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Regis Jesuit High School

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Regis Jesuit High School
Regis Jesuit.png
Address
6300/6400 South Lewiston Way

Aurora, Colorado 80016, USA
Coordinates39°36′0″N 104°47′58″W / 39.60000°N 104.79944°W / 39.60000; -104.79944
Information
TypePrivate, co-institutional
Jesuit, Catholic
MottoAd Maiorem Dei Gloriam
For the Greater Glory of God
Established1877; 143 years ago (1877)
PresidentDavid Card[1]
PrincipalAlan Carruthers (Boys)
Gretchen Kessler (Girls)
Grades912
GenderCoinstitutional
Enrollment1,700: 950 boys,750 girls
Average class size20
CampusSuburban, 291 acres
Color(s)Red and White         
Athletics conferenceCHSAA, AAAAA, Continental
MascotRaiders
AccreditationNorth Central Association[2]
Budget$17.4 million
Tuition$16,225
Dean of StudentsMike Doherty (Boys)
Kelli Lotito (Girls)
Director of AdmissionsPaul Muller (Boys)
Patricia Long (Girls)
Athletic DirectorKelly Doherty (Boys)
John Koslosky (Girls)
Website

Regis Jesuit High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school located in Aurora, Colorado, and administered by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Founded in 1877, the high school shares much of its history with its counterpart Regis University in neighboring Denver, Colorado.

Regis is the Jesuits' only co-institutional high school in the U.S.A. (as opposed to co-educational), meaning that the school is split into two single-gender divisions.[3] The school is a member of the Jesuit Secondary Education Association[4] and is operated by the Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus, independent of and with the blessing of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Denver.

History

The school was founded by Italian Jesuits in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Another school was opened in Morrison, Colorado, seven years later.[5] In 1888, the two schools were merged and renamed for St. John Francis Regis to become Regis College, located on 52nd and Lowell Streets in Denver, Colorado. In 1921, the school was formally split into Regis High School and Regis College (now Regis University). The high school and University co-existed on the campus in Denver and shared facilities until a separate building was built on campus for the high school in 1984. In 1989, a parcel of land near Parker and Arapahoe Roads in Aurora was donated to the school. That area is now called the Campbell Campus, and it houses both the Girls and Boys Divisions. In 2016 Regis appointed David Card as president, the first layperson to hold that position.[6][7]

Introduction of the Girls Division

Originally a school for boys, in August 2003 the first class of girls was enrolled in what became known as the Girls Division, with the original boys school theretofore referred to as the Boys Division. In August 2004 the Boys Division moved into its new building on the Campbell Campus and the Girls Division moved into the refurbished boys building. Recently a Performing Arts Center was added in-between the two schools, creating a closer bridge between the divisions.[8]

Academics

It is possible for Regis Jesuit students to take college credit courses at the high school and earn up to 36 semester hours of college credit from Regis University or through the Advanced Placement Program. There are more than 15 AP classes offered each year.

Both divisions participate in the Jesuit Alum Service Corps program, hosting graduates of Jesuit schools who volunteer to teach for a year after graduation from college.[9]

Service

The requirements for the boys and girls divisions are quite similar.[10] The details below are a description of the boys' program.

Freshmen must complete 10 hours of documented service to parish, school, or other community on their own initiative. Sophomores complete 20 hours of service to the school and to non-profit organizations that serve the poor and marginalized. In both junior and senior years students spend 2 weeks (60 hours) in direct service with a single agency, and contribute an additional 25 hours of service to the poor and marginalized by October of their senior year.

The Capstone Seminar and Project finds seniors meeting in small groups throughout the year to reflect on their growth in accord with the Jesuit "Grad at Grad" criteria: open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice.[11] Also: "Each student will create a project to present in front of a panel of three faculty/staff. ... (to explain) how am I different because of my experiences at Regis Jesuit?"

In addition, the Service Department offers immersion experiences for the boys division to Belize and Guatemala and other trips where they advocate for social justice.[12] The girls division is offered immersion experiences to Belize, Nicaragua, and to the Gulf Coast.[10]

Athletics

As of 2016, Regis Jesuit had won 60 State Championships, with 48 for boys since 1988. The girls by their 13th year of existence had won 12 championships (including Spirit in 2010). This places Regis 6th in the state in number of State Championships.[13] In 2013 Sports Illustrated selected Regis as having the best high school athletics program in Colorado.[14]

Season Sport Number of Championships Year
Fall Cross Country, Boys 1 2009[13]
Golf, Boys 7 2016,[13] 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
Soccer, Boys 4 1996,[13] 1995, 1992, 1991
Winter Basketball, Boys 3 2011,[13] 2010, 2009[15]
Basketball, Girls 3 2014,[16] 2013, 2009[13]
Hockey 5 2018,[17] 2016,[18] 2012, 2009,[19] 2008[13]
Swimming, Girls 4 2014,[13] 2013,[20] 2011[21]
Spring Golf, Girls 4 2015,[13] 2014, 2012, 2010
Baseball 2 2011,[13] 1988[22]
Lacrosse, Boys 3 2016, 2014, 2011[23] [24]
Swimming, Boys 21 2014,[13] 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006,[25] 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1993, 1992
Tennis, Boys 3 2010,[13] 2000, 1991
Total 57

Former MLB Player Walt Weiss was the head coach for the baseball team before leaving to become the manager of the Colorado Rockies, one of his former teams.

Regis Jesuit Boys Hockey were USA Hockey High School National Champions in 2012 and 2015 and National Champion Runner-Up in 2013.

In football four members of the 2014 team accepted offers from Division I college teams.[26]

Notable alumni

See also

References

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  4. ^ Member schools of the JSEA
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  15. ^ MaxPrep Records. 1 January 2017.
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  18. ^ 2016 Hockey. Retrieved 23 March 2017.
  19. ^ "(AC) DENVER ,CO--FEBRUARY 28th 2009--Starting goalie for Regis Jesuit HighSchool, John Schubert, hoists the championship trophy after defeating Lewis-Palmer HighSchool in the State Ice Hockey Championship game at the World Arena in Colorado Springs Satu". Getty Images. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
  20. ^ "Missy Franklin, left, and Regis Jesuit HighSchool swimmers show emotion after the winning of 5A state Championship on February 9, 2013 at Edora Pool Ice Center in Fort Collins, Colorado". Getty Images. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
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  23. ^ 2011 Lacrosse championship. Retrieved 23 March 2017.
  24. ^ Lacrosse. Retrieved 23 March 2017.
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  26. ^ "Four from Regis Jesuit HighSchool make it official on National Signing Day – The Denver Post". Retrieved 2017-03-24.
  27. ^ "Missy Franklin, 16, turns heads in the pool with success at Charlotte Ultraswim". The Washington Post. 2011-05-15. Archived from the original on 2011-05-19. Retrieved 2011-05-19.
  28. ^ Swimming with Faith: The Missy Franklin Story. Grand Rapids: Zonderkidz. 2016. ISBN 9780310748540.
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