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Regina Angelorum Academy - Faith in the Future Breakfast 2017
Thu, May 4, 2017, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM EDT
Registration: 7:30 - 8:00,
Breakfast and Speakers: 8:00 - 9:00
Guest Speaker: Dr John Haas, Ph.D., President
The National Catholic Bioethics Center
The Vision of Regina Angelorum is an academy founded on the authentic teaching of the Catholic Faith in the Classical liberal arts tradition. As a result, RAA successfully instills in children the moral, intellectual, and theological virtues which encourage and strengthen both mind and spirit. The curriculum of RAA focuses on the classical Trivium of primary education: Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric.
This event will showcase our teaching philosophy as well as the accomplishments of our students.
Hear inspiring parent testimonials and student perfomances
Attendees will have the opportunity to partner with our great school to strengthen our programs for generations to come.
The philosophy of Regina Angelorum Academy holds true to the theology and philosophy that is the intellectual heritage of every Christian. Regina Angelorum Academy seeks to carry on the living tradition of Catholic classical education. Grounded in the seven liberal arts of the Trivium and Quadrivium, the Academy strives to give students the tools to live a full life, gaining knowledge on their own. These tools include the ability to reason from premise to conclusion, to distinguish, to articulate and to persuade. These educational methods, which have produced outstanding men and women who have fashioned our world in the first and second Christian millennia, will continue to form young people who are capable of excellence and leadership in all arenas of life, fully armed to meet the challenges of the third millennium.
You will find that a Classical Education at Regina Angelorum Academy :
- Is simple yet profound
- Teaches children in ways they naturally want to be taught.
- Teaches Latin –the mother tongue for over 50% of all English words.
- Teaches students to learn from themselves.
- Teaches students to approach a subject by breaking it down to its fundamental parts.
- Enables students to acquire skill and knowledge.
- Teaches a cross-section of the community with common ratios of average and gifted students.
- Teaches students to communicate acquired knowledge effectively.