Letter from the Headmaster

At the time of writing this introduction, Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin’s A Battle for the American Mind: Uprooting a Century of Miseducation is the #1 non-fiction bestseller at Barnes & Noble and #2 on Amazon Charts. During a season when most Americans take a hiatus from education, it appears that many are reading about education. Despite how one feels toward the particular approach, views, or tone in Hegseth and Goodwin’s book (or their docuseries titled “The MisEducation of America”), the authors have captured the attention of our nation. They have identified and analyzed several deep-seated problems with education in America (e.g., its origins, curriculum, underlying educational philosophies, and culture) that resonate with many God-fearing parents who want what is best for their children, especially during such polarizing, confusing, and rapidly-changing times.

While Regents is neither a perfect school nor the best educational solution for every family in the area, it exists to help parents fulfill their responsibility to raise their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord (cf. Deut 6; Eph 6). We do so by offering families a distinctly classical and decidedly Christian education that equips students to lead lives of virtue, display mature character, love learning, and serve the Triune God. To ensure our curriculum meets standards of excellence, we sought re-accreditation through the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) this spring and received several commendations, including the extension of our full accreditation status. To enhance and expand our facilities in hopes of improving student learning and culture, we launched the Eagle Campaign this spring, with plans to begin construction of the gym this summer. And to equip our parents with parenting resources, we hosted two parent academies, helping parents grow in their understanding of classical Christian education and offering practical tools and counsel to aid in raising children in today’s world.

Regents’ administration is continually at work to improve the school’s culture and programming. Next year, we are excited to offer our first international senior trip! We are also adding more dual credit options in the rhetoric school, moving to a block schedule in the whole upper school, enhancing the upper school onboarding process, adding more electives during the school day, and more. We are also restructuring the administration of the school to allow for better management over specific operations. As of academic year 2022-2023, Regents will effectively have five directors (for business administration, admissions and communications, athletics, student support services, and curriculum and instruction) in addition to the heads of grammar school (Mr. Lance Vermillion) and logic/rhetoric school (Dr. John Quant). It is our prayer that all these initiatives will work toward enhancing our students’ love for learning and cultivating in them a deeper appreciation for all that’s true, good, and beautiful. 

We are thankful to God for how He provided for the school this past year. May the following articles and pictures serve as a testimony of His faithfulness and remind you to keep the school in your prayers and encourage you to grow in your own knowledge of education and God’s purpose for it.

In Christ,

Dr. Atwood

Second Trimester Highlights


This spring, Regents hosted a re-accreditation team from the Association of Classical Christian Schools that evaluated every aspect of the school’s operations, curriculum, and culture. Read More>>

The Eagle Campaign

Regents kicked off its Eagle Campaign in February by hosting a spaghetti dinner and a talk about the benefits of classical Christian education by Dr. Louis Markos, professor of English who holds... Read More>>

Eagles Athletics

Athletics has come to a smooth end after another fun and successful year! Our track teams had a great season, and five of our high school track and field athletes advanced to the state meet. Read More>>


We are thrilled to have traveled to the first TAPPS academic, speech, and art competitions held in Waco since the coronavirus pandemic halted in-person competitions. Competition participation... Read More>>

House Highlights

This third trimester has been a whirlwind of House activities, wrapping up many of our yearly projects. We've hosted our last set of buddy picnics (although many still eat lunch with their buddies on a regular basis). Read More>>

Suggested Resources

As we move into a new academic year, we wanted to share with you some developments at the school that are designed to equip parents with parenting children in today’s culture. Read More>>

Annual International Senior Trip

We are excited to announce the inauguration of an annual, international senior trip! This trip will ordinarily fall during the tail end of the students’ junior year. Read More>>

Seniors Class of 2022

Congratulations to the Senior Class of 2022! We are very proud of them and all of their accomplishments! 

Senior Achievements & Awards... Read More>>

KPrep & Kindergrten Graduation

Regents Academy held the first annual KPrep and Kindergarten graduation ceremony this year. The students displayed a sample of things they learned this year as well as their memorization skills. We are so proud of our youngest graduates and cannot wait to see what the future has in store for them! Click on the links below to view their graduation slideshows. KPrep Slideshow Kindergarten Slideshow 

Class Activities
Our students enjoyed multiple activities throughout the third trimester! One major highlight is 6th grade’s inaugural capstone trip to Washington, DC! Over four days, the 6th graders were able to view monuments on the National Mall via bike, tour several Smithsonian museums and the zoo, and visit the Museum of the Bible. This trip provided our 6th graders with the opportunity to experience many of the places they read about during the school year. They had an amazing time and are thankful for a successful trip. To view all the pictures from this trimester’s class activities, click the link at the bottom of the newsletter!

Student Perspectives

The articles below (and their designs) were created by upper school students.
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