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FINANCIAL ACCESSIBILITY

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Regis Jesuit understands that all families make substantial sacrifices to send their children to our school. Families should not be discouraged from choosing Regis Jesuit because of the cost of tuition. Through the generosity of alumni, parents and friends, Regis Jesuit is able to make significant funds available to families who cannot afford to pay the full tuition. The school will make every effort to provide financial aid to help to meet the needs of those families.

Please reference https://www.regisjesuit.com/FinancialAid for additional information, deadlines and links to the online application for financial aid.

25%

of Regis Jesuit Students receive
some form of Financial Aid

*Regis Jesuit has dramatically increased financial resources dedicated to our Financial Aid program, resulting in an increase in the percentage of families receiving Financial Aid beginning with the class of 2020.

College Prep

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  • Counselors meet with students beginning in the freshman year to develop a four-year academic plan considering the students post-high school plans. The plan is revisited each year to make adjustments as needed.
  • Starting the end of their Sophomore year, students will meet with their counselors regularly. Individual and group meetings present opportunities for students to discuss their goals, progress in class and areas of concern. Throughout the students’ high school careers, counselors provide an ongoing source of social and academic support.
  • Beginning junior year, the counseling program emphasizes the college application process. The guidance our students receive throughout the college selection and application process contributes to their admission to some of the most selective colleges and universities across the country.
  • Counselors also help steer our students toward appropriate scholarship opportunities, resulting in Regis Jesuit graduates receiving awards totaling over 40 million dollars each year.
99%

of Regis Jesuit graduates go on to attend four-year colleges and universities.

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE JESUIT?

Founded in 1877, Regis Jesuit is rooted in the Jesuit tradition of education established nearly 500 years ago by St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus. Part of a network of nearly 60 Jesuit high schools and 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, our goal is to educate leaders of competence, conscience and compassion who strive to build a better world.

Regis Jesuit provides a Catholic, college preparatory education and fosters a Christ-centered community for formation and growth.The Regis Jesuit experience develops the spiritual, intellectual, social, aesthetic and physical abilities of students so they can become mature adults who will contribute their talents and skills to the welfare of their fellow human beings in the spirit of being Men and Women with and for Others.

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Co-Divisional education

Regis Jesuit High School provides a rigorous college-prep curriculum with an innovative approach to learning that develops the entire person. This educational approach along with all of the benefits of single-gender environment, prepares students to respond to the challenges facing the world with new and creative solutions.

As a result, Regis Jesuit is able to provide its students with the best of both worlds—single-gender academic environment geared towards the learning needs of our young men and women along with co-ed co-curricular and social opportunities.

Regis Jesuit’s innovative educational approach prepares its students to excel in college and beyond by developing students with critical minds and the ability to think and succeed on their own.


Student Life

Regis Jesuit encourages students to explore a vast array of interests through course offerings, clubs, athletics, social activities, fine and performing arts. Through these various opportunities, students meet a diverse group of students who accept them for who they are, develop friendships and interests that will last a lifetime.