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Regina Angelorum Declamation Competition 2024


The Regina Angelorum Academy had another outstanding Declamation season this year.  The students spent a great deal of time memorizing their selections and polishing their vocal and physical delivery.  Learn more about our Declamation program by clicking here. On February 29th, we welcomed Mr. Joseph Grabowski and Mrs. Deanne Ferriera, Esq. as judges for the Regina Angelorum Declamation Contest.  The visiting judges were very impressed with each student’s delivery. Winners advanced on March 6th to the regional competition held at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown.  7th/8th Grade- Orations Winner Bella Lombardi (8th) "Crusade Rallying Speech of [...]

Regina Angelorum Declamation Competition 20242024-04-03T13:26:21-04:00

Welcome Back to Regina Angelorum Academy


Dear Families, We hope that you have enjoyed a restful and fun summer.  We are enthusiastic about welcoming 183 students from 89 families for the 2023-2024 school year! We have been making numerous preparations and improvements to the school over the summer and we look forward to opening our doors on September 6th.Classrooms have been painted and renovated, our kitchen and basement restroom received much-needed upgrades, and the school has been deeply cleaned. As Regina Angelorum Academy begins its 18th year, it is important to pause and express gratitude for our dedicated faculty. Our teachers have spent many weeks preparing for [...]

Welcome Back to Regina Angelorum Academy2024-03-01T14:08:10-05:00

Summer Break: A Time to Relax and More!


Principal Ann Coffey Summer break offers time to relax, have fun, travel and much more.  It is an opportunity to explore, learn, and make cherished memories with family and friends.  Our faith is central to our lives, not only September through June, but all year long.  The summer months provide a special and unique time to consider the value of our Catholic faith and the importance of Catholic education. Some of the greatest memories of summer are made in the warm sun, swimming in cool pools, and traveling to see friends and new places. While enjoying summer, here are [...]

Summer Break: A Time to Relax and More!2024-03-29T15:08:56-04:00

Piety, Music and Gymnastic


On January 27th, our faculty will participate in an in-service day focused on Catholic Classical Education Curriculum. Therefore they will focus on the practices, activities, pedagogy, and curriculum that promote piety, music, and gymnastic in the classroom. Additionally, here are the ways these three areas will be discussed: Piety The duty, love, and respect owed to God, parents, and communal authorities past and present. (The Liberal Arts Tradition, pgs. 15 and 20). Teachers will reflect and note: How piety is reflected in a student's attitude toward the teacher and student interactions with others and visitors What curriculum decisions incorporate piety Their [...]

Piety, Music and Gymnastic2023-04-13T16:56:01-04:00

The Art of Speaking: Declamation


Liam Hallowell, now in 8th Grade, delivers his Declamation at the 15th Annual Forward in the Faith Gala benefiting Regina Angelorum Academy in May 2022. Each year at Regina Angelorum Academy, students participate in our annual Declamation competition. Declamation is the “art of speaking.”  In class and during after-school activities, students at RAA learn and practice how to give speeches: the art of public speaking. In addition,  students select a poem, narration, or speech to memorize each year, beginning in 3rd grade, and enter into the Regina Academies Declamation Competition. Each of the Regina Academies' schools holds its own contest [...]

The Art of Speaking: Declamation2023-01-30T14:31:51-05:00

The O Antiphons of Advent


During Advent, from December 17-23, the O Antiphons are sung during Evening Prayer. We recognize them in a modified version as they appear in the Advent hymn O Come, O Come Emmanuel. The Antiphons From Catholic Online: There are seven short verses sung before the Magnificat during Evening Prayer of the Church on the seven days before the vigil of Christmas. They each begin with the exclamation "O". Each of them ends with a plea for the Messiah to come. As Christmas approaches the cry becomes more urgent. The antiphons were composed in the seventh or eighth century when monks put [...]

The O Antiphons of Advent2024-03-29T15:14:17-04:00
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