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Student Experience


A Passion for the Arts
Courses and co-curricular activities in the visual and performing arts offer students of all skill levels the opportunity to explore or discover their passion for the arts. Fine arts and media communications studies allow students to apply a variety of techniques in real world product-based experiences.
Discover the Arts

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  • Visual Arts

    Students learn to express themselves through a variety of mediums in fine arts courses. There are opportunities to use traditional materials like paints, pencils and pastels, along with those using computer-based graphic design software. Classes are available for those students who have never taken an art course, as well as those who wish to have the skillset expanded through two different AP Studio Art course offerings. Students can also exhibit their work in the annual Continental League Art Show.
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  • Theatre

    Regis Jesuit Theatre allows interested students a stage on which to shine, literally. There are also opportunities for students wanting to learn the technical aspects of stagecraft. There are both courses for aspiring actors and theatre technicians to work on their skills, as well as opportunities through productions staged by the Drama Club each semester. Students can also compete in the Colorado state thespian convention and qualify for national competition.
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  • Performing Arts

    The Performing Arts Program at Regis Jesuit is designed to offer courses to students of all levels of experience with and interest in vocal or instrumental music. There are introductory classes for budding singers and instrumentalists all the way up to an AP course in music theory and everything in between. Students have the opportunity to showcase what they have learned in performances each semester. Those desiring to do so are also supported in auditioning for the All-State music ensembles and/or participating in the Continental League Music Festival.
    View the Performing Arts End-of-Year Showcase

Upcoming Performances

Arts News

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    Congratulations to the 22 students who successfully auditioned and were selected to perform in the Continental League Honor Music Festival. These students will perform in a special concert at Boettcher Concert Hall on January 18, 2022. Excellent job, Raiders!
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    On November 8, Vox Lucis and the Canta Belles went on tour to Regis University, where they sang with and for the Regis University Choir and Concert Choir. It was an opportunity to meet new friends from a fellow Jesuit community and experience what it is like to rehearse collegiate repertoire with students who are majoring and minoring in music performance and education. The singers performed songs from the Broadway hit, Once,  along with selections by Kacey Musgraves, John Legend and One Republic. Special thanks to Clelyn Chapin and Regis University Choirs for hosting us for the day!  
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    On October 12, the members of both the Vox Lucis and Canta Belles choirs joined voices with the middle school students from neighboring Catholic elementary school, Most Precious Blood. Coordinated by RJ Performing Arts Teacher, Bernie Sauer '97 and MPB Assistant Principal Roxie Mountain-Weed, who also happens to be Mr. Sauer's mother-in-law, the student groups gathered for fun, laughter and, of course, music! Vox Lucis performed All of Me with Maysun Simonson '23 as soloist, while the Canta Belles sang their legacy number Homeward Bound featuring Carly Fischer '23 and Lucy Coughlon '23 as soloists and Gabby Chernoff '23 on piano. To end the festivities, the Most Precious Blood middle schoolers joined in singing What Do I Know? by Ed Sheeran. To the awe and admiration of the fifth-grade students, Soren Freund '22 sang a stellar rendition of the opening solo. It was a wonderful moment of music shared between two fellow school communities. We are grateful to Most Precious Blood for hosting this musical gathering, a time very much cherished and missed during the last year due to the pandemic.
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