The Epiphany School of Charlotte is Now Enrolling Students for the School Year and Camp
The Epiphany School of Charlotte focuses on the unique needs of children ages 10-14 whose primary difficulties are with social and communication skills that have impeding their learning.
No specific diagnosis is required to attend The Epiphany School, but the school is is uniquely suited to students with the characteristics of or diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome/High Functioning Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Learning Disabilities.
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For additional information, contact us at Info@TheEpiphanySchool.com or 704-644-4407.
At Regent Schools of the Carolina, we teach our students to think, communicate and excel, while bringing Christian values to their changing world.
Christian classical education provides an academic environment in which it is possible to teach moral values, while developing intellectual capabilities second to none.
To watch a short video about Classical Christian education with Rev. Marty McCarthy and Corie Crouch, click on the image below.
Reverend Martin (Marty) F. McCarthy - Rev. McCarthy is the former Rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Emory and Henry College in 1974 and his Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary in 1978.
There is no greater hunger today than for character education. A generation of parents see their children equipped simply to process information, not to apply values and ethical judgment necessary to make informed judgments.
When a school treats our children like computers (processing information), our children become disengaged. Too often, students are trained to “learn for the test” and nothing more. Education is a means to an end, not the beginning of a lifelong love affair with learning. We teach the head, but not the heart. We have seen the consequences of such neglect.
The question of ethics reverberates around Washington, Wall Street and Main Street today. Having been involved with the founding boards of Trinity Episcopal School and Palisades Episcopal School, I determined to also work with other denominations and educators to go forward.
Regent Schools of the Carolinas was formed to work with strong churches, smart developers and great community partners to established unparalleled schools that bring out the best in student and their families.
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