Support Regis High School
Regis is a non-profit Catholic high school that was originally built by a group of dedicated families from the surrounding area in 1963. As a school of choice, the organization is dependent upon community support in order to keep tuition affordable, update its facilities and enhance its programs.
The current five-year “Sharing our Faith, Shaping our Future” Capital Campaign is the largest fundraising effort to support Regis. The opportunities to give are limitless, and all gifts—whether time, talent or treasure—are needed and appreciated.
There are a number of ways to make a gift to Regis High School. One simple way to benefit Regis is to name the school in your will. Of course, you should consult your attorney about what is best for your own situation.
The annual Green & Gold Auction is the school’s major fundraising event that supports the operational budget and minimizes tuition increases, making it possible for us to charge less per student. Donations of time, talent and treasure are needed to pull off this grandiose event, held on the third Saturday in October.
The Regis Athletic Association (RAA) is a fundraising group dedicated to Regis athletics. That means lower tuition and no sports fees. The funds raised by RAA allow every student the chance to participate in sports without worrying about cost or having to “pay to play.”
For nearly 25 years, St. Mary Catholic School and Regis High School have collaborated in a joint effort called the “Annual Appeal.” The appeal letter is mailed with a donation envelope once a year, usually in the final quarter of the year, just before Christmas. The funds from this appeal are used to support the schools’ annual operating budgets and the growing need for tuition assistance.
The Regis High School Foundation is a group of volunteer board members who receive and administer charitable funds that benefit Regis. They conduct, supervise and assist in fundraising campaigns for Regis. Through the Foundation, you can make a donation to a named fund, leave a gift in memory or to honor someone, contribute to the capital campaign and/or support the school through planned giving options.