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Student Experience

Support Services

School Counseling

Regis Jesuit's School Counseling Office serves to promote, support and enhance student development in becoming young adults who are Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Loving, Religious and Committed to Doing Justice in the world—the profile of a Jesuit high school graduate at graduation. Each student is paired with a school counselor with whom they build a relationship with over their four years at Regis Jesuit. The counselors provide students academic, career and personal/social counseling in a variety of settings. Throughout a student's high school career, but especially during their junior and senior years, school counselors work in tandem with the College Counseling team to ensure each student is ready for the next step in their journey.  They achieve this by helping students learn to think critically, advocate for themselves and take responsibility for their actions and decisions. 
An attitude of openness, acceptance, honesty and compassion is the key to a good relationship between counselor and student.
The Learning Services Program at Regis Jesuit High School is designed to maintain the dignity and uniqueness of individuals with diagnosed learning differences.

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  • HSPT Extended Time Accommodations

    If your student typically takes tests at school with extended time, you may request this accommodation for the HSPT. You will need to provide documentation showing that the school your student is currently attending provides extended time.
    Acceptable documentation to verify that extended time accommodations are supported at the student’s current school include:
    • A formal learning or accommodation plan;
    • A school district IEP that includes extended time as an accommodation;
    • A 504 Plan; OR
    • Another type of school or district document stating your student receives extended time for tests.
    HSPT Extended Time documentation deadline:
    • Friday, November 15, 2024 (for December 7, 2024 test date)


      As part of the online application, parents must submit their student's most recent psychoeducational evaluation report completed by a school psychologist or private licensed psychologist. Evaluation reports should include a diagnosis, complete test results, and recommended school accommodations. The student's current school accommodation plan, IEP or 504 plan should also be submitted. NOTE: Please indicate Yes to the question asking if your student has an identified learning difference. This will allow you to upload documentation. Alternatively, you may email it directly to our Director of Learning Services, Christine Oliver

      Documentation Deadline: Friday, December 6, 2024 

      An evaluation report is considered current for three years. If a student is accepted and enrolls and the evaluation report will be out of date by the first day of the school year, plans should be made for re-evaluation by August 1, 2025.

      For additional information, please contact:
    Christine Oliver
    Director of Learning Services 
    303.269.8046 |

Learning Services Program

Our Learning Services Program supports students with specific learning differences so they may work toward their academic potential. These diagnosed learning differences include reading disorders, math disorders, disorders of written expression, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders and physical disabilities. Psychological disabilities, such as anxiety or depression, are addressed through the Counseling Office and sometimes through private counseling. Anxiety toward testing, while impactful, is not accommodated through the Learning Services Office. Students who are intrinsically motivated and committed to improving organizational, self-advocacy and communication skills are the most likely to be successful in the program. We provide limited classroom accommodations which include extra time on quizzes and exams, help with notetaking and preferential seating.

In order for students to access official accommodations, they must provide a comprehensive psychoeducational assessment conducted by a licensed psychologist within the last three years and commit to being re-evaluated when the current evaluations expire. This evaluation must include a statement of the specific learning difference and how it affects the student. A disability code as specified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV or V) is preferred. The evaluation should also include complete results from comprehensive cognitive testing, achievement testing, and other measures on which the diagnosis is based as well as recommended school accommodations for the student. For further information regarding the Learning Services Program, please contact the Director of Learning Services.

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    Christine Oliver 

    Director of Learning Services
    (303) 269-8046

Our Libraries

Each division has its own library that is maintained as a single-gender learning environment housing a computer lab/classroom, spaces for group projects and study and study carrels and reading areas for individual work. The staff is happy to assist with research projects using the resources available at Regis Jesuit or via other libraries or online resources. The libraries also provide print support to students and faculty and are the keepers of the school's archive.
The Mission of the RJHS Libraries
  • To serve our community in whatever capacity is needed, e.g. maker spaces for STEAM disciplines, community spaces for collaborative and independent learning, provide access to academic resources, prioritize diversity, teach research strategies, etc.
  • To foster critical thinking skills and teach students how to become lifelong learners.
  • To create discerning information consumers and responsible citizens in this digital age.
  • To celebrate intellectual freedom and nurture a love for reading!
  • To encourage empathy with all people by providing access to reading materials that represent diverse perspectives.

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  • Stephen A Finn (Boys) Library Hours

    Monday-Friday 7:30 am-4:00 pm

    For late start, early release or other special schedules, the hours will be posted at each library, in school announcements and on social media.
  • Kessler Family (Girls) Library Hours

    Monday-Friday 7:30 am-4:00 pm

    For late start, early release or other special schedules, the hours will be posted at each library, in school announcements and on social media.
  • School Archives

    Each library has cataloged physical items reflecting the traditions and history of Regis Jesuit's more than 140 years. Many of these items have also been digitized and can be reviewed online.

    • Yearbooks
    • Alumni Kits
      Great for class reunions! Each kit contains a collection of items from a specific school year.
    Pictures arranged by year, activity, sport and Boys or Girls Division when applicable.
    Notice a photo that is unlabeled or mislabeled? If you know the correct information, please contact us and let us know!

    To contribute items to the Regis Jesuit Archives, find items for a project, borrow items for class reunions or view items in our collections, please contact the library.
  • Contact the Library

    Students, faculty, parents and alumni of Regis Jesuit are welcome to take advantage of all the resources our libraries have to offer. 
    Contact the Library

Nurse's Offices

To ensure the health and safety of our students, each division has its own Nurse's Office staffed on school days by a registered nurse who is supported by parent volunteers with medical experience or backgrounds. The Nurse's Offices provide care for sick students, support those with ongoing medical conditions such as severe allergies, epilepsy or diabetes and partner with our coaches and athletic trainers to care for students recovering from athletic injuries including concussions.

Food Service Program

Regis Jesuit partners with Flik Independent School Dining (FISD) to provide our school food service program. They manage the operations of both cafeterias and the Steele Center Café, as well as provide catering services for school events. The food offered accommodates those who follow restricted diets, e.g. vegetarian or gluten-free, and Flik will work with parents to help create plans for students with food sensitivities or allergies.

Aligning with Regis Jesuit's overall commitment to environmental sustainability and community health and wellness, Flik has a strong commitment to sustainability, healthy cooking from scratch and using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible to bring the highest quality food to our program. 

Regis Jesuit High School

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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