Life After Regis
Regis graduates typically go on to attend the high school of their choice, the next important step in their journeys.
They have become business leaders, attorneys, scientists, military officers, members of clergy and Regis parents. But more important, through their Regis Experience, they develop a passion for learning and a foundation of moral character that serves them — and allows them to serve others — for a lifetime. Regardless of how they ultimately define success.
As our boys have flourished at Regis, we have seen them develop into engaged, collaborative learners who are well equipped to face the challenges of Houston’s academically challenging high schools. Regis’ focus on cultivating faithful young men who care for others and have a love for learning is the perfect recipe for developing leaders for the 21st century.alumni parent
Portrait of a Graduate
Through a unique mix of challenging academics and the values of a Sacred Heart education, Regis empowers students of all faiths to become lifelong scholars and authentic, compassionate leaders.
A Regis graduate has developed a personal and active faith in God. Through his time in personal reflection, religion classes, and morning prayer, a Regis boy has a solid foundation in his faith formation and has embarked upon his own spiritual journey.
A Regis graduate has a deep respect for intellectual values. He is academically well prepared for high school and beyond, takes responsibility for his learning, is a curious and critical thinker, and is a self-advocate with strong organizational skills.
A Regis graduate serves those in need, is socially aware of the necessity of helping others, has witnessed the impact of his service and is inspired to continue these acts of love.
A Regis graduate builds community as a Christian value. He is a leader and collaborator, serves as a mentor, and is self-aware, recognizing that his actions impact others in the community.
A Regis graduate is a young adolescent who understands the value of making good decisions and who has grown and matured in an atmosphere of wise freedom. He is respectful and is a gentleman whose character development sets him apart and positions him for success.
Regis supports families in multiple ways throughout the high school admissions process. In early September, the Middle School Division Head and Dean of Students meet with all parents to provide an overview of the high school admissions process including important deadlines and tips for success.
Regis did a great job in assisting my classmates and me throughout the high school application process. Not only were we better prepared for high school, but we all got into the school of our choice.
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