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610-269-3905

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Summer Hours:

Monday - Friday: 9:30 - 1:30

By Appointment only

601 First Avenue

Berwyn, PA 19312

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RLA is opening its Atrium for home~schooled children!

Beginning September 10th, Regina Luminis Academy is offering its excellent Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program to families who home-school. Two sessions will be offered once a week on Tuesdays throughout the school year: 

Level I: ages 3-6 will meet from 8:50 - 10:20 am

Level II: ages 6-9 will meet from 10:20 - 11:50 am

Our CGS Catechist is Mrs. Marybeth Brehany, who has taught CGS both at RLA and in her own parish. 
Cost is $175 per child for the entire year.

To register or for more information, please e-mail Mrs. Anamaria Hazel at mrshazel@reginaluminis.org or call
610-269-3905

Welcome to Regina Luminis Academy

at The Church of Saint Monica

Regina Luminis Academy is a fully accredited Catholic Classical academy located in Berwyn, PA at the Church of St. Monica,  and was founded to assist parents in the education and formation of their children by providing a classical liberal arts education in the Western tradition and faithful to the authentic Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

MOST REVEREND CHARLES J. CHAPUT, O.F.M. CAP.
ARCHBISHOP OF PHILADELPHIA
Extends Advent Blessing to Regina Academies 
Marian Consecration
At the beginning of every school year all at RLA prayerfully offer themselves in Total Consecration to Jesus, through Mary. The basic premise is simply that Jesus came into the world through Mary and that for us to always be assured of being close to Jesus, even closer than ever before, we consecrate our hearts to Mary.
Weekly Mass & Adoration
Our students and faculty participate in weekly mass and Adoration at St. Monica Church, on our shared campus. Everything RLA does remains focused on the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Educating the "whole person"
The aim of the Regina Luminis Academy curriculum is to educate the “whole person” by cultivating within the student the Theological Virtues of faith, hope, and charity; the Moral Virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance; and the Intellectual Virtues of knowledge, understanding, wisdom, right judgment, and counsel.
Catholic Classical Education
In keeping with the philosophy and theology that is the intellectual heritage of every Christian, Regina Luminis Academy seeks to carry on the living tradition of authentic Catholic classical education. Grounded in the seven liberal arts of the Trivium and Quadrivium, the Academy teaches its students how to think like the great thinkers that produced our civilization.
Twice Monthly Living Rosary
The Living Rosary involves the school community, body and mind, united in contemplating the mysteries of our salvation. Each faculty member and student forms a "bead" of the rosary chain, praying in turn out loud the Pater noster, the Ave Maria, and the Gloria Patri of which the rosary consists. This prayer encourages us all to continue reflecting upon these holy mysteries during the entire school day.
Promoting the Culture of Life
RLA fosters and promotes the Culture of Life! Our students participate in regular pro-life activities like silent prayer vigils outside of Planned Parenthood. In addition, students participate in works of service in the community.
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Regina Luminis Academy Mission Statement

Regina Luminis Academy is a private, independent school founded, with the help of God’s grace, to assist parents in the education and formation of their children by providing a classical liberal arts education faithful to the authentic Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

 

It is the mission of the Academy to promote and nurture the spiritual, intellectual, and physical growth and talents of its students through the time-tested classical liberal arts course of study.  Students study and learn in a wholesome and rigorous environment.  The Catholic faculty integrates authentic Magisterial teaching and Tradition of the Catholic Church throughout the curriculum. 

 

In partnership with their families, students are taught to be effective Catholic citizens and leaders.  They are taught to know, love, and serve God and neighbor, aware of their ultimate purpose in life – eternal happiness with God in Heaven. 

Twice Monthly Living Rosary

The Living Rosary involves the school community, body and mind, united in contemplating the mysteries of our salvation. Each faculty member and student forms a "bead" of the rosary chain, praying in turn out loud the Pater noster, the Ave Maria, and the Gloria Patri of which the rosary consists. This prayer encourages us all to continue reflecting upon these holy mysteries during the entire school day.