Welcome to Regina!
Because we know that choosing your child's school is one of the most important decisions that you will make, we are delighted that you are considering Regina. Anchoring all we do is the Catholic faith, which sets us apart from other schools and draws us together as a community. A challenging curriculum in a structured, student-centered environment allows Regina students to achieve at very high levels. Because our classes are smaller, our students can participate in everything--and they usually do!
Don't take our word for it. Visit our campus to find out for yourself what makes Regina a great choice for your child. Follow the links below to find out more:
Jr/Sr High Information
Why Choose a Catholic School?
Spiritual and Moral Values
Unique to Catholic schools is the opportunity to nurture spiritual and moral values within students. This occurs and is constantly reinforced not only in classes of religious instruction but throughout the curriculum and extracurriculars. The Gospel’s message is taught in our classrooms every day.
Catholic schools are renowned for academic excellence. Regina's standardized test scores consistently rank among the top schools in Johnson County and in the state.
Catholic schools exemplify the importance of living the message of the Gospels by helping others. All of our students participate in community service projects.
In a Catholic school, a child will be encouraged to further his or her education. The percentage of Catholic high school graduates nationwide who continue their education is approximately 98 percent. At Regina, that number has been 100 percent for several years.
Catholic school students enjoy the benefits of a broad selection of extracurricular activities and sports to develop community commitment, social skills and physical fitness. While 80 percent of Catholic school students nationwide participate in these activities, 95 percent of Regina students are involved in at least one activity, and most students participate in multiple activities.
Parental involvement is a critical part of Catholic schools. From Board of Education and Strategic Planning committees to home and school associations, to booster clubs and more, Catholic schools look to parents for leadership.
All of our teachers are state certified, prepared and eager to educate your children. Many hold advanced degrees.