Strategic Plan 2009
As a classical, Christian school, Regents develops students who are ready to be involved with culture. By developing critical thinking and excellent communication skills, Regents prepares graduates to participate in kingdom work.
Interwoven throughout a distinctively rigorous academic program, including a Senior Thesis, are strong programs which develop a student's faith in Christ. Milestones such as the Ephesians Chapel support the essential core of the Regents Academic community: integrating faith and scholarship in the development of character as we study and learn God's Word.
Regents not only seeks to prepare students for college and adult life, but strives to develop Christian morals, discipline, behavior, and character so that graduates sustain their faith and involve themselves with culture. Thus the ultimate goal of the school is to help equip the students spiritually and intellectually for the rest of their lives.
The academic community at Regents is shaped by the excellence of the faculty and the continuity of the K-12 program. The success of Regents’ academic program revolves around the integration of faith and learning in the classroom. Classes are currently small (16 is the average, 20 is the maximum) and create an ideal environment where teachers can mentor students in faith while teaching their discipline. Thus, in fulfilling the mission of the school, the academic environment is grounded on the strength of the community and a focus on God.
Tactical Goals 2009-2010
Continue Time-on-task study in the Grammar School
Initiate a study called "theology of sport"
Establish a 5-year plan for Athletics
Establish a 5-year plan for Fine Arts
Initiate K-12 student assessment philosophy study and implications on in-class work and homework expectations
Establish and start Laser Optics Lab