School of Rhetoric

Regents School of Austin College Visit Program

 
Each year, Regents School of Austin welcomes representatives from colleges and universities across the United States to our school to meet with students and to gain a better understanding of what makes a Regents’ education unique. These visits are wonderful opportunities for high school students to learn more about specific colleges, to ask questions about the admission process, and to develop a relationship with an admission counselor at colleges to which they may apply.
 
For Admission Representatives
Please use our electronic scheduling system to schedule your visit.
If you need assistance, please contact Ronda Reece at rreece@regentsaustin.org or 512-899-8095, ext. 222. Visits are scheduled throughout our school day beginning at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 3:15 p.m. in 50 minute blocks.
 
Regents School of Austin is located at:
 
3230 Travis Country Circle
Austin, TX 78735
(512) 899-8095
CEEB Code: 440295
 
Parking: Please plan to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled visit. A parking space is reserved for college representatives in the 5-minute parking spaces. If the space is taken, you may park in any open space or along the street adjacent to our campus.
 
Golf Cart: A Regents College Ambassador will meet you with a golf cart to carry you and your materials back to Rhetoric Hall, the high school building.
 
 
Regents School of Austin Administration
  • Dan Peterson, Ph.D., Head of School
  • Liz Benigno, Head of School of Rhetoric
  • Joshua Simmons, Associate Head of School of Rhetoric
  • Andy Tucci, Registrar, 512-899-8095, ext. 165, registrar@regentsaustin.org
 

List of 4 members.

  • Mrs Charlotte Knepp 

    Director of College Advising
    Bio
  • Eric Hartsfield 

    College Advisor
  • Sarah Harris 

    College Advisor
    Bio
  • Mrs Ronda Reece 

    Admin Asst to College Advisors
    Bio

Academic Profile

Regents School of Austin

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