Frequently Asked Questions

What is the maximum class size at Regis?

One of the strongest assets at Regis is our small class size, ensuring that all of our students will receive personal attention in their studies.

Our Maximum Class Sizes:

  • 10 boys per class at our 3-PreKindergarten level
  • 12 boys per class at our 4-PreKindergarten level
  • 14 boys per class at our Kindergarten level
  • 16 boys per class in grades one to eight

Where do Regis boys attend high school and college?

Regis boys go on to have great success in high school and beyond. Over the past five years, 45% of Regis graduates go to Strake Jesuit College Preparatory, 44% to St. Thomas High School, 7% to one of the following: Episcopal, Kinkaid, Pope John XXIII, or St. John's. The remaining 4% attend boarding schools or other institutions. View Life after Regis for a full list of high school and college attendance.

Do you have a birth date cut-off for grade placement?

Yes, applicants must reach the required age for their grade by September 1 of the applied-for school year.

  • 3 Pre-Kindergarten must be three years old by September 1
  • 4 Pre-Kindergarten must be four years old by September 1
  • Kindergarten must be five years old by September 1
  • First grade must be six years old by September 1

Does Regis offer financial assistance?

Yes. Please refer to our Tuition and Financial Assistance section. A Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) application is required and due March 1.

All admission decisions are made on a need-blind basis, meaning that the admission decision is made independently of the family’s request for financial assistance.

How much is tuition at Regis and what does it include?

When is the application deadline?

Applications are accepted beginning in the Fall and are due by February 1. Click the link to access our online application.

What is Regis’ philosophy on diversity?

We do require that all applicants be boys! Otherwise, Regis welcomes all qualified individuals from many diverse backgrounds. The Regis School does not discriminate in admissions or educational programs on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religion.

Is there a dress code?

Yes. Regis students have two required uniforms: a regular uniform for daily wear and a dress uniform for all Liturgies and other special occasions.

We feel that a dress code has a unifying effect within our student body. It is a way to encourage the feeling of being one community - all sharing similar goals, purposes, and even attire.

What are the school hours?

The Regis school day begins at 8:00 am for all students in all divisions.

Dismissal times vary by division:

  • Early Childhood students are dismissed at 3:00 pm
  • Lower School students are dismissed at 3:15 pm
  • Middle School students are dismissed at 3:30 pm

Do you offer before and after school care?

Yes, we offer a Morning Extended Day beginning at 7:00 am and Kidventure Finale After School program until 6:00 pm each school day. Pre-registration in Kidventure is required for every student in case it is needed. Please refer to Extended Day Programs for pricing and more information.

What is the current enrollment?

Currently, our enrollment is 272 boys with 42 boys in our Early Childhood division, 119 boys in our Lower School, and 111 boys in our Middle School.

Are there opportunities for Regis boys to interact with girls?

Yes. Throughout the year, we offer organized curricular, social, and service events with our sister school, Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart.

Does my family need to be Catholic to apply?

Regis accepts and welcomes families of all faith denominations. Approximately, one third of our students are not Catholic. As a Sacred Heart school, we encourage our students to understand the many world religions while still being expressly Catholic in our instruction and outlook.

What makes Regis a Sacred Heart school?

Sacred Heart schools are a network of independent Catholic schools guided by the global vision of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat. They all share in the educational mission of the Society, to promote and stimulate creative education, spirituality, and leadership.

Sacred Heart schools are not connected with any particular parish. Each school is organized independently and is run as a non-profit entity.

To learn more about the Sacred Heart philosophy of education and about the worldwide Network of Sacred Heart Schools, visit sofie.org, the website of the American Sacred Heart Schools or our Sacred Heart Schools section.

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