Regina Luminis Academy (RLA), Berwyn, will host a Classical Night on Wednesday, Jan. 22 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Denise D’Attore, head of school, Regina Luminis Academy, Berwyn.

Denise D’Attore, head of school, welcomes parents to a discussion “What is Classical Education” featuring six faculty presenters who will guide participants through brief classes in grades three through high school.

  • Angela Quillen, a 2019 RLA graduate, will speak on “How has classical education prepared me for college?”
  • Miranda McClain will speak on “Demonstrating Folger Method of a Shakespeare Hamlet’s soliloquy.”
  • Joseph Lewis presents “Demonstrating Golden Age Greece, history assignment.”
  • Suzanne Richard will speak on “What is fix it grammar?”
  • Amy Re speaks on “Making the most out of literature.”
  • Ingrid Lijoi presents “What is the difference between classical study of math and STEM?”

RLA offers a classical liberal arts education in the Western tradition that is faithful to the authentic magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. It is located at 601 First Avenue, Berwyn, Chester County. Learn more at