Research has shown that boys learn differently than girls. A school that caters specifically to boys recognizes that young men have unique needs. For example, Regis teachers understand that the students need frequent movement and a hands-on approach. Our teachers continue to be trained in the best ways to meet the needs of young men.
Boys are exposed to activities that break down society’s stereotypes. Programs in a boys’ school nurture all areas of talent for young men. Regis students participate in art, athletics, choir, and other co-curricular activities suited to their individual gifts.
Teachers of boys understand the need to emphasize effective communication skills. Male faculty members provide models of appropriate behavior for our students. As a result, the young men of Regis learn to be gentlemen as well as scholars.
Young men in a boys’ school form strong bonds with their peers. In addition, multi-age level activities build a sense of community. This creates a foundation for Regis boys to forge life-long friendships beyond the classroom.