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Parent Experience

Parents & Guardians

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  • The Power of Our Community

    Parents and guardians provide a vital part in the community of Regis Jesuit. Beyond their role as the primary educators of their children, they are active ambassadors of and contributors in bringing our mission to life.

    We have a variety of events, activities and other ways to involve parents and guardians in the life of the school beyond the classroom to enrich the overall experience of the family.

Michelle Clock, mother of Ethan ’18 and Miranda ’22

The more I have given to this community, the more I have gotten out of it. Getting involved at Regis Jesuit has made my experience with the school so much richer.

Profile of the Ignatian Parent

We invite our parents and guardians to understand the charisms of Jesuit formation and Ignatian spirituality that their students are learning by offering a series of evening sessions throughout the school year. The Profile of the Ignatian Parent program seeks to offer a deeper understanding of the Ignatian way of proceeding by exploring student formation, praying as a community and learning the process of effective communication in the family. Through the program, we also focus on topics of health and wellness, relationships and the type of freedom we desire for our students.

Raider Parent Association (RPA)


The Raider Parent Association (RPA) is a volunteer organization whose mission is to provide a welcoming, supportive and enjoyable environment for all parents/guardians of current and past Regis Jesuit students. RPA serves as the umbrella organization for all organized (non-athletic) parent groups at Regis Jesuit. All parents/guardians are automatic members of this vital association that focuses on offering social, spiritual and service opportunities. RPA events are primarily centered on building community, allowing parents/guardians to engage and encourage one another while supporting our students, faculty, administrators and the greater Regis Jesuit community.

Get Involved

Volunteering at Regis Jesuit is a way for parents, guardians, grandparents and alumni to enhance the experience for all students and enrich their own lives. Regardless of your schedule, we have a number of ways to get involved throughout the school year – from one-time special events to ongoing opportunities.
  • If you are a current parent at the school, please see the Parent Involvement resource tile in My RJ for current opportunities.
  • If you are an alum wanting to re-engage with your alma mater, visit the RJ Connect page, which aims to provide alumni with a wide variety of meaningful mentorship and networking opportunities, or contact our Alumni Relations team at
  • Others may reach out to the RPA Volunteer Coordinator who can connect you with the right group pending your interest in getting involved.

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  • Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

    Certain offices and events need help throughout the school year:
    • Admissions Office
    • Advancement Office
    • LARK Dinner-Auction Planning
    • Libraries
    • Raider Shop
  • One-Time Events

    There are numerous one-time events throughout the school year to fit every interest, skill set and level of involvement. Our one-time events occur annually unless noted otherwise.

    • Pig Roast - August
    • The Rudy Cup Golf Tournament - September
    • Faculty Pie Days - November
    • President's Reception - December
    • Faculty Christmas Cookie Day - December
    • SJFR Legacy Society Brunch & Blessing - April
    • LARK Dinner-Auction - April
    • Raider Legacy Breakfast - May
    • Teacher Appreciation Week - May

    • Q&A Night for New Raider Parents - September
    • Mother-Daughter Night - November
    • Grandparents Day - November
    • Prayer, Pizza, Ping-Pong, Poker Palooza (P6) - February
    • Mom Prom - February
    • Father-Daughter Dance - March

    • Back-to-School Mass & Breakfast - September
    • Fall Retreat - October
    • Lenten Day of Reflection - March

    • Service Day - November
    • Boys Hope Girls Hope Graduation Gift Collection - March 
  • Protecting God's Children Training

    To ensure the safety and security of our students, Regis Jesuit High School requires Protecting God’s Children training for all faculty, staff, coaches and volunteers who will be in direct contact with students. Protecting God's Children training sessions are held regularly throughout the school year to ensure that those who wish to begin volunteering can do so readily.

Learn More

Reach out to the RPA to learn more about how you can enrich your experience as an RJ parent.


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  • School-Support Events

    The RPA supports the school by offering volunteer support for events like Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences or sponsoring events that support the school's annual dinner-auction, LARK.
  • Service Events

    Our parents are called to live our motto of being Men and Women with and for Others too and so the RPA offers opportunities to serve those in need in our community, including providing volunteer help to Boys Hope Girls Hope and the Food Bank of the Rockies. The Gonzaga Circle of Support provides assistance to those in need within the RJ community.
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  • Social Events

    The RPA offers multiple opportunities throughout the school year to all parents to get to know each other better and build relationships that can last a lifetime.
  • Spiritual Events

    Opportunities for spiritual formation are important to the overall strength of our community. The RPA offers retreat and other opportunities for parents to deepen their faith life including two groups that meet regularly - Moms on a Spiritual Journey and Moms in Prayer.
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If you have any questions or are interested in getting involved with RPA, please email us.

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