Boys Division Clubs

Clubs in red below have their own club webpage.

  • Ambassador Society
    The Ambassador Society provides our students with an opportunity to build relationships with prospective students and represent Regis Jesuit. Our members are responsible for assisting in events for future raiders, being shadow visit hosts, and being the faces of Regis Jesuit.
  • American Chemistry Society
    Perform demonstrations otherwise not done in Chemistry Classes.
  • Anime Club
    The purpose of this club is to bring together those who enjoy anime and to forge relationships based around watching these shows.
  • Arrupe
    Arrupe Service Club regularly serves on Tuesday afternoons at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Wednesday afternoons at St. Francis Center Soup Kitchen in downtown Denver and tutors at the St Therese Elementary after school program.  Occasionally during the year we take on other special projects in the community.
  • Aviation Club
    The purpose of this club is to be introduced to and explore areas of aviation for possible career opportunities, interest, and fun.
  • Bowling
    During each semester, students form teams of two to compete against each other in league-style bowling.
  • CADRE
    Regis Jesuit CADRE is a codivisional organization of students who raise money through weekly collections from the Regis Jesuit community to help assist those in need around the world, and in our own community.
  • Cannonball Club
    The Cannonball Club is a group for young men interested in and committed to growing in prayer, their relationship with God, and Christian love and service. We meet weekly to pray together, discuss living according to the gospel, and share in good conversation. Throughout the year, we also have special Masses, service opportunities, and social events.
  • Card Playing Club
    All grade and interest levels are invited to participate.
  • Chess
    The chess club is always open during academic support and lunch for casual play in BD 165. Our instructional activities take place on Monday during academic support, Wednesday during lunch, and Friday after school.
  • Diversity Action Group
    The Diversity Action Group (DAG) is a student-centered club that provides a forum for students to discuss issues of importance to them and the greater school community. DAG students seek to both learn from and educate their peers about a range of diversity issues within the school and the world. Topics range and rotate between gender, race, socioeconomics, religion, stereotypes, bias and current events both in our school and in the world. DAG aspires for inclusion and respect for others to extend beyond their DAG involvement into the wider community as members are actively involved in the community of Regis Jesuit through clubs, sports, music, student government and other areas of student life. DAG is a single divisional club in each division that works co-divisionally towards a common goal and mission especially when planning events including speakers, dialogues and conferences for both Divisions.
  • French Honor Society (application only)
    This is a nationwide French Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Golf
    The golf club tries to get out weekly to play golf. The club is open to anyone who wants to give golf a try.
  • Indie Game Design
    This club will work together to create video games using the Unity 3D engine.
  • Intramurals
    This activity allows students to engage in a variety of sports and friendly competition by creating a team of students to participate in a single elimination tournament.
  • Investment
    The Investment Club, studies and invests in the Stock Market using real equities but play money. Students learn how to analyze and determine when to buy and sell a stock. The club participates at the DU Stock market Challenge in early November.
  • Link (application only)
    A group of students that help form a link between our school and our incoming students.
  • Long Boarding
    This recreational club that likes to get together and longboard.
  • Medical Career Explorations
    To inform medical students about the possible careers they can go into. Throughout the year we will have various speakers in different areas of expertise in the medical field to come and speak.
  • Mu Alpha Theta
    This honor society is for upper classmen who perform mathematics with distinction. They participate in mathematical competitions and organizes activities and events that spread enthusiasm for mathematics
  • National Honor Society (application only)
    This is a nationwide organization that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • National Spanish Honors Society
    This is a nationwide Spanish Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • RCLC (Regis Christian Life Community)
    Regis Christian Life Communities are small groups of students that are lead by seniors.  They meet on a regular basis and explore together where God is present in their life, all are welcome to join.
  • Regis Rable
    At the Regis Rabble, we write and publish satirical articles for the Regis Jesuit community to enjoy. Through this process, members will develop their own satirical writing and comedic skills.
  • RJ Sports Analytics
    The RJ Sports Analytics club is designed to help RJ sports teams and provide interesting and fun analytical articles. Club members analyze RJ teams and their opponents to provide useful information for the coaches. They also analyze fun, unconventional stats in pro sports and communicate them through articles in the school magazine.
  • Rowdies (application only)
    Ignatian Leaders who bring in the fun to games and to school.  Go bananas, head down to the river, and cheer on your fellow Raiders.
  • Scouts for Others
    Scouts for others is a club open to all Scouts attending Regis Jesuit who are interested in doing service projects that benefit the Regis community. The club will source, organize, and assist Scouts with Eagle projects and other projects that benefit our school.
  • Spikeball
    The goal of this club is to recreate and play Spike Ball. All are welcome to join in the fun “lawn” game. Come on out and get your spike on!