On Thursday, January 21, fourth grade student Logan Clevenger represented Regis in the third–fifth grade Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Regional Spelling Bee held at St. Anne Catholic School. Logan finished sixth in the bee, placing ahead of 30+ other students from local Houston Catholic schools.
We are pleased to share with you our Annual Report for the 2019-2020 school year. Whether you are a member of our Board of Directors, a current or alumni parent, a member of our faculty and staff, a grandparent, alumni or friend of Regis, your generosity strengthens our mission to boys. Your openness to volunteer and participate in our community enables all of us to carry the Regis spirit beyond our campus gates.
The Feast of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne is celebrated each year on November 18 and commemorates the courage and prayerful determination of this Saint who is directly responsible for Sacred Heart education in North America.
Congratulations to all of our newly Knighted 4th grade students! In 4th grade, these boys are the leaders of our Lower School, and they set an example for all those younger than themselves. These Knights have learned to be courteous to all in the Regis community, and they have committed to living as scholars and gentlemen for years to come. Each of our 4th grade Knights stood up on Friday to pledge their fealty to the kingdom of Regis and to describe what they do in their personal lives to live out the Five Goals of the Sacred Heart as Regis Knights. Read through their pledges.