History of Regents School of Austin: Lessons Learned


by
Rod Gilbert June 26, 2014


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2014

ABSTRACT:

Hear the story of Regents School of Austin, one of the most prestigous and highly acclaimed classical schools in the U.S. From capital campaigns to building to staff development and board relations, Rod Gilbert will share the Regent's story and take questions and answers so that the lessons he learned are shared and make a difference for your school.


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Classical Education Learning


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Rod Gilbert
Rod Gilbert serves as the Head of School at Regents School of Austin. He was the Head of Upper School for four years, and then he became the Head of School seven years ago. Prior to his start at Regents, he was the founding Assistant Headmaster of Trinity Academy of Raleigh in North Carolina. He and Angie have two children at Regents School. When he is not working with Regents, you may find his family tending their Alpine dairy goats. They tend the goats, and enjoy delightful milk and cheese. In formal training he completed a B.S. in Economics and an M.Div. Currently he is completing requirements toward a Ph.D. in Education

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