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RAA Announces Appointment of Mr. Patrick Boyden as RAA’s First President

2024-03-01T13:53:12-05:00

RAA Board of Trustees Announce Appointment of First School President, Mr. Patrick Boyden The RAA Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Patrick Boyden as RAA’s first President. Mr. Boyden will join RAA from Independence Mission Schools (IMS), where he has served as the Deputy Chief of Operations and Enrollment.  The Board determined that adopting a President/Principal leadership model will help ensure that the day-to-day administration remains personally engaged with the needs of our students, faculty, and parents, while solidifying the school’s accelerating growth. In spring 2023, the Board began a national search and interviewed the top [...]

RAA Announces Appointment of Mr. Patrick Boyden as RAA’s First President2024-03-01T13:53:12-05:00

Truth, Beauty, and Goodness through Art and Music

2023-11-09T14:07:08-05:00

The Foundation: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness (TBG) The themes of truth, beauty, and goodness, known as TBG at Regina Angelorum Academy (RAA), are the foundation of a Classical Liberal Arts Education. Students encounter truth, beauty, and goodness through various disciplines including nature studies, poetry recitation, analysis or construction of an argument, and the application of math. Each of these disciplines is woven into the fabric of the RAA school community. Each trimester, students study the work of one composer and one artist. A new piece of art from the selected artist or composition from the selected composer is introduced to [...]

Truth, Beauty, and Goodness through Art and Music2023-11-09T14:07:08-05:00

Piety, Music and Gymnastic

2023-04-13T16:56:01-04:00

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
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