Serving Grades Pre-K through 5
Welcome to the Castle! We’re so glad you’re here!
Here at Regency Place our community is family. Established more than 50 years ago, Regency Place has been at the heart of learning for generations in our community. Our goal has always been and continues to be that our students feel safe and cared for, and that they strive for academic excellence and challenge themselves in and out of the classroom.
At Regency, our Knights are our everything. Our staff works tirelessly to make learning exciting and memorable. In the classroom, we want our students to develop strong work ethics, learn how to collaborate, be responsible citizens and feel successful daily. With clubs such as choir, strings and… we hope to develop well-rounded learners who find and fuel their passions. Whether your student is in a traditional classroom or part of our dual language program, they will be part of a diverse community of learners. Together, they will explore, study, and support one another on their quest to become life-long learners.
Today, our Knights take part in traditions, such as the Knighting ceremony, that our alumni, family and community members will tell you was a highlight of their elementary experience. We are so proud of all of our Knights and our Knight pride is always shining through! We love our students past, present and future and we mean it when we say, “Once a Knight, Always a Knight!”
At Regency Place, we provide a safe supportive environment to empower all students to be lifelong learners and ensure high levels of academic, social, and emotional growth.
Here at the Castle our main priority is to guide and prepare all students for a future that is college and career ready with endless possibilities. Our daily goal is to plant a love for learning in every student’s life through individualized and engaging experiences that encourage exploration, connection, reflection, communication, and application at school and in their everyday lives. We strive to move beyond the four walls of the classroom to serve not only academic needs, but social and emotional needs as well. All students are offered opportunities to collaborate in a safe environment with other peers. They also have the opportunity to showcase their leadership skills and express their gifts and talents by participating in after school clubs that incorporate cross-curricular subjects and more! At the end of the day, our students can say “I am proud to be a Regency Knight!”
Please take a few moments to become familiar with our Student Handbook and Code of Conduct. North East ISD schools foster a climate of equity and mutual respect for the rights of others. Students are expected to respect the rights and privileges of other students, teachers, and school employees.Read the Handbook
Our Programs & Affiliations
Welcome to the MacArthur Cluster in the North East Independent School District. As a Regency Place Elementary School student, your child will establish a passion, curiosity, and foundation for life-long learning while nurturing their social and emotional skills. Outside of the classroom, your child can embrace what they love or try something new through diverse clubs, programs and organizations.
Your child will discover even more opportunities at Garner and Driscoll Middle School. As their academic foundation expands in the classroom, their circle of friends and experiences will grow through new opportunities in Athletics, Fine Arts, Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, competitive UIL contests, and more.
At MacArthur High School, your child will excel academically and socially while embracing beloved Brahma traditions with memories that will last a lifetime. Your child has the freedom and support to pursue their passions in a variety of programs, organizations, and clubs – from Athletics to JROTC, Band, Dance, PALS, Photography, UIL, and much more. MacArthur is proud to be the only Dual Language high school in NEISD with thriving bilingual, bi-literate, and bicultural students. MacArthur is also home to NEISD’s unique magnet program MacUP. These future educators get a head start as a UTSA student and can graduate with more than 50 hours of college credit that goes toward their teaching degree.
There’s so much to discover in the MacArthur cluster. Thank you for choosing NEISD.