Regina High School - Detroit Catholic Schools

Regina High School

Request information | visit

Regina High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory school. As a single-gender school, we create a safe learning environment where students grow in self, ability, and purpose. Through our commitment to academic excellence, spiritual growth, and personal development, students expand their intellectual knowledge, form a closer relationship with God, and explore individual talents and interests. Self-assured and confident, Regina graduates are successful because they are prepared to respond to the challenges of today's world and empowered to be strong leaders in the global society of the future.

• 2022 Enrollment: 300+ (All-Female)
• Financial Aid Offered: Yes
• Financial Aid Deadline: Priority Deadline - January 6; After Priority Deadline- February 10, then rolling. Visit for more information.
• Scholarships offered: Yes
• Scholarship Deadline: Priority Deadline - January 6; After Priority Deadline- March 17, then rolling. Visit for more information.
• Admission Requirements: Online Application; High School Placement Test; Teacher Recommendation
• Application Deadline: January 6, then rolling

Alison Batt, Director of Admissions
[email protected]
• 586-585-0500 ext. 230

The Theology program at Regina High School merges intellectual, active, and intrapersonal elements of faith formation. Students at Regina become Christ for others through community service and outreach experiences that reinforce the value of our Christian mission. Frequent opportunities for personal prayer, communal worship, and meaningful retreats further nurture each student’s personal relationship with God. The spiritual foundation developed while at Regina provides an ethical framework for students' choices and actions as Franciscan stewards of all elements of God’s creation.

Regina offers a full range of college-prep courses designed to deepen curiosity, improve critical-thinking skills, inspire creativity, and appeal to a variety of student interests. Regina’s STEM program encourages students to develop and apply scientific and technological knowledge and skills across disciplines through inquiry and authentic engagement. Our rigorous curriculum includes 10 honors and 8 AP courses to further challenge students and prepare for them for the academic tasks of college. Online learning classes and dual college enrollment expand a student’s potential course choices.

Cross Country, Dance/Pom, Field Hockey, Golf, Swim/Dive, Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field

Book Club, Choral Ensemble, Connect4Cancer, Diversity Council, Drama Club, Eucharistic Ministry, Gardening Club, Liturgical Ministry, Media Production, National Honor Society, Peer Ministry, Regina Ambassadors, Regina Reporters, Robotics, Saddle Shop Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions, St. Clare Franciscan Society, Save the Animals Now from Devastation (STAND), Student Council, World Culture Club, Yearbook

Loading map...