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Accepted Students

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  • Welcome Class of 2026!

 
 
DIGITAL NEW RAIDER YEARBOOK!
New Raiders who have registered to attend Regis Jesuit in the fall are invited to submit their photo and view the digital New Raider Yearbook to get to know the names and faces of their new classmates. Look for an email with instructions to submit your photo and access the digital yearbook. (restricted access for registered students only)

Next Steps

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  • NEW RAIDER WELCOME

    FEBRUARY 24 | 6:30-7:45 PM | GUY GIBBS '47 GYM (BOYS BUILDING)
    New Raiders from the Class of 2026 and their parents/guardians are invited to this special event to welcome new families to Regis Jesuit. Students will meet other future Raiders, as well as current RJ students, while parents/guardians can attend rotating informational sessions on a variety of topics. Families are invited to visit the Raider Shop in the Steele Center between 5:00-7:00 pm to shop for gear to celebrate your new Raider!
  • PROFICIENCY EXAMS

    MARCH 5 - BOYS DIVISION TRADITION HALL
    Please note that neither exam is mandatory. If your student plans to take one or both exams, please register below. If your student does not take a math or language proficiency exam, they will automatically be placed into the respective freshman-level class. 

    »REGISTER FOR PROFICIENCY EXAMS
  • NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    APRIL 4-14
    During New Student Registration, incoming families will complete their registration by submitting required online school forms, setting up their FACTS Tuition account and by requesting courses for the next school year. 

    On April 4, look for an email from Principal Jimmy Tricco with instructions for logging in to My RJ, our online web community for current families, to access the New Student Registration tile. Here you will find instructions on how to complete registration, access proficiency exam scores, learn more about classes available to freshmen and select courses for the 2022-23 school year.
  • PERFORMING ARTS AUDITIONS

    APRIL 4-14
    While there are many Performing Arts courses available to students of all grade levels, there are a few courses that require an audition. Students who wish to audition for Regis Jesuit Chorale (girls intermediate choir), Vox Lucis (boys advanced choir) or Jazz Band (boys and girls) will be able to submit a video recording online starting April 4. Please see the Performing Arts Courses and Audition Information for a full list of all courses offered in the Performing Arts Department as well as specific instructions and requirements for submitting an audition. Steps on how to submit an audition online will be provided on the New Student Registration tile in My RJ available on April 4.
  • CLASS OF 2026 'FIRST STEPS' NIGHT

    APRIL 11 | 4:30-6:30 PM | BOYS DIVISION TRADITION HALL 
    All incoming students from the Class of 2026 and their parents/guardians are invited to attend this event. Teachers, coaches, club moderators and others will be available to answer students' questions about course selection, athletics, summer programs and more! This is a wonderful opportunity for new students to take their first steps into the Regis Jesuit community by talking with teachers, learning about programs like music and theatre, signing up for activities and more. This is a drop-in event, so come at any time. We hope to see you there!
  • SCIENCE COURSE PLACEMENT APPEAL

    DUE BY MAY 1
    Incoming students are automatically placed in appropriate freshman Biology courses. If your student has been placed into Biology and wishes to be placed in Honors Biology, please submit the appeal form by May 1.

    »SUBMIT A SCIENCE PLACEMENT APPEAL
  • RAIDERQUEST ONLINE COURSE

    SUMMER 2022
    All incoming students will complete RaiderQuest, a required ONLINE ONLY summer training course designed to orient new students and teach the skills they will need to succeed with technology at Regis Jesuit. This course will begin when you receive your Surface Pro X laptop. More information to come!

Contact Us

Ayuda en Español?
Contactar a Carmen Quintanilla a cquintanilla@regisjesuit.com | 303.269.8084

Proficiency Exam or Registration Questions?
Contact Assistant Principal for Academics, Ryan Williamson, at rwilliamson@regisjesuit.com | 303.269.8118

Support for Learning Differences

If your student receives additional formalized academic support at school and you are interested in finding out more about our Learning Services programs, please reference our Learning Services Program Overview. If you have documentation to share at this time, including school accommodation plans, 504 plans or IEPs, please review the Accommodation Policy and contact Learning Services program coordinators: Tami Hogan (Boys); Christine Oliver (Girls).

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition for the 2022-23 school year is $21,850 for incoming freshmen. This includes your student’s tuition, books, retreats and other academically related fees as well as a graphing calculator and a new Microsoft Surface Pro X laptop. You have the option to enroll in a payment plan for two or ten payments if you wish. More information about payment plans and the laptop will be provided in April. 

We are committed to the financial accessibility of Regis Jesuit
. Financial Aid applications were due December 3, 2021, for the incoming class of 2026. If you missed this deadline, please reach out to Britt Davis, Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid, to learn about options for financial aid.

Are you receiving our email?

We will be emailing our incoming families periodically with reminders about these 'Next Steps' between late February and mid-April. If you are not receiving these emails, please contact webmaster@regisjesuit.com to update your email address.

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