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News & Media

School News

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  • MISSY FRANKLIN JOHNSON '13 TO SPEAK AT CU DEPRESSION CENTER LUNCHEON

    Great Raider Missy Franklin Johnson ’13 will be the featured speaker at the annual luncheon of CU’s Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center on Thursday, October 28. This year’s luncheon is being presented virtually without a registration fee. She will share candidly about her journey with mental health. More information can be found on the Center's website. Missy was also recently appointed as a trustee to the Board of Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, after previously serving as the youngest ever member of the Laureus World Sports Academy and being named the youngest ever winner of the Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Award.
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  • REGIS JESUIT IS NOW A SOURCES OF STRENGTH SCHOOL

    Sources of Strength is an evidence-based program used in schools that employs a radically strength-based approach to suicide prevention. Turning the traditional practice of identifying risk factors and warning signs on its head, Sources of Strength focuses on developing protective factors, using a model that is innovative, interactive and radically strength-based. Using an active learning model, incorporating art, storytelling, small group sharing and games, Sources of Strength explores the eight protective factors, depicted in the wheel of strength, to develop resilient individuals and communities.  
    More than 65 students and 17 faculty and staff members at Regis Jesuit have been trained Sources of Strength. We are kicking off our programming with a Get the Word Out Campaign to educate the RJ community as to what Sources of Strength is, how it can be incorporated into their daily lives and how to use the program to support one another by focusing on the eight Sources of Strength.
    To see more about the Get the Word Out Campaign, please follow rj_sourcesofstrength on Instagram.
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  • COURTNEY OAKES | THE SENTINEL

    STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FOR BOYS NO. 3 DOUBLES TENNIS TEAM

    Congratulations to the duo of KC Eckenhausen '25 and Liam McDonnell '23 who secured the No. 3 Doubles title at the 5A Boys State Tennis Tournament on October 16, 2021. Their win and a second-place finish by Conor Kaczmarczyk '22 at No. 1 Singles helped the Raiders come in fourth place as a team at the State Tournament. The loss in the final match was Kaczmarczyk's first of this season and only the third in his entire career at RJ - quite an accomplishment. Congratulations to the entire team and thank you for representing Regis Jesuit so well!
    Read coverage of the Doubles Championship in The Sentinel
    See full tournament results from The Sentinel
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School Publications | Student Media

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  • The Raider - Our Community Magazine

    The Raider is the magazine for the entire community of Regis Jesuit High School - alumni, parents, students and friends. The magazine is published once a year featuring stories about the school and what our alums are up to. The Raider is published in the summer.

    Comments, story ideas and submissions are welcome to communications@regisjesuit.com.
  • The President's Report - The Impact of Giving

    The President's Report - The Impact of Giving serves as Regis Jesuit's annual report and details the financial health of the school for the previous fiscal year. It is published annually in the late fall. The most recent issue can be found on the Donor Recognition page.
  • RJ Media - Our Student-Run Media Program

    RJ Media is Regis Jesuit's student-run media program under the guidance of adult advisers. Using a multi-media approach—print, photography and broadcast—they are committed to the best coverage of stories in the RJ community with an eye to reflecting the school’s culture and highlighting student issues. 

    Visit the RJ Media website, to see their coverage.
  • Raider Sports Network

    The Raider Sports Network is an affiliate program of RJ Media where students provide livestream coverage and color-commentary of RJ sporting events. Students are responsible for all aspects of the live broadcast including equipment set up, filming, commentating and trouble-shooting. 

    Watch live coverage and see archived broadcasts on the RJ Media Sports page.
Communications Office

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Charisse Broderick King

    Charisse Broderick King 

    Director of Communications
    (303) 269-8058
  • Photo of Emily Gerwick

    Emily Gerwick 

    Communications Coordinator | Program Manager | Head Cheer Coach
    (303) 269-8128
  • Photo of Katherine Haley

    Katherine Haley 

    Assistant Director of Communications
    (303) 269-8138
  • Photo of Traci Holinger

    Traci Holinger 

    Data & Software Administrator
    (303) 269-8006
  • Photo of Tina Schaaf

    Tina Schaaf 

    Communications Coordinator
    (303) 269-8068
The Communications Office at Regis Jesuit High School manages relationships with the media and the general public related to the brand and identity of the school. We have cataloged a comprehensive portfolio of logos and images representative of the school's visual identity and maintain a stylebook of communications standards to ensure consistency in written content coming from and referencing Regis Jesuit High School and its associated programs.

Outlined below are our policies, expectations and general standards regarding these areas. We appreciate efforts to adhere to these protocols standards when writing or reporting about Regis Jesuit High School.

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  • Primary Media Contact

    Please direct all inquiries to:
    CHARISSE BRODERICK KING
    Director of Communications
    cbroderickking@regisjesuit.com
    303.269.8058 work | 303.329.6481 mobile 
  • Student Interview Policy

    Regis Jesuit High School policy is not to allow media sources to interview, shoot video and/or photograph our students or use such materials in non-school publications or broadcasts without parental consent. To request consent, please contact the Director of Communications who will serve as the liaison between the requesting agency and parents involved.
  • Campus Access Policy

    Personnel with appropriate credentials from media organizations are welcomed to campus to cover athletic contests hosted by Regis Jesuit High School without special permission other than to present their credentials when requested by school or CHSAA officials. For any other reason, members of the media MUST request permission from the Director of Communications to come on to any portion of the Regis Jesuit campus prior to their visit. We are first and foremost a school, so request your respect for this policy so that we may maintain the integrity of our educational environment.
  • School Reference Standards

    GENERAL
    Regis Jesuit High School is one school with two divisions—a Boys Division and a Girls Division offering a primarily single-gender academic experience. We are not two separate schools. Rooted in the nearly 500-year-old tradition of Ignatian education around the world, we are the only Jesuit high school in the United States to operate with this innovative model that combines the advantages of single-gender instruction with opportunities for young men and women to serve, pray and socialize together. 

    SCHOOL NAME
    Referencing the school as Regis Jesuit High School on first mention and Regis Jesuit, RJ or RJHS in subsequent usage is the standard of our communication. We appreciate all references to the name of the school follow this standard and not to be referred to as just Regis or Regis High School.

    SCHOOL MASCOT
    In terms of mascot, we are the Regis Jesuit Raiders, RJ Raiders or simply, the Raiders. We ask that you refrain from using the phrase Red Raiders, in reference to our teams or student groups. We also do not refer to our girls teams as Lady Raiders or Raiderettes.
  • School Trademarks and Logo Usage

    Registered Trademarks
    Regis Jesuit®, the Crest and RJ logos are federally registered trademarks owned by Regis Jesuit High School. All rights reserved.

    Usage
    Regis Jesuit High School has reserved all rights to the use of our trademarks, school colors, mascot, mission statement, motto and all associated logos. These artifacts are intended for the strict use of Regis Jesuit only. Customary permissions to use the Regis Jesuit name, mascot name, school colors and the like are extended to the media offering coverage of the school and members of its community in news reporting. Anyone desiring to use any of the above for other purposes must have the expressed written consent of the Director of Communications, which may be requested at communications@regisjesuit.com or 303.269.8058.

    History of the RJ Sticker
    Learn more about our most recognizable logo—the hanging RJ.

Boys Division

Regis Jesuit High School

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.
Regis Jesuit®, the Crest and RJ logos are federally registered trademarks owned by Regis Jesuit High School. All rights reserved.