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 mammal day every grade older than them remembers their very own mammal day.