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Mission

Our Model & History

Discover Who We Are

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  • We are a Co-Divisional School

    Offering single-gender instruction with opportunities for students to pray, serve and socialize together, Regis Jesuit High School provides a rigorous college-prep curriculum with an innovative approach to learning that develops the entire person.
This educational approach along with all of the benefits of a single-gender environment prepares students to respond to the challenges facing the world with new and creative solutions.

Experience Our Campus

Our 82-acre campus houses a Boys Division building and a Girls Division building, each with a full-size gym, multi-media library and chapel. In addition to these buildings our campus offers the following shared facilities: nine athletic fields, six tennis courts, a field house and pool, college counseling center, a performing arts and student commons building—the Steele Center—with a theatre, music classrooms, communications center with broadcast studio, snack bar café and commons spaces for community gatherings. With our facilities and spacious grounds, many people think our campus has the feel of a small college.

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  • What is Co-Divisional Education?

    Regis Jesuit High School provides a single-gender educational experience by operating as two divisions—the Boys Division and the Girls Division. Each has its own leadership team with a division head and assistant division head who report to a single principal who oversees educational programming for the entire school. There are also several cross-divisional administrators helping to ensure that both academic and affective programming is delivered campus-wide with equity and efficacy for all students. As such Regis Jesuit is able to provide its students with the best of both worlds—a primarily single-gender academic environment inside the classroom with numerous opportunities for students to serve, pray, study and socialize together.

    Regis Jesuit prepares its students to excel in college and beyond by developing their abilities to think critically and succeed on their own. In addition, students have all of the advantages of co-educational interaction without the social pressures in the classroom. With the boys and girls in separate classrooms for the majority of their instruction, students have a choice of when and how they socialize during break times, at lunch and after the school day ends.
  • Our History

    Regis Jesuit High School traces its origins to Las Vegas College and was founded in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico by Jesuits from Naples, Italy. In 1884, the Jesuits opened a second school in Morrison, Colorado. Four years later, the Las Vegas and Morrison schools were merged in the College of the Sacred Heart—which later became Regis College and then Regis University—and moved to West 52nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard in northwest Denver.
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Girls Division

Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
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