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Teaching History
Teaching history is fundamental to a classical education. It is a collection of memories handed down in stories that define who we are. Those stories are preserved and come to life in great literature through which we can see the historical struggles and triumphs of our shared humanity. We can only truly know who we are...
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Masters of Words
There has never been a more critical time for the Regina Academies. The Incarnation, not Critical Theory or any other ideology, is the foundation of our curriculum. We teach, with absolute confidence, that we can understand and communicate truth through language. Our goal is that students become masters of words.
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Classical Education
The Regina Academies go beyond vague talking points about about how education prepares kids for college and career, to emphasize the critical importance of a Catholic education on the intellectual AND religious formation of children.
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Leisure
The Regina Academies have high academic expectations for our students, but rigor and leisure are not mutually exclusive. If anything, leisure, properly understood, is the complement to rigor.
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Nativity
In this rancorous time in which we live, Christmas reminds us of what is truly real: The WORD who was “made flesh”; What is really TRUE: He was “full of grace and truth”; and, what brings us LIFE: “In him was life, and the life was the light of man.”
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