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Application Process

Freshman Applicants

The application process for incoming freshmen includes the following:
  • Experience RJ Days are optional but are a fun opportunity to learn more about life at RJHS. You can schedule your Experience RJ Day through your Online Admissions account.
  • Take the HSPT Entrance Exam on Saturday, December 7, 2024. Visit the Online Admissions Portal for more information and to register.
  • Complete the online application, (see below to start) including submission of eighth-grade teacher recommendation forms, official transcripts and standardized testing, by December 6, 2024*. All forms may be accessed through the online application.
  • Complete optional application for Financial Aid by December 6, 2024*. Learn more about our Financial Aid Program.
*If you are interested in admission for the 2024-25 school year, please contact the Admissions Office directly to learn more about our late application process.

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  • HSPT Extended Time Accommodations

    If your student typically takes tests at school with extended time, you may request this accommodation for the HSPT. You will need to provide documentation showing that the school your student is currently attending provides extended time.
    Acceptable documentation to verify that extended time accommodations are supported at the student’s current school include:
    • A formal learning or accommodation plan;
    • A school district IEP that includes extended time as an accommodation;
    • A 504 Plan; OR
    • Another type of school or district document stating your student receives extended time for tests.
    HSPT Extended Time documentation deadline:
    • Friday, November 15, 2024 (for December 7, 2024 test date)


      As part of the online application, parents must submit their student's most recent psychoeducational evaluation report completed by a school psychologist or private licensed psychologist. Evaluation reports should include a diagnosis, complete test results, and recommended school accommodations. The student's current school accommodation plan, IEP or 504 plan should also be submitted. NOTE: Please indicate Yes to the question asking if your student has an identified learning difference. This will allow you to upload documentation. Alternatively, you may email it directly to our Director of Learning Services, Christine Oliver

      Documentation Deadline: Friday, December 6, 2024 

      An evaluation report is considered current for three years. If a student is accepted and enrolls and the evaluation report will be out of date by the first day of the school year, plans should be made for re-evaluation by August 1, 2025.

      For additional information, please contact:
    Christine Oliver
    Director of Learning Services 
    303.269.8046 |

Transfer Applicants

Transfer Policy
Regis Jesuit will accept freshman, sophomore and junior transfers on a space-available basis. Decisions on transfer applicants will be based on previous merit, a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and the availability of space within the class. Regis Jesuit does not accept senior transfers unless they have completed three years at another Jesuit high school. 

The application process for transfer students includes the following:
  • Complete the online application along with submission of current year teacher recommendation forms, 2022-23 official transcript and current transcript as soon as possible.

International Applicants

International Student Policy
Regis Jesuit accepts applications for freshman and sophomore international students for admission at the beginning of the academic year. We do not accept international students mid-year. Decisions on international applicants will be based on English proficiency, previous academic merit, minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and the availability of space within the class. All international applicants will be interviewed by a member of the Regis Jesuit faculty. A member of the Admissions Committee will contact the applicant to schedule the interview. International students are expected to remain enrolled at Regis Jesuit for the duration of their high school careers, through graduation.

Regis Jesuit will process the I-20 paperwork for all international applicants after they have been accepted and are registered. It is the sole responsibility of the international applicant to schedule necessary appointments within their home country to obtain a student F1 visa.

The full year's tuition payment for international students must be received by July 1.

The application process for international students includes the following
  • Complete the online application, including submission of current-year teacher recommendations and official transcripts, by no later than December 8 for freshman applicants or May 1 for sophomore applicants.
  • Complete a personal interview with a member of the Regis Jesuit faculty. Applicants will be contacted directly to schedule an interview.

Meet the Team

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  • Photo of Paul Muller

    Paul Muller 

    Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8064
  • Photo of Alivian Jorgensen

    Alivian Jorgensen 

    Associate Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8164
  • Photo of María González

    María González 

    Assistant Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8177
  • Photo of Michelle Clock

    Michelle Clock 

    Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid
    (303) 269-8096
  • Photo of Sloane Crowe

    Sloane Crowe 

    Admissions Project Manager
    (303) 269-8064

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