As the parent of a current student, I can't say enough about Regina! The combination of a new and innovative curriculum centered on global leadership and a dedicated staff are exactly what is needed in today's world. The girls are encouraged to lead and become young women of integrity, service and responsibility and to make their own decisions. The size of the school allows the girls to try new things they may never have thought of or had the opportunity to explore. If you want a high school where your daughter MATTERS and is not just a number, Regina is the right place.
Regina gives students a million different ways to have fun. There's never a shortage of things to do, no matter what you're into; there are about 57 sports and clubs, 2 plays a year, and a musical, school choir and orchestra. The teachers are great, and have a very chummy, yet still respectful relationship with students. Everyone there is very comfortable, and the all-girls environment makes everybody focused on their education.
Regina has been a wonderful experience for both of my daughters, for different reasons. The schools small population makes access to teachers and administrators very easy. Regina's parent involvement is high, with most of us getting to know our kids friends parents early on. Both of my daughters transfered in sophmore year one unhappily, the other asking to. Both received a great academic program and the ability to play sports through senior year. Also because it's small if you have an artistic interest there is always room for you to express it. My younger daughter expressed interest in photograhy and now is a part of the yearbook staff merging her love of sports with photography by taking pictures for the yearbook of all the sporting events.
Regina is a school that allows your daughter to grow in so many different aspects, and although yes there are a little pricy, they have great programs to offer..and all with the catholic value behind them. So if your daughter is intered in a small environment, and quite low key regina is the school for her.
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