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Admissions

Becoming a Raider

ADMISSIONS TOWN HALL

Learn more about the Raider experience and Regis Jesuit's innovative approach to education in our Virtual Admissions Town Hall. The event aired live on May 27, but you can watch it again in its entirety here.

Hear from current students and school leaders and get answers to frequently asked questions. Please feel free to share with family or friends who might be interested!

If we didn't answer your question, please email admissions@regisjesuit.com.

Regis Jesuit

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  • A Tradition of Excellence

    Each fall, we welcome more than 400 new students from all corners of the Metro Denver area to our diverse community rooted in the tradition of Jesuit education. Each student and family brings their unique experiences, gifts and perspectives to enrich our school community. During their four years, Raiders experience a journey of faith, scholarship, service and friendship that will impact them for a lifetime!
CORONAVIRUS: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 
Our response to the coronavirus and its impact on the admissions application process

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  • Are you still accepting transfer or ninth-grade applications?

    Yes. We are accepting applications for ninth, tenth and eleventh grade at this time. More information can be found HERE.
  • Are teacher recommendations still required?

    Yes. Teacher recommendations are required. Once you begin the online application, you will fill in the email addresses of the teachers you are requesting recommendations from. They will complete the recommendation online and you will be notified via email when it’s been submitted.
  • How do I request records since our school is currently closed?

    We don’t expect to receive official transcripts from school registrars at this time. If you have access to online records or report cards, you can submit those to us for review.  While we generally ask for families to submit official transcripts, we are currently accepting unofficial transcripts.
  • Will there be a makeup date for the Seventh-Grade Practice Entrance Exam?

    We are hoping to reschedule this event for August or September 2020. All registration fees will be applied to the new date. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled practice exam, you can apply your $20 fee to the eighth-grade Entrance Exam held on the first Saturday in December 2020.
  • When can we start our application for the 2021-22 school year?

    The application for the 2021-22 school year will be available on September 1, 2020. Important deadlines, tour and event dates and additional admissions information will be made available as we learn more about what the summer and fall will look like. However, we strongly recommend that you start an account now. This will ensure you’re in the loop for future communications.

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  • Will my student’s admissions application be impacted by online learning happening in the spring of 2020?

    We understand that students are in an unusual time right now. Many of your sons and daughters are adjusting to learning from home and encountering various challenges with that model. Please know that we will take that into consideration when reviewing their application. Furthermore, students will not be negatively impacted if their school has moved to a pass/fail system for the spring of 2020.
  • When can I sign my son or daughter up for a Shadow Day?

    Shadow Days will start in the fall of 2020, assuming normal school operations are in effect. Signups will be through your admissions checklist and you will be notified via email that Shadow Days are open. Please make sure you have an admission account started with us to ensure you are receiving emails with important information.
  • When can we schedule a campus tour?

    We will resume tours as soon as students return to campus. Most tours are held in conjunction with our Shadow Days, but you are always welcome to reach out for a personal tour of the campus.
  • How can I learn more about your Financial Aid program?

    More information about financial aid can be found HERE.  Families who are enrolled for the 2020-21 school year and need more information should reach out to Britt Davis.  Families who are applying for the 2021-22 school year will fill out a Financial Aid application at the same time as the admissions application.
  • Is someone available to talk with on the phone?

    Yes. You can email any of us and we will schedule a time to talk on the phone. See below for our contact information.
We invite you to learn more about the Raider experience.

Experience Raider Life

Explore our website, visit our campus, plan a Shadow Day and experience the distinct opportunity of a Jesuit education offered at Regis Jesuit.

Our Admissions Office staff is available to assist you with any of the items listed below or any other questions you have about the admissions process or Regis Jesuit, please contact us at any time.

AYUDA EN ESPAÑOL?

Si necesita ayuda en español, contactar a Maria Gonzalez: mgonzalez@regisjesuit.com | 303.269.8064

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What if we missed the application deadline?

    If the application or other deadlines have passed or for families with special circumstances, please contact the Admissions Office directly to learn more about our late application process.
  • Will my student fit in at Regis Jesuit?

    We are proud to boast a student body that is diverse in all areas. Please see the following pages for more specific information about our Diversity Program. You might also be interested to read about the wide variety of co-curricular clubs and organizations our student body supports. Finally, while RJHS is a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, we also welcome a wide variety of faith backgrounds to our campus.
  • My family doesn’t live near Regis Jesuit. How will my student get to school each day?

    We draw our student body from a very wide geographical area. Students come from as far north as Boulder and as far south as Castle Rock. Please see our Transportation page for more information about RJHS bus lines, RTD lines and carpooling opportunities.
  • Does Regis Jesuit accept students with learning differences?

    Yes. We offer a range of accommodations through our Learning Services Program, which  is designed to maintain the dignity and uniqueness of individuals with diagnosed learning differences. Programs in each division support students with specific learning disabilities, so they may work toward their academic potential. These diagnosed learning differences can include reading disorders, math disorders, disorders of written expression, ADHD, Autism and physical disabilities. Psychological disabilities, such as anxiety or depression, are supported through the Counseling Office and sometimes through private counseling. Anxiety toward testing, while impactful, is not accommodated through the Learning Services Office.

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  • How will Regis Jesuit impact my student’s college opportunities?

    The College Counseling Office at RJHS is here to work with students and families as they navigate school choice, the application process and finding and securing scholarships to help offset the cost of college.

Admissions Team

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    Paul Muller 

    Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8064
  • Photo of María González

    María González 

    Administrative Assistant for Admissions
    (303) 269-8064
  • Photo of Jennifer Gray

    Jennifer Gray 

    Assistant Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8177
  • Photo of Alivian Jorgensen

    Alivian Jorgensen 

    Assistant Director of Admissions
    (303) 269-8164
  • Photo of Britt Davis

    Britt Davis 

    Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid
    (303) 269-8096

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