We are created for community and service and desire to share our story with you. We would be honored to assist you in determining whether Regents is the best school for your family.
Time on campus will allow a glimpse into our world - from the gardens and ponds to the senior thesis presentations. Regents School of Austin is a Christian community committed to providing a nurturing, challenging educational environment for your family. Our faculty seek to cultivate students by encouraging academic and spiritual development in every activity. God is working through our school community and we invite you to consider joining us on our journey.
We look forward to helping you explore what a Regents education can offer your student. Please call (512) 899-8095 or email us at email@example.com to learn more about our Christian community and classical curriculum.
Steve and I have been associated with Regents since 1994 and have two RSA graduates, Ben (01) and Claire (05), both of whom are successful, functioning adults. Yay! We also enjoy three of the most entertaining grandkids you could ever hope to have.
I love my job so much that I did it for free for sixteen years before they finally gave in and hired me. I am grateful that they still allow me to hang around and enjoy the community on a daily basis!
If you are interested in applying for the 2019-2020 school year, please contact Admissions at 512-898-8095 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in applying for 2020-2021, online applications will be available September 1st.
Our Viewbook provides a glimpse into the philosophy and programs Regents has to offer in an easy-to-read magazine style. Our Viewbook
Our College Advisors share this with colleges and universities so that they can know and understand our school and its unique and challenging academics. Academic Profile
Arches is our quarterly magazine, showcasing what our students and teachers are doing both on and off campus. Arches
Kinder Enrichment is Regents School of Austin’s high-quality after school program for enrolled kindergartners from noon until afternoon carpool pickup. There are two options offered: five days per week (Monday-Friday) or two days per week (Tuesday and Thursday). Find out more!
Regents School of Austin opened its doors August 31, 1992. The founders' goals were to establish a school committed to academic and spiritual excellence, to instill in students a love for learning and to provide an orderly, nurturing atmosphere in which these ideals can be achieved. In time those goals have been incorporated into our mission as a classical and Christ-centered school for students of grades kindergarten through twelve. Learn more about our history!
Regents School of Austin is accredited by the Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS). ACCS is a member of Texas Private School Association Commission (TEPSAC). TEPSAC ensures quality in private schools by monitoring and approving organizations that accredit the various non-public elementary and secondary educational institutions in the state of Texas. TEPSAC, by a formal relationship with the State Commissioner of Education of Texas, annually reviews all accrediting agencies for quality. In addition to quality reviews, TEPSAC allows for the transferability of high school student credits earned in accredited non-public schools to Texas public schools. Regents is an active member of TEPSAC.
Kindergarten classes have a maximum of 14 students in each class. First grade through fourth grade has a maximum of 16 students per class. Fifth through sixth grade have a maximum of 18 students per class. We have 5 classes in each grade level. Our 7th through 12th grade rotating class schedule aims for 16 students in any one class but can vary from 12 - 20 students in a particular section.
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY Regents School of Austin admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.