The Regis School of the Sacred Heart offers extended day programs for the convenience of parents and the benefit of students. Students may arrive on campus as early as 7:00 a.m. and remain until as late as 6:00 p.m. each school day.
Morning Extended Day
Morning Extended Day is a drop-in program, no pre-registration or appointment is required. You will be billed monthly for this service.
Regis faculty members supervise students during Morning Extended Day time.
Days: Monday – Friday during school year
Time: 7:00 to 7:30 a.m.
Cost: $5.00 per morning
Afternoon Extended Day
Afternoon extended care program at Regis is coordinated through iKids U After School Program. Pre-registration is encouraged for all students. Payment will be required only if program is used.
iKids U offers a variety of after-school opportunities onsite at Regis, including Stay & Play, Enrichment, and One on One services. Customize your child’s after-school schedule with part-time and full-time options!
Days: Regular school days during school year. Afternoon extended day is not offered on scheduled half days.
Time: 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Information/Registration: Registration forms may be submitted to iKids or the school’s front office. Please visit the website ikidsinc.com or contact iKids (713-665-5200 or email@example.com) for more information.
The Regis School provides its students with opportunities to explore interests, be part of a team, play, serve, and challenge themselves. Regis offers the following extracurricular activities to encourage well-rounded scholars and gentlemen.
- Cub Scouts
- HSPT/ISEE PREP
- Spanish for Spanish Speakers
- Student Council
At Regis, physical fitness and learning to work together as a team are important elements in the development of boys. After school athletics are offered to all 4 Pre-K through eighth grade students. Parent-coached soccer, basketball, and baseball competitive teams are offered for 4 Pre-K through fourth grade students. Middle school sports are coached by Regis physical education staff. Students may try out for spots on the Junior Varsity or Varsity soccer, basketball and rugby teams.
When: Wednesdays (7:00-7:45am) Check Calendar for Dates
Instructor: Ms. Tara Carnes
Class Dates: Each Wednesday unless otherwise instructed
Location: LS Music Room, Milestones
Total Amount: Free
Student Capacity: 25
Registration: Contact Ms. Tara Carnes at firstname.lastname@example.org
First through fourth grade students can look forward to great adventures while participating in fun activities in the Regis-sponsored Cub Scouts Pack 37. Being a Cub Scout means joining a worldwide youth movement that stands for time-honored Scouting values. As Cub Scouts, our students promise to always do their best and help others.
Den Leaders: Jessica Hinkie and Christian Hinkie
When: 1st Thursday of every month (3:30 – 5:00pm)
Total Amount: BSA, Mustang District Dues
Location: Library and Milestones Classrooms
Student Capacity: No limit
Registration: Email Jessica Hinkie or Christian Hinkie with questions and to enroll.
Fifth through eighth grade students plan, prepare, and present a spectacular hands-on math- and science-learning event for Regis families. The boys participate in all aspects of the event: planning, preparation, presentation, and clean up. During the event, the boys ensure that the experience is fun and meaningful for all.
Grades: 5th-8th (through MS Science)
Instructors: MS Science Teachers
Class Date: TBD by Instuctors
Total Amount: Free
Location: Student Life Center
Student Capacity: No limit
Ms. Christine Broadston and Ms. Pam Weikel have partnered together to help your son prepare to take the HSPT and/or ISEE entrance exams for high school. They will be splitting their time and rotating groups over a 3-hour period each session. This HSPT/ISEE prep program is OPTIONAL; it is not part of the 8th grade Regis curriculum. Ms. Weikel and Ms. Broadston have assigned a cost to the program highly competitive to similar programs in the area. Their passion and desire to dedicate their personal time for your student to succeed outweighs that of other “test companies”; not to mention the relationships they already have with your student. They understand the importance of your student’s success and they are dedicated to working with your son outside of school hours.
Grades: 8th graders only
Instructors: Ms. Pam Weikel & Ms. Christine Broadston
Cost: $720/student (Includes all materials)
For fifth through eighth grade students to compete in an academic competition setting against other middle school quiz bowl teams.
Leaders: Ms. Pam Weikel & Ms. Christine Broadston
When: Once a month Saturday competitions
Practice Days: Thursdays during lunch/recess in the STEAM Lab
Student Capacity: no limit
Questions: Contact Ms. Weikel or Ms. Broadston
Enhance your son’ s Spanish by reading books, writing compositions, speaking about a variety of topics, learning culture and acting out some plays and other fun activities.
Grade Levels: 3rd-8th
When: They will be split into two different groups with each group meeting once a week. The groups will meet on Mondays or Fridays from 3:30 to 4:15.
*If Mr.Ripoll is absent he will reschedule
Leader: Mr.Santiago Ripoll
Location: Mr.Ripoll’s classroom
Questions: Email Mr. Ripoll at email@example.com
Middle school students may participate in Student Council in order to understand the process of governance and to hone leadership skills. At the beginning of the school year, each homeroom elects a representative. The middle school student body elects officers from seventh and eighth grade candidates the previous spring. This allows the officers to attend a leadership camp during the summer. Student Council meets outside of class time, often during lunch, to organize social events and service and social awareness opportunities. The Student Council is mentored by middle school teachers.
Questions: Contact Mr. Mac McStravick at firstname.lastname@example.org