Our Mission

Regina Caeli™ is a private, independent University-Style Hybrid® academy operating in the Catholic tradition. We offer accredited classical academic and extracurricular classes to Pre-K through 12th grade students utilizing a complete curriculum which is perfected for the hybrid model. Students attend classes by grade level on Mondays and Thursdays and follow the integrated curriculum at home during the remainder of the week. 

 

We are committed to faithful adherence to the Holy Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. 

 

Regina Caeli Academy is a response to the need for affordable, authentic, classical education taught in light of the Catholic tradition. We are open to all students regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, and ethnic origin.

Accreditation

  • REGINA CAELI™ is fully accredited with:
    • National Association of Private Catholic and Independent Schools (NAPCIS).
    • Georgia Accreditation Commission (GAC)
    • National Independent Study Accreditation Council (NISAC)
  • REGINA CAELI™ is a non-profit 501c(3) business designed to offer affordable educational support to families of all sizes. 

The Hybrid Educational Approach

REGINA CAELI™:

  • Provides the student an accredited diploma

  • Assists the parent in meeting deadlines

  • Provides accountability

  • Is affordable

  • Allows the child to be at home with mom or dad three days out of the week

  • Assists the parent in meeting attendance and testing requirements

  • At Regina Caeli Academy, tutors trained in the classical curriculum and Socratic method teach a full college classical preparatory curriculum. The balance of the week is taught in the home with lesson plans that are already prepared for the home lessons.

Student Membership Opportunities

St. Edith Stein Honor Society

Vision of Catholic Home Education and Formation

  • Parents and those who hold their place are bound by the obligation and enjoy the right of educating their children.
  • Catholic parents also have the duty and right of selecting those means and institutes by which, in light of local circumstances, they can better provide for the Catholic education of their children. (Can. 793, 1).

"Therefore you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength. Take to heart these words, which I enjoin on you today. Drill them into your children. Speak of them at home and abroad, whether you are busy or at rest." (Dt 6:5-7)