!

  • The 2019-2020 Regent Annual Report features a 20th anniversary visual timeline, founders Q&A, articles, Class of 2020 spotlight, alumni updates, and more.

  • Regent's Production of "Hello Dolly!" Amazes Audiences

    The music, the set, the costumes ... every detail of Regent's production of "Hello Dolly!" impressed audiences. The 46 member cast and ensemble demonstrated their singing, dancing, and acting talents during three performances from March 6 to 8.

    This year's musical was directed by the team of Jean Sears and Peggy Berlin, choreographed by Liz Bush, set designed and buildt by Sherry Turpen, with the help of many parents who played an integral role in making this show a success!

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  • 3 Seniors announced as National Merit Finalists

    Regent is pleased to announce and recognize our Class of 2020 National Merit Finalists — Spencer Luttenberg, Noah Roberts and Joseph Runnels.

    Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the 15,000 semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including 206 from Oklahoma. The nationwide pool of semifinalists, representing less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth around $31 million.

  • Jack Wright signs Letter of Intent!

    Regent Preparatory School is pleased to announce that Senior, Jack Wright will be signing his letter of intent to play football at the University of North Dakota this fall.

    Wright has been an amazing contribution to Regent’s football team, who has earned back-to-back appearances in the OSSAA Class B State Finals. This season, Wright set the national record (of all high school football at any level) for touchdown receptions at 112. His career stats include 276 receptions and 6,277 receiving yards, which are second all-time nationally for 8-man football. He was also selected to play in the Blue- Grey High School All American Football Game.

    Wright’s character and leadership have been a great asset to Regent’s team both on and off the field. We are very excited to watch his journey in NCAA Division 1 Football.

  • James Roller wins Sportsmanship Award!

    Congratulations to Regent senior, James Roller, on receiving the American Junior Golf Association Jerry Cole Sportsmanship Award! Roller was awarded this top honor for sportsmanship among high school golfers throughout the nation.

  • 3 Students Sign Letter of Intent!

     

    Today, Regent celebrated three athletes signing NCAA scholarship letters of intent, during the National signing day for NCAA Golf and Soccer. 

     James Roller - signed a scholarship letter to play golf for Texas Tech University next year. Texas Tech is one of the top college Men's golf programs in the nation. James won an OSSAA state championship in 2018. James has also been on two back to back state championship teams at Regent in 2018 and 2019. James was also recently awarded the American Junior Golf Association Jerry Cole National sportsmanship award for high school students. 

    Josh Elliott - signed a scholarship letter to play soccer for Northeastern Oklahoma State University. Josh is an outstanding goalie and leader at Regent.  

    Kristi Keller - signed a scholarship letter to play soccer for Oral Roberts University next year.  Kristi joins her sister, Kelly, as a scholarship member of the ORU Golden Eagles program.  Kristi has been an outstanding player and leader for the Regent Rams. 

  • Jack Wright sets national record, earns National Player of the Week recognition

    Congratulations to senior Jack Wright for being named 1A National Player of the Week. He set a national record Friday with 96 career receiving touchdowns. Wright had 5 receptions for 127 yards and 2 TDs. He also returned an interception 35 yards for a TD in two quarters.

  • Volleyball team finishes season as OSSAA 4A State Runner-up

    Congratulations to Coach Christie and the Volleyball Team on a tremendously successful season! The girls had an incredible run in the state playoffs, and after a hard fight back in the finals to match Lincoln at 2-2, the girls finished as the 2019 OSSAA 4A State Runner-Up. Amazing job ladies! Go Rams!

  • National Merit Semifinalists

    Regent is pleased to announce and recognize our Class of 2020 National Merit Semifinalists — Spencer Luttenberg, Noah Roberts, Joseph Runnels, and Trenton Sullivent.

    Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the 16,000 semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including 206 from Oklahoma. The nationwide pool of semifinalists, representing less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth around $31 million.