Campus Life

Clubs and Activities

On Campus

The campus community embraces many varying student talents and interests.  Since the founding of the school, parents and families have shared a sense of commitment to expose, teach, and grow from the arts, athletics and from nature.   It's not unusual to find a football player in the orchestra or jazz band or a 4H student in choir, art or journalism.

As a K-12 campus, we are enriched by the formal and informal activities and role modeling between younger and older students.   Parents of younger children also benefit from the support system of older parents who encourage and guide them through the education process.  Dads have a special role at Regents as they are greeting faces, opening car doors at the curb of the school each morning, pitching in at the science and nature center, on the athletic field, and sharing in a dads-only boot camp. Dads of seniors make breakfast and pray over our seniors at the annual senior breakfast.   Mothers are found in the classroom, in the library, in prayer, and in the background supporting every activity of the school.  Even grandparents volunteer their time reading to the children, helping in the garden or making special contributions in the classroom. Our seniors attend the kindergarten field trip to Crowe's Nest Farm, have kinder buddies, and are the "star attraction" at many a Grammar student's birthday party.
Our community of families extends beyond the classroom. We all have shared common values and traditions. When a new year of first graders have Pilgrim day every grade older than them remembers their very own Pilgrim Day.

Get Involved

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  • Private Lessons

    Contact Beth Itskin at to schedule your lessons. We offer lessons in Violin/Viola, Cello, Brass, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Voice and Piano. Click here for more information.
  • SOR Clubs

    Students have the opportunity to join several clubs - or start one of their own! Our student led clubs offer a wide range of interests from spikeball to business investments. Below is just a sampling of clubs offered in SOR this year.
    • Creative Writing Club: We will use different prompts and ideas and spend some time writing, and peer editing. It's a fun outlet for creative writing in which people can receive ideas and constructive criticism (and have a reason to write!)
    • French Club is one of SOR's longest-established clubs. We have monthly meetings exploring the beautiful language and fascinating culture of France through cuisine, music, holiday celebrations, history, sports, and more. Non-French speakers are encouraged to join us, as well!
    • Teen Library Board supports and promotes our school library.  The members help select books, create library displays, host library events, and serve our school library as well as other community libraries.
    • Wooden Spoon Society is dedicated to broadening the student's knowledge of food. Because, we love food! We will meet once a month and we will have different meals that we will learn how to prepare. Then, we will eat them, because we know that's what the people really want.
    • Business and Investments Club: Our goal in the Business and Investments Club is to learn about a variety of business careers and how to wisely invest. Throughout the year, we will have the opportunity of hearing from speakers that are excited to share their knowledge.  We will also learn about business and investing from online sites, videos, projects, and games. This club will be extremely beneficial because we will begin to learn the careers we are interested in and how to be successful in them.
    • Math Club is a place where everyone can come and learn more about math and how it relates to the world around us. We explore the joys of math and see how it relates to things we love most, math club is a fun place for everyone!
    • Fishing Club: The Regents Fishing club is for everyone interested in fishing; from those who have never fished before, to the avid fisherman. The club has two main focuses, one is to teach people more about the world of fishing and help them become better anglers. The second aspect of the club is tournament bass fishing at the high school level. We fish in monthly tournaments hosted by the Faith Angler Network and the Student Angler Federation. We also fish tournaments as a club on Lady Bird Lake for fun. We have designed the club curriculum to fit people who know little about fishing as well as those who are passionate about the sport.
    • Music Club: A group of kids passionate about making music and promoting it at Regents and in the Austin area. There are several kids who are afraid or shy to perform/lead worship in front of others so Music Club is a perfect way to collaborate with like-minded individuals who share the same appreciation for music of all genres. God has blessed each one of us with immeasurable talent and if you have ANY musical talent, we encourage you to join us and let your beautiful being created in the image of God, shine through music! 
    • Service Council: The purpose of the Regents Service Council is to expand the impact of our student body through participation in community service. We aim to use our gifts, talents, and time in a way that helps those in need and improves the Austin community.
      The SOR Service Council is continuing its newly established tradition of the Bounty Bowl this fall. The Bounty Bowl is a donation drive to collect coats for the Austin-local event Coats for Kids, run by the Junior League. The effort is school-wide, and boxes for collections are in Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric during October and November. Regents competes against Hyde Park in collecting the most coats (per capita) and the winner is announced at the Regents-Hyde Park football game in November!
    • Student Council: The object of the Student Council is to excel in student leadership by representing the best interests of the student body before the administration; by planning, organizing and implementing the Ministerium component of Regents School’s academic program; by fostering a healthy esprit de corps among the students; and by aiding the school in its chief goal as established by its founders: the pursuit of truth, goodness and beauty in the service of God and man.
    • Current Events Club:
      The purpose of studying current events is to ensure students are educated and understand the importance of people, events, and issues in the news; it stimulates students to explore and learn more about the news, and to pay attention to the news they see and hear outside of school.
  • SOR Computer Programming

    The Intro to Programming Course at Regents encapsulates many aspects of a Classical education. At its core, computer programming is simply applied math and logic. Students will get practice taking the skills they have learned throughout their years at Regents to craft programs that enrich their lives and the lives of those around them--whether by efficiently solving a practical (real world) problem, or merely by creating something entertaining for others to enjoy
  • SOR Journalism

    The Regents newspaper, the Round Table, serves the reading public of Regents School of Austin, reporting on campus news and issues of campus, local, and national importance. The Round Table is staffed by students in the Journalism elective, which is open to all SOR students grades 9-12. 
  • SOR Prefecture

    Regents Prefects are students selected by the administration and graduating Prefects to represent themselves, their school, and God in leadership, responsibility, and collaboration. The program includes training, mentoring and opportunities to contribute to the school in meaningful ways, from representing the school to parents, prospective families and the community, assisting with specific events or functions of the school, to working with faculty and administration on decisions and planning. Prefects provide important student perspectives on matters and have an important voice in matters affecting students in the School of Rhetoric.
  • Mock Trial

    Mock Trial is more like a sport than a club - the team competes against other schools, requires practice, commitment and discipline and has a few fans at our competition - parents. It is an academic sport ideally suited for students trained in logic and rhetoric. Students are given a mock civil or criminal case usually based on a real case and assume the roles of attorney or witness in order to enter a simulated court trial against other schools. Using actual Federal Rules of Evidence and learning courtroom protocol, students argue their case before real attorneys and judges. 
  • Co-Curricular Classes

    Regents School of Austin Co-Curricular program is designed to provide educational and performance opportunities to the students in academic and Fine Art classes; focusing on quality and professional instruction. This includes students of all ages in an effort to enrich the quality of life of the surrounding community.
    Classes are designed for various interests and levels of students. All classes are taught on the Regents campus. 
    Please be advised that we do not watch children left unattended on campus after class.  Please be prompt collecting your student after class.  Students will be taken to the Grammar front office if not picked up within 10 minutes after class. Click here to see a listing of classes.
    Students are expected to attend classes regularly, come to all classes on time, and with necessary supplies if necessary. No makeup time will be offered for tardiness or a missed class.  If school is not in session there will not be a class.
    If you need to speak to your teacher contact her/him directly via email or phone.  Do not call the Regents office or leave a message unless it is an emergency.
    Fees will be billed through FACTS.
  • PSIA

    Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA)
    Statistical research has shown that students who participate in academic extracurricular activities score higher on achievement and assessment tests than those who do not participate in such academic programs.  We also have found that participants whose parents are actively involved in working with their children in extracurricular academic programs have the greatest success in competition, as well as in their future academic studies.
    PSIA programs are designed to support the basic academic curriculum and are easily implemented into daily studies to enrich academic skills.
    PSIA participation helps your child achieve these goals:
                • develop God-given talents
                • find new excitement in learning
                • develop teamwork and a sense of fair play
                • experience a sense of pride and dignity
                • enjoy camaraderie with students from other schools
                • receive tangible awards for their academic excellence
                • have fun!
    PSIA participation is voluntary and is open to all students, 1st-8th grade.  Cost of participation is FREE.

    • Time Commitment—usually 1 hour or less weekly practice sessions after school set by coaches.
  • Logic Leadership Council (LLC)

    The Logic Leadership Council provides Logic students the scaffolding to grow and develop their skills as leaders to prepare them for student government in Rhetoric and thereafter.  This is also an opportunity for students to have a voice and ownership in their school community and participate in and contribute to service events on and off campus. In addition to service projects, the Logic Leadership Council  specifically focuses attention on planning fun and entertaining events for all Logic students, strengthening homeroom with team building experiences, acknowledging teacher's hard work, and creatively discussing solutions about current concerns within Logic as a council and with administrators. The School of Logic student body elects three officers and a representative from each homeroom to lead the Council each year. 
  • Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts

    Regents offers Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts for grades 1-12. Since its beginning, the Scout program has been a fun and educational experience concerned with values. Besides providing a positive place where boys can enjoy safe, wholesome activities, Scouting focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. 
    Pack 25 serves grades 1-5 and meets the second Tuesday of every school month. Dens meet regularly based on scout schedules. If you have questions, email Cub Master, Steve Davidson at
  • 4-H

    Regents 4-H is a community of young people learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.  4-H is about having fun, learning, exploring, and discovering.  In 4-H, young people make new friends, develop new skills, become leaders, and help shape their communities.

    4-H gives students a chance to pursue their own interest - from building rockets to raising animals to photography.  They go places - to camp, to state and national conferences.  They learn to be leaders and active citizens. To learn more visit the club's website!