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First annual Regina Academies boy’s summer camp

Few would question, at least with any credibility, that our culture is experiencing a crisis of manhood. Author and farmer Jason Craig published an excellent book in 2019 that addresses this problem called Leaving Boyhood Behind. The book lays out a plan for fathers, brothers, uncles, and others to help young men grow to be...
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Teaching History

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...
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Masters of Words

Becoming 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

Concerned about your children’s 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

Leisure and Play

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

The Word was made flesh…

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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Covid-19 Vaccines and Catholic Conscience

On December 7, 2020, The Regina Academies presented John Brehany, PhD, STL, Director of Institutional Relations at The National Catholic Bioethics Center in an online seminar to discuss how the Catholic moral tradition can be applied to assist Catholics in forming their conscience and evaluating the acceptability of vaccines currently in production for Covid-19.
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imagine

Imagine…

The mission of Catholic classical schools like the Regina Academies is first and foremost to nurture better human beings by forming their moral imagination in faith and reason. Lest parents fear that their children will not receive the education they need for success in life (the failed promise of public education), an education that forms...
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originals or photocopies

Originals or Photocopies?

Carlo is the perfect model of virtue for young people today. He was a typical teen who loved to play soccer, loved video games, action films and animals. His motto, however, “To always be close to Jesus” was indeed extraordinary.
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The Trivium

The Trivium

For millennia, the trivium has remained the most effective structure for educational success. It prepares students for lifelong learning because if provides the tools necessary to become self-learners.
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Wonder

Wonder

In Catholic classical schools wonder is encouraged as an essential part of learning. It is made the center of a child’s motivation. Through wonder students are guided to a greater understanding of themselves as God’s unique creation, and to the magnificent design of the world around them.
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Patriotism

Patriotism, a hallmark of a Regina education.

If piety is the generous response to God’s spiritual blessings, patriotism is a generous response to the gift of our homeland that has formed our national character.
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