Girls Division Clubs

Clubs in red below have their own club webpage.

  • Ambassadors
    Ambassadors and Jr Ambassadors provide our students with an opportunity to build relationships with prospective students/families and represent Regis Jesuit. Our members are responsible for assisting in events for future raiders, being shadow visit hosts, and being the faces of Regis Jesuit.
  • Anime
    The purpose of this club is to bring together those who love anime and Japanese culture, and to forge friendships based around a common love/obsession.
  • Arrupe
    The Arrupe Club offers students the opportunity to work with the poor and marginalized in our community.  Join our group for a chance to get your service hours in a fun environment, working alongside your sisters (and sometimes with the BD Arrupe Club), with such opportunities as tutoring, feeding the homeless, making meals for families with children in the hospital, and working with refugees and the elderly.
  • Cadre
    Regis Jesuit Cadre is a co-divisional organization of students who raise money through weekly collections from the Regis Jesuit community to help assist those in need around the world, and in our own community.
  • Campus Ministry
    This group assists with the spiritual life of the school which involves planning liturgies, reconciliation, and prayer. 
  • Classic British Literature Club
    Classical British literature club is a clubs for students who enjoy reading more difficult, older novels, ranging from Paradise Lost to Sherlock Holmes. We will read and discuss while bonding  over a shared love of British classics.
  • Chemistry Club
    This club is devoted to educating and informing scientific student on the possibilities that chemistry and its many fields provide.
  • Diversity Action Group
    The Diversity Action Group (DAG) is a student-centered club that provides a forum for students to discuss issues of importance to them and the greater school community. DAG students seek to both learn from and educate their peers about a range of diversity issues within the school and the world. Topics range and rotate between gender, race, socioeconomics, religion, stereotypes, bias, and current events both in our school and in the world. DAG aspires for inclusion and respect for others to extend beyond their DAG involvement into the wider community as members are actively involved in the community of Regis Jesuit through clubs, sports, music, student government and other areas of student life. DAG is a single divisional club in each division that works co-divisionally towards a common goal and mission especially when planning events including speakers, dialogues and conferences for both Divisions.
  • Espirit de Corps
    A senior club that fosters leadership and sisterhood. The club organizes several senior led and attended events. The members of Esprit de Corps learn how to become leaders by working together and developing ideas and events based on the opinions and ideas of the senior class. The club also sets a goal each year to raise money for the GD Senior class legacy scholarship.
  • Fiat
    This club will particiate in weekly meetings and daily prayer and work to help girls understand that living the Christian life is an everyday commitment and that we need one another to help the journey. We will explore different forms of prayer, be committed to learning and living out the teachings of the Catholic Church, and supporting our sisters as we strive for holiness.
  • French Cinema & Café Club
    This club is open to all students with an interest in Francophone culture and who would be interested in learning about cultural differences and similarities through cinema (with English subtitles).
  • French Honor Society
    This is a nationwide French Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Jr. Ambassadors
  • Link (application only)
    A group of students that help form a link between our school and our incoming students.
  • Math Honors (Mu Alpha Theta)
    This honor society is for women who perform mathematics with distinction.  They participate in mathematical competitions and organizes activities and events that spread enthusiasm for mathematics.  They also may be peer tutors for other women who are struggling with mathematical concepts.
  • National Honor Society
    This is a nationwide organization that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Random Acts of Kindness
    Students committed to performing random acts of kindness at RJHS and out within the community
  • Regis Christian Life Community (RCLC)
    Regis Christian Life Communities are small groups of students that are lead by seniors.  They meet on a regular basis and explore together where God is present in their life, all are welcome to join.
  • Sewing
    The sewing club offers opportunity for new and experienced seamstriss's to participate and practice sewing.
  • Students Aware of Destructive Decisions SADD
    Our goal is to provide girls with the best prevention tools possible to deal with issues such as underage drinking, drunk and drowsy driving and other destructive decisions by focusing on why they might make bad decisions in the first place.
  • Spanish Honor Society (application only)
    This is a nationwide Spanish Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Student Athletic Training
    Student Athletic Training club will offer young women the opportunity to learn more about a career in Athletic Training. Students will have the opportunity to assist the Certified Athletic Trainer in many different aspects of athletic injury management, as well as playing an integral role with our athletic teams.
  • Women in Health and Science
    This club is dedicated to increasing women's presence in STEM and medical careers. The WISH mission is to positively influence the knowledge base, interest, awareness, and attitudes of high school women regarding Science, Technology, Engineering & Health based career paths. Service includes meeting with elementary aged girls to increase their exposure to STEM. Leaderships roles will be available to students.Activities of club include service, journal discussions, field trips, guest speakers, real world problem solving, and interesting conversations.