Classical Christian Schools are thriving. There is great interest throughout the United States to rediscover “wisdom and virtue”—through the Christian classical philosophy and methodology of education. Over two hundred such schools are currently in operation and many more are in the process of coming on line. But, Regent Schools of the Carolinas will be unique -- the first regional system of schools to features a Christian Classical philosophy and methodology.
Regent Schools of the Carolinas, Inc. and Epiphany School of Charlotte admits students of all races, colors, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded, or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs.”
We are pleased to announce the opening of The Epiphany School of Charlotte for the 2010-2011 school year. The Epiphany School of Charlotte focuses on the unique needs of children ages 8-14 (grades 3-8) whose primary difficulties are with social and communication skills impedes learning.
Contact us Info@TheEpiphanySchool.com for more information. Who can benefit from The Epiphany School of Charlotte? Students who are high functioning and of average to above average intelligence and for whom traditional more conventional school settings have not been beneficial. No specific diagnosis is required to attend The Epiphany School. Oftentimes, Epiphany Students will have characteristics of or a diagnosis of one or more of the following but not limited to: Asperger’s Syndrome/High Functioning Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Learning Disabilities.
For more information, visit www.theepiphanyschool.com/
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Redeemer Pre-School is a multidenominational Christian school open to all 3 and 4 year olds. Our preparatory curriculum is based on Christian classical values and encourages a balance of play and academics. Our goal is to create children strong in character, with a life long love for learning, by enriching their intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual well being.
It is also the goal of Redeemer pre-school to encourage diversity and help a wide range of children benefit from our Christ centered community. Through the generous support of individuals and corporate sponsors, some financial aid is available to help families with the highest need offset a portion of the tuition.
For more information on Redeemer, click here. For admissions information, contact Debbie Bream, Director, at email@example.com or 704.392.2174 x811.
While not part of Regent Schools of the Carolinas, Trinity Episcopal School and Palisades Episcopal School, two of the most sought-after schools in the Charlotte region, were founded in part by members of the Regent Schools leadership team.
Trinity Episcopal School
Trinity opened its school doors in Charlotte’s Center City in August of 2000, and in June 2005, Trinity Episcopal School received its accreditation from the Southern Association of Independent Schools and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The school offers instruction from Kindergarten to Eighth Grade.
At Trinity Episcopal School, a strong academic program brings all members of the School community to a richer intellectual, spiritual, social, physical and aesthetic awareness through an interdisciplinary approach to instruction.
Palisades Episcopal School
Established in 2007, Palisades Episcopal School honors Christ and is committed to providing a classical education challenging the mind, body and spirit. The school offers instruction from Kindergarten to Sixth Grade.
The school’s temporary location is in the Village Center, future site of retail space within The Palisades. This 10,000 square foot facility offers classrooms, administrative offices and the "gymacafechapeltorium." This beautiful facility offers safe play and recreation areas for our children. This building is well-suited for Phase One of the school and future church. Palisades Episcopal will remain in this space until funds are raised to build Phase Two, located on Grand Palisades Parkway.
This middle school phase consists of a 12,800 square foot facility, and our future home will be located on the 32 acres of land donated by Rhein-Medall Communities. Our future home will include classrooms, a technology center, a library, administratives offices, a science lab, an art room and multi-purpose areas.