Welcome to Regent Preparatory School
We are grateful for your interest in Regent Preparatory School. We are currently enjoying our sixteenth school year and continue to look to the future God has for the school, its students, and its families. The school’s original goals still stand at the forefront of our efforts, that is, to provide an academically challenging experience built upon a solid biblical foundation. The published mission statement is:
“to provide academically able students with a challenging educational experience designed to help them know, love, and practice that which is true, good, and excellent and to prepare them to live purposefully and intelligently in the service of God and man.”
Regent partners with parents to accomplish these goals, including them in the academic experience and in the student activities. In order to identify some of the priority aspects of the school for parents and prospective families, three words were chosen.
TRUTH: Students study all subject areas in light of God's truth.
TRADITION: Students appreciate the richness of western tradition that has shaped who we are today.
TRAINING: Students form excellent habits and are trained for a successful life in this world.
Regent is an interdenominational Christian school. Our motto Fidelis Veritati is translated, "faithful to the truth" and is a central objective in everything we do. The Regent education is rooted in the truth and authority of the Bible and acknowledges that God is evident in creation, sovereign through history, revealed in His Son, Jesus Christ, and intimately concerned with us as individuals.
Regent is an interdenominational Christian school. Our motto FidelisVeritati is translated, "faithful to the truth" and is a central objective in everything we do. The Regent education is rooted in the truth and authority of the Bible and acknowledges that God is evident in creation, sovereign through history, revealed in His Son, Jesus Christ, and intimately concerned with us as individuals.
Regent is committed to providing a classical education. We emphasize history from ancient times through the present, languages and culture studied in the light of Christianity, excellent classic literature, and the arts. Along with content, the classical education employs an approach known as the ‘trivium'. Information about the trivium is located under the Mission and Philosophy tab on our website. Please feel free to contact us at (918) 663-1002 with any questions you may have!
News & Announcements
The Varsity baseball team defeated Welch HS and Bluejacket HS in the District Tournament to advance to the Regionals. The boys will travel this week to Varnum HS for the Class B Regional Tournament. The Rams will play their first game vs. Fort Cobb-Broxton at 1pm on Thursday, 4/28. If they win, they will play again at 3pm. If they lose, they will play again at 5pm. It is a double elimination tournament. Full Bracket
Sports Physical Clinic - May 11th - By appointment only - Contact Mrs. Runnels
Abby Toler, sophomore, recently won the prestigious Princeton Book Award! Congrats Abby!
Congratulations to our Head Boys Basketball Coach, Kerwin Dees, for being name Tulsa World Coach of the Year!
Congratulations to Natalie Budd, Chrissy Mazzei and Emily Manring! These three girls will be advancing to state solo and ensemble in April!
Thank you for your interest in Regent. To learn more, please click here to view a brief video about our school.