At Regina, we base our philosophy on the person of Jesus Christ and the good news of salvation. We recognize the role of parents as the primary educators of their children and view our efforts as complementary. The development of the whole person is valued and promoted.


The Chapel is always accessible. Morning prayer, led by the Student Council President, becomes a source of grace and strength to carry on the work of the day. The Campus Minister plans and coordinates religious services and provides opportunities for additional spiritual and personal help. Liturgies are celebrated by a Class or by the entire student body to mark and celebrate special occasions and on Holy Days of Obligation. All are welcome to approach the table at Communion, instead of the Eucharist, non-Catholic students and guests are encouraged to receive a blessing so that we as a community may share in our call to be a community. We also offer low gluten Altar bread for members of our community who require it. The reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation is presented to the students during the year.

Under the direction and guidance of the Campus Minister, upperclassmen may become Peer Ministers and assist on retreats and other spiritual functions of the Campus Ministry program. Seniors, after a full-day training session, become Archdiocesan delegated Eucharistic Ministers, and served the Regina Community.


The extra-curricular offerings at Regina High School are numerous and diversified for students to explore hidden talents and interests and develop existing abilities that may not be fostered to the fullest in the academic curriculum alone. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in at least one extra-curricular offering. Activities are evaluated yearly and added or dropped from the program as the students' interest and participation indicate.

  • Food, clothing, toy, pop can, and blood drives
  • Thanksgiving food drive and prayer service
  • Reception of the Sacrament of reconciliation
  • Student Eucharistic and Peer Ministers
  • Prayer before team sports
  • School Chapel open to all students


The gift of conscience and its maturing process helps people become sensitive to God's purpose for life. We believe that the followers of Jesus Christ can change themselves and their world for the better. The Bible and Church traditions are two channels that can richly nourish the spiritual lives of the school community. This opportunity for growth is received mainly through prayer, study, reflection, worship, service, and good example.