Strategic Plan 2009
The school acts on an incarnational understanding of how the life of Christ and His guidance leads all of us in the development of spiritual maturity and all aspects of our lives.
Parents are significant stakeholders as they actively work with the school to fulfill their parental role of educating their children, and the school will endeavor to help the parent do so.
Teachers and coaches are honored as significant stakeholders in the development of the school because they are the primary implementers of our Classical, Christian education.
The Board of Directors is a significant stakeholder charged with governing and leading through policy and thus, ensuring the core beliefs of the school; and the administration is a significant stakeholder charged with the implementation and management of core beliefs and policies.
The school will share Regents story with other schools around the world in order to promote Classical, Christian education as this model has blossomed in our community.
Students will learn within an excellent Classical, Christian education program that demonstrates an integration of all subjects from kindergarten to graduation.
Academics, Athletics, and Fine Arts will be treated as integrated aspects of our classical, Christian education that promotes the school’s mission statement.
Athletics will train each athlete to embrace a life-long understanding of the value of their human body, healthy competition and humility.
Fine arts will develop each student to embrace a life-long understanding of aesthetic discernment, cultural relevance, and a love for excellence in the arts.
The aesthetically-pleasing facilities are developed in order to promote the vital interaction among students, teachers, and parents.
Financial plans and practices exhibit efficient stewardship based on best practices and generosity founded on a humble dependence on our Lord.